Angels Among Us Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity dedicated to saving dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in north Georgia. We operate through a network of volunteers and foster homes in the metro Atlanta area. Our efforts are funded by tax-deductible contributions from compassionate people and organizations who care and want to help make a difference... one pet at a time.
Our mission is two-fold:
1) To educate the public on the plight of animals that have found themselves in high kill shelters throughout Georgia and on the responsibilities involved with pet ownership, such as spay/neuter and heartworm prevention.
2) To save as many animals as we can from high kill shelters and to see each animal through from the actual rescue to the loving foster home and ultimately to the "forever" home they were meant to have.
Our intakes policy:
1) Stray animals. We do not accept stray animals into our program until they have been run through the local shelter in the county in which the animal was found. Once they have completed their required number of stray hold days per county rules, we may pull them and put them in our program but only with a signed agency transfer form from the county.
2) Owner surrenders. Owned animals that people want to turn in to us must have a medical history with the owner longer than 6 months and proof provided by a Veterinarian. If the animal is under 6 months of age, then we require proof of purchase or proof of adoption.
Other than owned animals that have proof of ownership, we only pull from county shelters with the proper transfer documentation.
Angels Among Us Pet Rescue is proud to show off our new music video: "Angels In The House", featuring our volunteers, fosters, leadership, supporters and followers! Put your dancing shoes on and join us as we "Rescue ONE Until There Are NONE"! Everyone can do SOMETHING and in animal rescue, it truly takes a village! Please WATCH, and SHARE the link to everyone as you help us spread the word about rescuing, fostering and adopting shelter pets in Georgia!