WHAT WE DO
Saint Mutts Rescue has been actively helping the animals of the Southern United States and Antigua for many years. We are committed to protecting animals from cruelty and neglect and dedicated to giving them a better chance at life by rescuing, rehabilitating, spaying and neutering, fostering, providing food and medical care, and finally finding their forever homes. We are driven by our passion to protect and preserve animal welfare and safety, as well as general population management
We are constantly striving to make all of this possible to help more of the stray population on the beautiful island of Antigua as well as various cities across the southern United States. The more people get involved, the stronger we are.
Our rescue operations recover animals from substandard conditions, and gives abused, neglected, malnourished, and abandoned animals a chance to start over. This involves removal from an unhealthy environment, veterinary care, and integration into a foster home until the pet is ready to find his/her forever home.
The large majority of the loving families and forever homes we find for our rescues are in the northern states. We arrange and coordinate transport for all of these angels. This includes their flight and/or ground transport to the upper eastern United States.
By spaying or neutering your pet, not only are you helping to control the animal overpopulation crisis, which results in millions of healthy dogs and cats being euthanized, but your pet is guaranteed to live a longer, healthier life as this helps circumvent many heath and behavioral issues.
We foster animals not only to reduce overcrowding in shelters, but to give them a chance to live in a home. By fostering, we learn about the dog or cat’s personality, needs, training level, etc. which allows us to make as accurate a match as possible when it comes time to find a forever family.
Every year 8 to 12 million dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are euthanized because there are simply not enough homes for them. All of our rescues are in need of a second chance: lost, given up, or abandoned. By choosing to adopt, you are giving them a new life in a loving home.
Many of the animals that come into our care have suffered unimaginable hardship and mistreatment. Our goal is to educate our community on the proper treatment and care of animals.