Paw Print Hearts is a local animal rescue established in June of 2014 to help deal with the pet overpopulation problem in Hillsborough County and surrounding counties. Many people are unaware of what happens at their local county animal shelters. After a group of volunteers spent time there, they discovered the volume of wonderful dogs being left at the shelter for a host of reasons, some of which the poor owners had no control over, and some of which they did. These volunteers were closely watching good and healthy dogs die in high-kill animal shelters. They decided to do something about it and established Paw Print Hearts Animal Rescue. This group works on giving many of these dogs second chances at life. In the first two years, over 850 dogs were rescued and saved by these caring, dedicated volunteers. Due to our growth, Paw Print Hearts now needs additional good, dedicated volunteers to help us with this worthy cause. We cannot do it without our valuable volunteers! There are many aspects of our rescue, one of which is we work to raise funds for boarding, vetting, medical etc., for these animals that are at high risk of being killed. Our rescue usually saves them at the 11th hour; giving an opportunity to other Adopters or Rescues to take them.
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