The Animal Aid Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps find rescued animals a loving home. The foundation provides rescued animal with proper and necessary medical treatments — including neutering/spaying, vaccines, and any other special medical attention the animal requires — to ensure that the adopting family receives the healthiest pet possible.
Before being adopted, rescued animals are fostered rather than crated, to better familiarize the animal with a caring home environment. Special training is also provided by the Animal Aid Foundation, to ensure the rescued animal is family-friendly and properly trained. The foundation will also assist if further training is required after a family adopts a pet.
The Animal Aid Foundation is a true 501(c)(3) organization — all money donated to the Animal Aid Foundation goes directly to the cause. No persons in the organization receives any funds as income.
For more information on the Animal Aid Foundation, adoption days, and all things related, please visit www.myanimalaid.org.