YOU Could Be a Volunteer for Robinson’s Rescue!
We're all about the fur babies and having a group like Robinson's Rescue in our area is such a blessing! But with that being said, Robinson's needs YOUR help!
The low cost spay/neuter services Robinson's Rescue provides for our area help to prevent unwanted dogs and cats ending up in area shelters and rescues. It's hard to believe that since Robinson's opened their doors in 2008 they've performed over 38,000 spay and neuter surgeries. As a result, intakes at area shelters have decreased 28% over the last four years. You can't argue with results like that, plus, I've used the service myself. They neutered both my sweet Mikey and Cam.
Robinson's Rescue needs help to get servicing our area and the pet population and they can't do the work they do without volunteers. That's why they're inviting interested people to attend a special Volunteer Information Session and Tour this Tuesday, February 23, 2016 from 3:00pm - 4:00pm. The event is held in conjunction with World Spay Day.
Volunteers can serve in a number of different areas and if you'd like to go, contact Kirsten Howard at Robinson's Rescue by calling (318) 221-0017 ext. 9 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's more about the mission of Robinson's Rescue from their website:
Robinson’s Rescue is a nonprofit organization located in Shreveport, Louisiana that works to reduce dog and cat overpopulation and euthanasia in our region by providing free and low cost spay and neuter services while maintaining high standards of medical treatment for their animal patients. The nonprofit seeks to accomplish its mission by facilitating low cost spay/neuter surgeries, inter-agency involvement and humane education outreach to the community. Since opening in 2008, Robinson’s Rescue has spayed/neutered approximately 37,000 local animals and prevented more than 1 million unwanted animals from overpopulating our community.