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People who rescue animals can be reluctant to believe anyone deserves the furry creatures. Some rescue groups think potential owners shouldn’t have full-time jobs. Others reject families with children. Some rescuers think apartment dwelling is OK for humans but not for dogs, or object to a cat’s litter box being placed in a basement. Some say no to people who would let a dog run around the fenced backyard “unsupervised,” or allow a cat outside, ever.
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RESCUE is the last voice for dogs and cats who, through no fault of their own, find themselves awaiting an uncertain fate at our county Animal Control and Humane Society. Since 1995, we have operated with the philosophy that for every animal we place we will be back to rescue another precious dog or cat. To date, we have fulfilled that promise nearly 12,000 times.

While all of the cats and dogs presented on this site have stayed at Maricopa County pounds and Humane Society, they are now safe in our care. Being cared for by our dedicated, loving volunteers until their permanent loving homes can be found. These amazingly resilient and wonderful beings reside in the homes of our dedicated foster parents or with our boarding partners. RESCUE does not have a shelter.Here is the story of Ginny, The Dog Who Rescues Nearly 1000 Cats.
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