Karma Rescue dogs and cats rely on their human friends for food, housing, veterinary care, and help in finding their forever-homes. As a 501(c)(3), tax-deductible organization, we run completely off of charitable contributions. We have numerous funds that target specific causes within the dog rescue community.
Paws For Life is California’s first and only program in a high-security prison involving inmates serving life-term sentences. Where the paths of incarcerated humans and shelter dogs merge, there exists hope.
These much-needed contributions go directly towards the daily overhead of our organization: food for dogs and cats in foster care, boarding, veterinary bills, and transportation.
Become a monthly donor to Karma Rescue and ensure our ongoing success. Regular donations ensure that we can guarantee services on a longterm basis for our adoptable cats and dogs.
Karma has begun a special donor club to recognize all annual donors who give $250 or more each year. Not only will Club Karma members receive special benefits, they will have an even greater impact on the work we do each day.
We believe strongly that all animals should be spayed or neutered. This particular program helps combat animal-overpopulation and is responsible for “fixing” over 400 animals per year and that number keeps growing.
Our “Create Animal Allies” program addresses the pet overpopulation problem & teaches people of all ages how to be more responsible members of the animal community. Our “Reading Isn’t Ruff” literacy program helps children build reading skills by reading aloud to certified Therapy or CGC dogs.
Our outreach program brings support to dog and cat owners who are in need. Our volunteers bring food, help reinforce fences, build shelters, provide veterinary assistance, and educate owners who need help in hard times.
Veterinary and rehabilitation bills can often escalate for cats and dogs who suffer hardship at the hands of humans. We firmly believe that dogs and cats deserve a second chance at a happy life, and this fund helps make this happen.
Inspired by the memory of Nova, who passed away in October of 2012, this fund is dedicated to finding homes for the big things that come in small packages…
Helping provide dogs with rehabilitation and training.