With over ten million animals entering shelters every year, it is undeniable there is an overpopulation problem. The worst part? Almost half of those animals are euthanized. Many of these dogs and cats are perfectly healthy, happy pets. So what's the problem?
Early spay and neuter could eventually eliminate the need to euthanize. That's where Animal Companion Rescue Foundation (ACRF) comes in. We are a relatively young organization that has taken a different approach to animal rescue from other groups. While many rescue groups start with an emergency need, we wanted to learn from others’ success and mistakes to lay a foundation that will provide long term solutions, not band-aids.
Since 2010, we have been focused on many facets of animal welfare, cumulating in the preservation of the lives of animals. We aide in placing pets in homes for those that are unable to do so. From armed forces pets being re-homed to loving families, to assisting the elderly with planning for their furry companion's future; we are here to prevent more pets from entering shelters.
It all starts with spaying and neutering at a young age to help prevent unplanned litters that end up as statistics in cages. It all starts with Animal Companion Rescue Foundation. It all starts here.Learn More About Us Here.