GRR rescues dogs and cats who are homeless or suffering. We know we cannot save them all, but we will do whatever we can to save as many animals as we can. GRR works with several shelters and rescue groups in Delaware to pull animals.
It is always best to help keep pets in loving homes,so GRR tries to assist people of limited income in keeping their pets. However, when pets are neglected or treated with cruelty by owners, GRR tries to rescue the animals.
Chained Dogs: GRR believes that dogs belong in homes, not chained up outdoors 24/7. If owners are willing to surrender the dogs, GRR takes responsibility for them and places them in foster homes until adopted, as we did with Buddy (see photo above).
Outdoor Injured Cats/Orphaned Kittens: In Delaware, it is estimated that over 200,000 stray or feral cats who live outdoors. GRR supports leaving these cats outdoors rather than rounding them up to be taken to animal shelters. GRR rescues orphaned kittens who could be socialized and live as pets. In addition, GRR rescues outdoor cats who are injured or sick and can no longer live outside. We cannot help all of these cats, sadly, but we do what we can.