Meade Canine Rescue Foundation
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Stamp Out Sadness: Spay/Neuter

Just for You...

P.O. Box 252 - Creston, CA 93432 - 805.239.4004


Meade Canine Rescue Foundation recently received donations totaling nearly $31,000 for improving the welfare of senior and special needs dogs. Dr. Philip Rahbany, Charlestown, NH, donated $20,000 and Ida Fabrizio, Sacramento, CA, donated $10,000 for the new caretaker's cottage and attached cageless kennel nearing completion at the site. Author Val Silver, a resident of upstate New York donated proceeds of her new book "Rescue Me" to purchase a Williams Direct Vent Furnace being installed in the dog area.

Meade Canine Rescue also received a donation of $250 from Safeway to honor their employee Alisha Smithson with a Heart of Safeway Volunteers Award. Alisha, who volunteers at the rescue, designated the dogs of MCRF as her beneficiaries.  

Additionally, Valerie Friedman of Washington, CT, awarded $1,000 to the Nutmeg Spay/Neuter Clinic, Stratford, CT, to spay and neuter dogs rescued by Meade Canine Rescue East, which focuses on younger, more adoptable dogs from Connecticut pounds, New York City Animal Care and Control and Puerto Rico. 


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What do Yoda, Sammy, Winnie,  Aiko and Suzie Q have in common? They are all senior dogs who were adopted by loving people who tell their story of companionship, hope and healing in "Rescue Me." Get your copy and help support Meade Canine Rescue and homeless dogs.

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Meade Canine Rescue Foundation is a 501(c)3 that pulls death-row pound dogs for adoption and hospice. Because of the sheer numbers in serious danger, adopters are always needed. On the 12 acre ranch, owner-surrender seniors are considered and shelter dogs who have limited time are welcomed (dogs that are being killed only because there are too many dogs in a shelter).

California is our sanctuary for dogs with limitations as well as younger dogs lucky enough to make it Meade Canine Rescue Foundation while they look for new homes. On the East Coast, Meade Canine Rescue provides foster care for younger dogs headed for a premature end at a kill shelter.

Funding is through donations and adoption and surrender fees. All monies go directly to care of the dogs. The board and management is volunteer and self-supporting.

We welcome four-legged and two-legged visitors 365 days a year.