Over 6,000 animals died at Pima County Animal Care Center in 2013. This number could potentially be cut in half if rescues and foster homes were able to help.
Rescue groups are formed within our community to save these animals off “death-row” and to bring them into safety. To be able to do this effectively, rescues depend on “foster homes” during the transition from shelter animal to rescue animal to family animal.
The SAFeR Lifeline represents a critical link to enabling rescues to increase their number of animals that are saved, by connecting volunteers from the community as temporary “safe-houses” for these animals.
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