August 20th was “International Homeless Animals Day,” a day to spread awareness about pet overpopulation and to celebrate the work being done across the globe to rescue millions of animals. We therefore find it fitting to amplify the mission of Hopalong Animal Rescue
, a non-profit organization that rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes neglected and homeless animals. Hopalong Animal Rescue also provides homeless animals with proper medical care and spay/neutering services. They also extend animal advocacy education programs to animal lovers.
Hopalong Animal Rescue is unique in offering a Pet Survivor Program (PSP)
, a formal arrangement between Hopalong Animal Rescue and pet owners. The program aims to ensure that surviving animals have pet guardians and advocates if their owners should pass away or become incapacitated.
We extend a nod to Wendy Chao, Law Clerk at HK for introducing us to this Bay Area non-profit. Wendy volunteers at Hopalong Animal Rescue, assisting with administrative tasks and overseeing rescue cats. Thank you for your advocacy, Wendy, and thank you to Hopalong Animal Rescue for making a positive difference for animals in need.
Would you like to extend your support? You can become a pet foster parent! As a foster parent, anyone can help these animals feel safe, loved, and nurtured. If you are unable to foster, you may extend your support by donating directly to the shelter.
To learn more about how to get involved with Hopalong Animal Rescue, visit their website by clicking the link below.