It’s been an outstanding first year for Thrive Animal Rescue, and we’ve only just begun. Founded in April of 2014, what was once just an idea for Cece Bloum and Georgia Spogli has not only turned into a reality, but a thriving non-profit rescue organization.
Just 11 months in, Thrive Animal Rescue has placed nearly 100 dogs. We have been granted 501c3 status and are entirely donation based. We have a Forever Foster program for senior dogs and dogs needing long-term medical care and we have innovative educational programs in the works. We have cultivated a network of volunteers who give selflessly of their time and resources and most importantly, we have developed relationships with the people who work in the shelters; the people who go to work every day knowing that difficult choices will need to be made to make room for more homeless dogs. Because of the generosity of our Thrive supporters, we are able to act quickly and help save dogs who may otherwise not have
made it out.
The 2015 horse show season is upon us, and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone at our first adoption event at Blenheim Equisports. We have been successful in raising community awareness to the plight of homeless dogs.
Our goal is to spread the message that a large percentage of the dogs who wind up abandoned in a shelter are there through no fault of their own; dogs without behavioral or health issues, who are just waiting to be a part of someone’s family again. So please consider adoption. The life you save may be your own…
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