NEW HOPE PET RESCUE-Michigan
Hope for the Hopeless......
New Hope Pet Rescue-Michigan (NHPR) is committed to helping people and animals in need. We hold ourselves to a high standard – one which looks out for the physical AND mental well-being of our animals. Our mission is to provide a means to place unwanted, adoptable animals into appropriate, loving homes. We are committed to reduce the amount of animals killed daily in overcrowded shelters by providing programs to help. All animals brought into rescue are fixed, vaccinated, tested and micro-chipped prior to adoption, and all potential adopters are screened to ensure an appropriate match is made.
NHPR is a volunteer-based rescue. All of our staff work full-time jobs, have family responsibilities, and dedicate time to support our rescue. Because of this, we ask that adopters are patient when requesting more information.
NHPR is a 501c3 rescue. All donations that are made to our mission can be written off. We do rely on donations and can't save lives without them. In the year 2019 New Hope Pet Rescue successfully placed 830 dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens into their forever homes.
New Hope Pet Rescue's long term goals are to continue to find loving families for homeless dogs and cats as well as assist people in the community with their personal animals. In addition, we continue to educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets as well as proper pet care. We will continue to work with other shelters to reduce the amount of animals killed in overcrowded shelters each day. We look forward to a day when no animal will be without a loving family!
To assist the community by providing a means to place unwanted healthy, adoptable pets in good family environments and to make the public aware of such animal issues as care, welfare, and the hazards of overpopulation.
To elevate the status of animals in society by changing the way people acquire them and how they commit to those pets who become a part of their family
To relieve the plight of homeless pets
To reduce overpopulation
To provide medical care and/or socialization to all animals in our care
Meet the staff
FOSTER & VETTING COORDINATOR
Please keep in mind that we all work full time, so it could take up to 72 hours for us to contact you. We do our best to make contact as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
We do not have set hours
New Hope Pet Rescue
PO Box 745
Charlotte, MI 48813
We will be answering emails and Facebook messages for animals that are currently available. Some animals can have up to 100 applications each, so we will send application approval emails and reply to requests for available animals only. If you do not hear from us, the animal is not available for adoption anymore. Our application screening team, staff, and fosters are all volunteers and are keeping up with communication as fast as they can.