expand our current animal rescue and create a 'Dogtown' within CanadaAngels Animal Rescue Society


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  • To provide a safe place for abandoned abused and neglected animals.
  • Build indoor facility to provide comfort & safety for rescues.
  • Provide veterinarian treatment.
  • To establish & maintain a well organized spay & neuter program.
  • To educate the public about the importance of spay & neuter.

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The greatness of a nation and its Moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.  ~ Mahatma Gandhi ~

Angels Animal Rescue has recognized an overwhelming need to provide a safe place for abused, abandoned and neglected animals.

Our most recent rescue was a dog named April Rain she was tied to her owners car and knowingly dragged for 3.1 km. Our investigation revealed Aprils long history of abuse by her owner.

Not all communities have an SPCA, therefore leaving those animals homeless, scared and having to endure abuse. For example BC has only 31 SPCA and approx 392 Cities.

Currently Angels is a 27 acre facility in the interior of BC. Hundreds of dogs have come to Angels and given a second chance.

Due to the cold winters in Canada, Angels is in desperate need of an indoor facility big enough to accommodate up to 50 dogs....

Community Benefit

Angel's Animal Rescue is located in an area that has no SPCA, therefore no help for abused, neglected and abandoned animals. AARS gives Merritt and its large surrounding area a peace of mind knowing that when abuse and neglect is witnessed that help is available. Our goal is to create a 'dogtown' within BC offering a safe place for animals that live in areas that do not have an organization to protect them. AARS has created a program within many schools that educate youngsters about the importance of spay & neutering and how to properly love & care for their pets. We've also developed a program for high risk teenagers. Abuse & neglect they've suffered at the hands of those they trusted is related to the suffering of animals that reside at our shelter. The program provides therapy for both parties & they learn together how to re-build trust & establish a caring relationship. We are in desperate need of this funding so that we may continue enhancing the lives of those that need us.

How will the $100K be used?

$ 50,000 indoor housing and rehabilitation centre
$ 25,000 spay and neuter program
$ 5,000 spay and neuter education
$ 20,000 veterinary expenses

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