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Thursday, November 21

All Kennel and No Play Makes Pets Dull Boys (and Girls)

With no dog play yards or cats rooms, the pets at Lifeline Animal Project in Atlanta were getting a little bored waiting for their forever homes. That's why Rescue Rebuild built some fun for these pups and kitties!

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Wednesday, May 15

No Paw Left Behind

By Kimberly Spina, Rescue Rebuild […]

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Friday, April 19

One-way Ticket to Thailand

We went to Phuket, Thailand to rain-proof a shelter and help improve the welfare of dogs and cats in Asia!

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Tuesday, March 26

Let the Good Times Roll… and Run… and Climb

With the help of volunteers like you, Rescue Rebuild was able to give these New Orlean pets a better place to wait for their forever homes.

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Thursday, March 21

A Pop of Color, A New Fence, and a Lot of Happy Dogs

About 60 volunteers came out and joined Rescue Rebuild to upgrade a Tennesee shelter.

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Friday, March 1

Hope After Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017, and caused extensive damage to the entire island. Widespread power outages, food, and fuel shortages along with the already limited infrastructure on the island made for a slow recovery process. Rescue Rebuild was eager to help the animals of Puerto Rico, so we visited shelters throughout the island looking for a place where our volunteers could make a huge impact.

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Wednesday, February 20

Let the Dogs Stretch Their Legs!

Jersey City in December sounds like a fabulous idea, right? The good news is that the Rescue Rebuild team prepared for the worst weather possible. We bought body warmers and hand warmers, and luckily the weather was more tolerable than anticipated.

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Tuesday, February 12

400 Volunteers Helping Animals

There is a new idea that many dog parks are embracing, and we were able to make that happen at Christopher Columbus Park. While the existing dog park had a large dog and a small dog area, there is a substantial benefit to also having a space for lower energy dogs so that they don’t get overly anxious by the more rambunctious bunch. With it being such a sizeable park, we were able to divide the large dog park to then create this low energy section for the more old-timers and mellow fellows. Having so many volunteers, we were able to gravel the whole park to not only make it look nicer, but also make it more accessible when muddy and more manageable for the city to maintain. We also had time to build two new shade pavilions in the areas lacking shade and touched up the paint on the ones we built the year before. Making sure that all sections of the dog park have access to water, owners are now able to bring their dog to the park and have them com

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Tuesday, January 29

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

By Kimberly Spina, Rescue Rebuild […]

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Tuesday, January 22

Calling All Cat People!

The cats are probably most excited about their new door which leads outside. With a catio attached, they can go out in their screen-in area and feel the breeze, see the sun and watch all the birds and insects flying around nearby. Since Spring 2017, the shelter has found furever homes for 16 cats. Now that they have a proper catio and cat room, their cats will become more adoption ready at a faster pace, thus increasing their adoption numbers!

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