Urgent need, please see our wish list.
Welcome to the Compassioned Animal Rescue
and Education web site.
While we recognize we cannot rescue every
animal, we are committed to doing everything we can for the animals we do
Compassioned Animal Rescue and Education
(C.A.R.E.) is a foster home network dedicated to finding loving, permanent
homes for animals that are in need of rescue or adoption.
C.A.R.E. was formed specifically to be a
safety net for "ugly ducklings", the animals deemed un-adoptable by other
agencies and shelters. Over the years of working with many shelters, both
private and public, our founders realized that many animals were deemed
un-adoptable due to reasons that were correctable and temporary. Most times
these were lovely, wonderful animals who were at the lowest point of their
lives during the time of rescue, and their behavior, appearance and health
could not reasonably be expected to be normal.
C.A.R.E. was founded to educate all people
on the value of all animals; cute, ugly, ill, injured, old and young. We have
found that with rare exception, using natural foods, humane treatment, training
and behavior modification, in conjunction with a stable, loving foster home and
medical care, animals we rescue can become beloved companions. Their adopters
often cannot fathom these animals were once considered "un-adoptable" or
unworthy of living. C.A.R.E. animals are all spayed or neutered, current on
vaccinations, micro-chipped, and given any medical treatment needed before
being available for adoption.
Urgent, C.A.R.E., is in great need of your help. Please see our
wish list for ways that you
C.A.R.E. also assists people wishing to
re-home their own pets on a referral basis.
Because C.A.R.E. is a foster home network,
we are only able to handle a relatively small number of animals at a time and
rely heavily on donations and volunteers.
If you have any questions about C.A.R.E. or
any of our animals you can contact us by sending an email to,
by sending a letter to:
P.O. Box 943
Milton, WA 98354-0943