The Mission of One Love Animal Rescue is to rescue homeless animals, nurture them through foster care, and place them in permanent loving homes. We are passionate animal advocates who value the lives of these disadvantaged animals and recognize their enormous potential to be transformed into healthy and happy family pets. One Love promotes responsible pet ownership and encourages others in our community to be kind to all animals, to reduce pet overpopulation, and join us in our mission to improve the outcomes of homeless animals.
One Love has set up a specific fund for handling unexpected, catastrophic medical expenses of our foster dogs and newly adopted dogs.
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When One Love Co-founder, Dawn Hullings, was fostering with another group, she had a sweet and dearly-loved foster dog named Gemma. She was a throw-away momma rescued from a shelter in Philadelphia. Right after Dawn adopted Gemma to her friend, tragedy struck. It was just a few days later when their beloved girl, Gemma, suddenly got extremely sick. At an unknown, middle-of-the-night emergency hospital, they were both faced with a $5K vet bill if they wanted to proceed with trying to save her life. Because of the poor prognosis and the expense, they both had to make the heart-wrenching decision to put her to sleep. Both were devastated to lose sweet Gemma, and disappointed that they didn’t have access to an emergency fund that would give a dog like Gemma a chance. Moved by grief, Dawn created the Gemma Fund which is now part of her own rescue, One Love Animal Rescue. This fund was set up to assist with the cost of a medical emergency for a foster and/or a newly adopted dog. Through the fund, money is specifically set aside to assist with unexpected medical issues so that our pets can be given every possible chance to recover and live the life they deserve.
February 21st, 2015 -- St. Ann's Church, Browns Mills, 4 - 7 pm