The no-kill movement!

Margaret Mead once said, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. In fact, it's the only thing that ever has."

This is our mascot, Bosco. He was rescued by a no-kill shelter in Indianapolis in 2007. It took time, but Bosco is now in his forever home.

We at Rescue Me strive every day to share pups with you from a wide variety of shelters and rescues throughout the country. Our main focus is on sharing pups that are currently being cared for by No-Kill shelters, as we believe that those shelters that strive to rescue, rehabilitate, care for, and work diligently to find homes for the thousands, upon thousands of pups needing a furever home - and that those that have no-kill policies - should be congratulated, rewarded and featured for their efforts.

We support no-kill, we believe every pup should have an opportunity to find a home. To learn more about the no more homeless pets and the no-kill movement; as well as you how you can help please take the time to read these articles.

Dr. Craig Bestrup's Unintended Consequences.
Michael Mountain To Kill or Not To Kill?
Nathan Winograd No Kill Solutions