An animal dies every minute you don’t read this article

ANIMALS SICK, SAD AND SAVED FROM SLAUGHTER NEED YOU

Stuck in the Mud Animal Rescue is raising funds to cover medical expenses for a variety of animals either in their care or pet owners in the community needing support with their pets. 
Please help us help these animals. We/they, appreciate the support. 

We are Stuck in the Mud Animal Rescue/Services. We are located in Eastern Ontario Canada. We save animals from all over North America.

We primarily handle horses, cats and dogs. We involve ourselves a lot with community work regarding people and their pets. We have a vet fund that is accessible for any pet owner needing emergency help with their animal. The reason for this is that we can be of some assistance helping animals decrease in their suffering due to financial limitations for care, and to keep the animal from being surrendered to a pound due to lack of funds.

Terris with friend, Houston, a rescued slaughter horse from the U.S. through Stuck in the Mud Animal Rescue.
Terris with friend, Houston, a rescued slaughter horse from the U.S. through Stuck in the Mud Animal Rescue.

We support food banks with encouraging and donating pet food. 

We have a passion for saving horses from the slaughter pipeline. We save these animals from shipping to the Mexico and Canadian processing plants.

We also assist with abandoned animals. Last year our efforts supported several surrounding townships that had no animal control cat pick up services, and this effort resulted in dozens of cats being saved from the frigid winter cold and starvation, into loving homes. 

At present we are investigating the assisting of  dogs in high kill shelters finding responsible loving homes to avoid the risk of euthanization.

And, as always, our advocacy in the spaying and neutering of animals, to overcome the massive problem of pet overpopulation and backyard breeding.

With the help of our supporters, we have grown from this small family operation, to saving hundreds of animals, putting thousands of dollars into the community to help others with their animals and have had a positive impact on animal welfare issues close to our hearts.

We have been blessed to be featured in Woman’s World Magazine in 2015. We have been in national and local news including Global News, CTV News, The Toronto Star and local radio stations to name a few. All because of the support of  you, our supporters.

Why my advocacy is better than yoursHowever we cannot do this work without your continued support. It is the help that we get from the public that helps keep our doors open to receive the call  to give that aid in any capacity that we can.

Please support us to continue the work that we started years ago that was a project for two daughters at that time in their teens, who thought saving animals was one of the best ways they could use their talents, time and future training. 

We have gone from that little project to saving coming up in 2016 our 1000th being animal saved in the last 5 years. 

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your donations, kind words and encouragement. It means the world to us and to the animals. 

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Betty Jean Matthews

Betty Jean Matthews Mother, Humanitarian, Columnist, Founder and CEO of Stuck in The Mud Animal Rescue
Betty Jean Matthews
Mother, Humanitarian, Columnist, Founder and CEO of Stuck in The Mud Animal Rescue

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