Freedom is nothing else but a chance to be better. (Albert Camus)
Every rescued dog or cat is longing for a better life with a loving forever family. Please help give a wonderful animal their independence from the undeserved hardships of their past and consider fostering or adopting today!!
VISIT SOME OF OUR CATS AND KITTENS at
The Paws & Claws Pet Store 305 W. State St, Kennett Square, PA.
All these are playful and affectionate kittens & cats, good with other animals, vaccinated and (if old enough) spayed/neutered.
Kittens- orange tabby Zeus, white & tabby Murphy, tabby & white Masti
June Bug- talktative medium haired dilute tortishell adult
Mimi- affectionate lilac lynx point Siamese adult
AND we have more cats and kittens still in foster care, including
Graycie- sweet medium haired gray adult
Anna, Flynn & Elsa - black short-haired kittens
Giselle & Julliette- long-haired white and gray kittens
Jessie- spotted calico tabby, Joseph long-hair orange tabby
SlapJack- 1 1/2 year old big short-haired black cat, very timid at first but sweet and playful once he settles in.
Mary Anne & Mary Kate- beautiful calico girls, very timid at first, but playful and loving with those they trust
MEET & GREET
Meet & Greets are public events where people can come meet some of our available pets and speak to volunteers about adopting or volunteering. Please understand that we do not adopt out animals during these events. If you are interested in adopting, please see our ADOPTION INFO page, and complete an online application.
New Garden Growers' Market
Saturday, July 19th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
8943 Newport Gap Pike (Rt. 41)
Avondale, PA 19311
Every Sat. the market offers only the freshest, in season, fruits, vegetables, flowers, cheese, honey, mushrooms, & plants sold directly to the customer by local farmers. Each week there are also different community groups there (TreeTops is the 3rd Sat each month).
TreeTops Animal Rescue is a 501c3 nonprofit animal adoption organization in southeastern PA dedicated to placing shelter animals into caring, permanent homes. We do not have a shelter to visit - our volunteers foster these animals in our homes, which allows us to give you an accurate description of each animal's needs and personality.
Because they are in foster homes, we require an approved application before we arrange a private visit. Please read our adoption info page then complete an application. We also hold public Meet & Greet events monthly, however because we are all volunteer, not all animals will be present, so please email a few days before an event if you're interested in meeting a specific animal.
URGENT- VOLUNTEERS and FOSTER FAMILIES NEEDED!!
We provide all food, supplies, and vetting- You provide love, safety and protection for a needy animal.
The number of animals being euthanized at shelters is staggering - one southern shelter we work with took in 4000 animals last year and were only able to save 1500! We try to help these shelters by getting out as many as possible so the world will get a chance to meet them, love them, and appreciate them. We need homes for all our animals till they find their forever homes (usually 2 weeks to 2 months) and the more foster homes we have, the more animals we can save. If you can't foster, you can help drive one leg of a transport helping animals get from a shelter to a rescue or new home, or keep an animal overnight on their trip to safety. Or you can help out at events, processing applications, or posting on our Facebook page. It is a wonderful way to give back to our community through volunteering and doesn't take much, just an open heart and a warm shelter for these fur babies to be saved. For information on fostering or volunteering click here and for an Application click here. Or contact Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to discuss fostering or volunteering. Leave a phone number and she will be happy to call you!
Click here to see Happy Tails Pictures of our adopted dogs and cats!!
Our volunteer Megan, who organizes our Mummers & Mutts fundraiser, was featured on an internet blog-radio show. Listen to her interview here!
A POEM TO MY FOSTER DOG
By Diane Morgan
I am the bridge,
Between what was and what can be.
I am the pathway to a new life.
I am made of mush,
Because my heart melted when I saw you,
Matted and sore, limping, depressed
Lonely, unwanted, afraid to love.
For one little time you are mine.
I will feed you with my own hand.
I will love you with my whole heart.
I will make you whole.
I am made of steel.
Because when the time comes,
When you are well, and sleek,
when your eyes shine,
And your tail wags with joy
Then comes the hard part.
I will let you go-not without a tear,
But without a regret.
For you are safe forever--
A new dog needs me now.
Our mission is to rescue adoptable lost, abandoned, or surrendered animals; to supply needed care and medical attention including being spayed/neutered; to provide them with re-socialization in foster homes; and to place them in permanent adoptive homes where they will be loved and properly cared for.
At TreeTops Animal Rescue, we believe that all living creatures deserve to be treated with consideration and respect. All of our rescue animals will be treated as if they are family. All applicants, owners, and shelter personnel will be treated with common courtesy. And all volunteers and the staff of cooperating agencies or offices will be treated with full appreciation for their help.
TreeTops Animal Rescue is a participating Ambassador in the Rally to Rescue Program