CHESTER SPRINGS, PA — Did you know that Main Line Animal Rescue (MLAR) receives no federal, state or local funding? MLAR relies solely on donors, volunteers and those open to adopting a new pet.
Dedicated to fighting for the well-being and civilized treatment of all animals, MLAR works to raise the public’s awareness of the plight that homeless animals face. MLAR also focuses on educating prospective new families about the benefits of adopting an animal.
MLAR’s mission is to be the country’s leading and most innovative animal rescue organization. Thanks to more than 600 active and engaged volunteers, an on-site veterinary clinic and innovative training and educational programs, the organization is able to help thousands of animals every year.
Here’s how you can get involved:
DONATE: Donations go directly toward helping animals, giving MLAR the resources to save, rehabilitate, and provide new homes for the animals.
VOLUNTEER: As stated on the MLAR website, “Volunteers are the heart of MLAR…” Their team consists of compassionate people who give their time and various talents to the organization. Interested in volunteering? View https://www.mlar.org/volunteer.
ADOPT: Pets provide love, comfort and many smiles to people of all ages. Imagine being the one responsible for saving an animal’s life? Your new family member is waiting (barking, meowing, etc.) for you! Dedicated to finding just the right home for all of their animals, MLAR ensures that each adoption meets the best interest of the pets and their new families. View available adorable pets and apply to adopt here.
MLAR is dedicated to educating the community about how to make a difference in animals’ lives, as well as works to ensure that all pets have the best possible chance for a great life. This includes providing insight and education to the public regarding puppy mills, rehabilitation of animals, and responsible pet care. Read more at https://www.mlar.org/advocacyandeducation.
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