Every day, too many dogs/cats enter shelters. And not all of them leave. Adopt, save a life, make room for another animal at a shelter to be adopted, and gain a best friend forever.
If you're looking for purpose, this is purpose calling.
Fostering a dog/cat is incredibly rewarding. You're freeing up a spot so rescues can help another doggy, and you're giving this animal desperately needed love, attention,
and a safe home environment.
CPR Fund is run by 100% volunteers.
We consistently need help with foster home visits, transports, administrative duties, vet visit assistance, foster training, marketing and design, and lots more!
You can choose to donate towards the care of one lucky dog/cat or multiple animals when you sponsor!
Your funds will help us with cost of your chosen
animal's vet care, adoption fees, food, and more.
We've saved the lives of over 2,000 dogs and cats (and even some farm animals too!), and donations are a vital part of our ability to do our work. Without the help of kind-hearted donors like you, it would be impossible to cover our costs.DONATE FUNDS OR SUPPLIES
One of an animal lover's most powerful tools is educating others about animal welfare and pet care including proper health, training, nutrition; and fostering, adoption, exposing myths, and more.TEACH KINDNESS
Since our inception 14 years ago, we have rescued over 2,000 animals who would've lost their lives to an unfair system. We promote community outreach and education, we navigate through all we do with empathy and kindness, and we're proud of our tenacity for saving animals from a cruel world that didn't give these pets a chance.
All of our rescues receive the best veterinary care available and are placed in loving foster homes until their forever families are found. While in foster care, CPR Fund's rescues are enriched through training, socialization, and manners. This regimen may seem a little too demanding for dogs/cats that are often scared, confused, and previously abused or neglected - but the reality is, all this training improves their confidence! And it makes the eventual transition to their forever home much less stressful for both the animal and owner.