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Join St. Rocco Foundation Two Wings of Action to End This Cruelty Case
Now More Than Ever
In the midst of the human tragedy that is the coronavirus and COVID-19 there is a parallel tragedy of animal shelters and the animals they are holding. Municipalities are running out of money. Sadly, and horrifically, their first resort is to euthanize animals being held in animal services. More than ever, fosters and donations are needed for the many rescue organizations located around the country trying to save local animals. Please reach out and help if you can. Rescue organizations often help volunteer foster homes with expenses and vetting. And any and all donations are helpful and appreciated.
Will you help?
St. Rocco Foundation is now pulling dogs who are slated to death from the high kill facility of Big Spring, Texas. There are other puppies and adults, just like these two which were rescued by us on 06 August 2018, who need our help. With your support, with change, hope and compassion, we can save more dogs. Will you help?
READ MORE SUCCESS STORIES OF DOGS RESCUED AND SAVED
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St Rocco Foundation's Newest Fosters!
Meet the newest St Rocco Foundation rescues from the high-kill shelter in Big Springs, Texas.
Erika, Ingrid and Mack are siblings and looking for their furever homes. Could it be you?
Happy 1st Birthday!
Happy 1st birthday to our six ex-parvo puppies, rescued from Big Spring, TX: Ruthie, Nella, Koda, Dresden, Rocco, Aleya and Luke - We love you!
St Rocco Foundation has a Dream of Change. It will take hundreds or thousands of voices speaking for the animals. Will you join us?
The first step is simply letting us know you care for the dogs. You can join here!
This was Elmo
This was Elmo. He was killed this week, just like hundreds (or more) of other dogs across the country every single day.
If it hurts to look, ask yourself why, but PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE HIM. Ignoring this mass injustice creates complacency, which is part of the problem. Don’t be part of the problem, help in any way you can! If you have space and time, consider opening your home to foster dogs and get them out of the kill shelters. If you have any money (everything counts!), consider donating to rescue organizations like @stroccofoundation. Anything helps, because they cannot help themselves. Please, think about how you can make a difference instead of looking away. #adoptdontshop #rescuessavelives #foster #rescue #endbsl
Rescue is First - Now... Adoption
In The News!
The Vikings 12 - the mother dog and her eleven puppies, rescued from a high-kill shelter in Texas - were featured on the news! KGW News, Portland, Oregon, featured the momma and her eleven puppies, now ten weeks old and almost ready for adoption. These adorable pups were scheduled for euthanasia!
Learn More and then Get Involved!
SRF is hoping to grow to become a wave of energy, a tsunami of sorts, which will tackle the daily massacre in a way which will provide the helpless dogs in all puppy mills, back yard breeders and high kill shelters across the nation a voice. A voice which will grow, eventually to become their political voice and free them from the civic capitalism theories labyrinth in which end they are locked, suffering beyond what words can describe and beyond what the heart can bare, produced and killed in the thousands. We need your help. Will you be the saviour of a dog in need? Will you foster ? Will you adopt? Will you follow our endeavors? Will you become part of our wave of energy?
We at St. Rocco Foundation are sad to share the news that Clarence the Frenchie, beloved French Bulldog companion to James and Lori Brown, social media star, friend to St Rocco Foundation and play pal to Masi, Cash, TJ, Molly, and Roscoe, has crossed the rainbow bridge. He will be missed by many. We have posted some words by James and Lori here.
It was an important night for St. Rocco Foundation, in New York City, last February.
Read more about the event in our STORIES section.
In attendance were notables
- Mr. Sal Albanese, candidate for the NYC mayor
- State Senator Michael Gianaris
- SRF Board Member Ethan Felder, Esq.
- And lastly, Anthony Rubio