In support of
Independent Animal Rescue
Crosby, a friendly orange kitten, who was rescued from a landfill. He found a great forever home!
Hi everyone! I've been a volunteer with Independent Animal Rescue for seven years. I've fostered kittens, trained new foster parents, volunteered at Petco, and photographed many of our gorgeous cats and dogs.
Independent Animal Rescue adopted out more than 400 cats and approximately 200 dogs in 2017, spayed or neutered about 1,500 feral cats and paid for the spay or neuter of more than 300 community-owned animals. The organization is 100% volunteer-run, and receives no government funding.
India, my first IAR foster kitty. She was rescued from a rural county shelter with her 4 tiny kittens. All found great homes!
This year, the Great Human Race, one of our biggest fundraisers of the year, will feature a 5K run and a 5K community walk on Saturday, March 24th in Durham. There are many ways you can help! IAR is looking for walkers, runners, fundraisers, and donors to help us achieve our fundraising goal of $30,000!
Please help save a life by donating today—no donation is too small!
IAR's volunteers work so hard to help the animals in need! Can you help me reach my fundraising goal?
Tea time with Jazz, a blind, FeLV+ kitty who was found wandering in a neighborhood. I adopted him and he had a short but incredibly happy life.