We specialize in all the other pets most rescues and shelters forget about. We take in exotics, birds, reptiles, fish, farm animals, furry critters, and many more that you are unable to keep or are unable to care for anymore. We find fitting and compassionate homes for each and every one of our animals and ensure that they have a long, happy, and safe life.
We are currently unable to house any pets temporarily due to lack of volunteers and fosters. We are now simply offering our services to advertise and network for you to find a new home for each animal ASAP. The second we find more fosters and volunteers willing to care and house exotic pets and farm animals we will reopen our services to shelter homeless animals. If you're interested in volunteering or fostering an animal, please contact us today! Thank you so much for your patience and understanding.
If you are looking to adopt, or are in need of a rescue to take in your pet, please fill out the form to the right and someone will get back with you within 24 hours.
If you are in need of adopting out your cat or dog we can offer contact information for the appropriate rescue that suits your needs.
*We have not gone through the process of becoming a non-profit organization yet, however we do not gain any profit from the Rescue. We work strictly with volunteers and any money donated goes directly to fund our future Sanctuary.
We are just a small organization trying to help out the community and the animals that live here any way that we can.
**Currently serving Kentucky and surrounding areas AND the KMC area in Germany. If you are interested in helping, fostering, or adopting please contact us at [email protected]
Amanda Whitford serves as our Treasurer. She is a Georgia native who lives in Germany with her husband and two beautiful rescued dogs, Opie and Molly. She graduated from Valdosta State University with a BBA in Accounting and later with her MBA. She is the Controller of a behavioral health and substance abuse hospital and is currently pursuing her CPA license. Amanda has volunteered as a member of her church's finance committee and also as a children'sSunday School teacher while living in Georgia. She loves helping animals find loving forever homes.