DONATIONS and FOSTERS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED NOW!
FORGOTTEN ANIMALS RESCUE, INC.
Around 90,000 animals are killed just in metro Atlanta's animal shelters, each year. It is estimated that well over 200,000 + animals are killed statewide in Georgia per year. Adoptable, loving animals that are unwanted, abandoned, abused and stray.
Forgotten Animals Rescue,Inc. is an organization in Atlanta that is dedicated to saving animals on death row in Georgia.
We are an all volunteer organization.
Often we are asked " What is death row"?
The majority are city and county animal control facilities that temporarily house unwanted, abused, neglected and stray animals. The animals that end up on death row have very little time to be rescued, fostered or adopted. Their days are limited. Injured animals and owner surrenders are the first to be killed. Most of the time stray animals are given 3 to 5 days before they are killed, to give owners a chance to claim them. If not claimed, adopted or rescued, then they too are killed.
Most animal control facilities do not want to kill these animals but have no choice due to over crowding. Many of them try their best to help these animals but are limited in resources to do so.
People and rescuers with very little resources other than their own time and money have combed the websites, arranged transports, paid for medical and boarding, fostered and found no-kill rescues for animals, from Georgia kill shelters. A countless number of dogs and cats are now safe and able to find forever homes due to this effort. But everyday urgent request for help come from city and county shelters here in Georgia who are about to kill these forgotten animals.
Forgotten Animals Rescue,Inc. is joining this effort to help city and county animal control units and other organizations save these deserving animals.
You can help us and the animals by:
Helping to spread the word about these forgotten animals
Adopting instead of buying
Please be a responsible and loving companion to your 4 legged pal by:
Supporting spay and neuter
Please don't breed
Using microchips and tags
Regular vet visits and vaccines
Keeping your pet safely contained
Lifetime commitment to your pet