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246,670 animals have been adopted on Rescue Me!

Letters below were sent to founder Jeff Gold from people helped by Rescue Me!



Sender: Trudi Jessup     Date: October 11, 2014 _
     Lola, a lovely, seven year old Bombay mix, wound up at the city, kill shelter. I volunteer there and have just discovered this wonderful website, having placed a Bengal almost instantly. Well, Lola went up, no photo no less, and poof! Adopted! This is so wonderful. This sweet girl really needed her new forever home. Thank you, Rescue Me.


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Sender: Matthew Mattison     Date: September 12, 2014 _
     Eve found an awesome home with a new owner who needed companionship. Rescue Me was great. You've done a wonderful thing for my family and Eve and her new owner as well.


Sender: Karen Gray     Date: February 22, 2014 _
     I posted Fiona, a little stray female kitten that showed up at my house. Last week I was contacted by a gentleman who wanted to adopted her, and luckily enough he was coming through my area. We met up and he fell in love with Fiona at first sight. There is no doubt this wonderful little girl is going to a great home. Thanks to the resources supplied by Resume Me!, Fiona was placed in a very loving home. Rescue Me!, thanks for all you do for all animals and animal lovers out there!


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Sender: Kjell Geosits     Date: February 15, 2013 _
     Flash was the only kitty of the bunch that was very skittish and going to be hard to place... being part of a feral family, she was the only one that did not become acclimated, which is odd, because her other siblings wanted to be in the house as much as possible (even though they were born feral and had no interactions with humans before, they all can't get enough attention and human interaction). Her best home is to be somewhere where there were kitties that would teach her the ropes of being around people, but also teach her the way of mousing. She is going to a great family who goes above and beyond and actually heats their barn for their barn kitties on their farm. She she will be able to have her freedom and have the company of other kitties. Eventually, she will come around, but she is happiest outside and able to come and go when she wants. Here she will get the attention she needs and still be able to have her freedom and on her terms. Love Rescue Me and I have started using it as a staple for my rescues and adoptions. Great responses and good people.


Sender: Kjell Geosits     Date: February 11, 2013 _
     Stubby was adopted out to a little boy for his birthday present, they drove over an hour to get him today. He is absolutely the happiest little kitty and will be treated like a king. Wonderful family he will be in.


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