Motley Zoo Animal Rescue Mission Statement:
Motley Zoo Animal Rescue is dedicated to improving the lives of animals locally, nationally and internationally; alleviating their suffering and elevating their status in society through the rescue and rehabilitation of animals in need and through the education of their community on responsible pet ownership and animal welfare, advocating the value of all animal life, in hopes to end the neglect and abuse of all animals and to end the devastating pet overpopulation through spay and neuter advocacy.
Motley Zoo Animal Rescue Vision Statement:
Motley Zoo Animal Rescue dedicates its work to end pet overpopulation and the resulting euthanization of healthy, adoptable pets due to limited space and funds of our local, national, and international animal welfare organizations as well as working to end abuse and neglect of all animals resulting from lack of information and education of the community, all the while advocating the value of all animal life.
"These birds and animals and fish cannot speak, but they can suffer, and our God who created them, knows their sufferings, and will hold him who causes them to suffer unnecessarily to answer for it..."
- George Q. Cannon, Animal Activist
Motley Zoo Animal Rescue is a Washington State non-profit animal rescue assisting local, national, and international dogs in need. We are an official 501(c)(3). We have no shelter facility. Instead, we house our rescue animals with foster families where they enjoy one-on-one attention in a home environment, receiving training and support, while we work to find the best possible forever homes.
Our foster families are the backbone of our organization. In an effort to reach more animals in need, we are currently searching for more dedicated foster families. As a foster family, you would provide these dogs with a safe and warm home to relax their minds; fresh water and healthy food to nourish their bodies; gentle hands and soft words to caress their souls. But also, like children, dogs crave routine, boundaries and limitations. Our foster families provide such structure to not only help these dogs become better companion animals, but also to provide them with sometimes their first sense of security. And with all this, these dogs are able to relax and become happy, healthy dogs again, which in turn helps them become more adoptable and allows them to adjust easier into their new forever homes.
If you are interested in saving lives, please shoot us an email:
Donate / Foster/ Volunteer / General: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to speak with you further about our many volunteer and foster opportunities. For more information, you may visit our website: www.motleyzoo.org
The Motley Zoo Crew