"Recently I have fallen on difficult times. My Real Estate business is in the most precarious position of my twenty five year career. At the grocery store I would buy dog food, often at the sacrifice of my needs. This became overwhelming and it became apparent that I could not keep my beloved animals in the 'style in which they had become accustomed'.
At this point, facing the heartbreaking option of putting them back into the adoption mill, I reached out to Animal Compassion Network. To my pleasant surprise, they acknowledged my value as a caretaker and agreed to supplement the animals nourishment until I could resume on my own.
This was done with great sensitivity, allowing me to retain my dignity through out the process. I will be forever grateful for this assistance and choose them as my nonprofit recipient in the future.
"It may take a village to raise a child but I have seen first hand how it takes a great organization like yours to place a kitty in a forever home. I know to what lengths each of you went to help Frank become one of your many success stories. I cannot thank you enough, but I can let you know that I always shall remember what you did for him and continue to do for all of the other homeless kitties." Read Full Story »
Rehoming a pet through ACN
Do you need to find a new home for your own pet or a stray you have rescued? You can learn more about ACN’s Public Partner Program here. You can contact us through this web site or call 828-258-4820.
The phone line is staffed by volunteers and your call will be returned as soon as possible. If you do not get a return call within 48 hours, please call again.
Did you know?
90% of pet shops obtain their puppies from puppy mills. What is a puppy mill? Read more »
"By caring for a pet, you are likely a more sensitive and compassionate person, while your life has greater happiness. Like us, our pets also express their feelings of joy and sadness in life. They cherish our companionship, missing us when we leave, they show delight at our return home. I encourage you to share in the abundant love of cats and dogs by adopting rescued animals." -Andie MacDowell