Rescue Spotlight: No Paw Left Behind

Founded in 2006, No Paw Left Behind is a non-profit rescue group that consists of a network of over twenty foster homes. Located in Florida, this organization rescues pets of all types from across the state. The rescue pets come from shelters, owner surrenders, or are stray, abandoned or unwanted pets. No Paw Left Behind specializes in extreme cruelty cases, working to rehabilitate these animals physically and behaviorally. The rescued animals are placed into loving foster homes and provided with the medical care and treatment needed.

Looking to adopt? The No Paw Left Behind website features adoptable pets looking for a forever home, as well as an online adoption form. When you adopt from No Paw Left Behind, you actually help rescue two pets: the pet you adopt, and the pet who now gets to fill that space in foster care.

If you would like to help but can’t adopt a pet, No Paw Left Behind is always looking for volunteers to provide caring foster homes for pets in need. You can also volunteer to assist the rescue group in areas such as graphic design, event coordinator, item donation collector, and transport.

This organization gratefully accepts your tax-deductible monetary donation, or you can donate needed items from their Wish List such as pet food, pet toys, cleaning supplies, cages and crates. PetMeds was proud to help support this rescue with a donation of pet supplies.

About author

Abby Rosenberg

Abby Rosenberg is a PetMeds employee and long-time cat lover. She was a volunteer for several years at a local no-kill cats only rescue shelter. This has prepared her for her most challenging role to date: secretary, photographer, social coordinator and treat dispenser for Daisy, and Daisy’s sidekick Harley. Daisy is a dilute calico Devon Rex cat, and Harley is a “cow-cat” who was adopted from the shelter where Abby volunteered. You can also find Abby on Google+

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