Homeward Bound: How RPM Helps Animals Get off the Street & into Their Forever Homes
06 / 19 / 2018
Learn What Sets Us Apart from Your Traditional Animal Rescue Organization If you’ve spent any time around Rescued Pets Movement, then you’ve seen that some people are confused by what exactly we do as an organization. While part of that issue stems from the fact that what we do is unique, we want to clear …
Here are the dogs and cats who traveled safely to their new homes in Colorado last week. Thank you to all the fosters, transporters, donors, and other volunteers who took such good care of them. We appreciate all that you and our Colorado partners do to save Houston’s pets. Thank you!
Team RPM video
08 / 14 / 2014
Thank you, Michelle, for for making this video about Team RPM! If you’d like to donate to Team RPM for Best Friends’ Strut Your Mutt – Houston, please click here: http://www.strutyourmutt.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=6872 Thank you!
Paw and Order!
08 / 11 / 2014
We want to thank Houston’s independent bookstore Murder By The Book and mystery writer Spencer Quinn for making RPM the beneficiary of a percentage of booksales at an event on Monday night. A thunderstorm (and even a brief power outage or two) provided just the right atmosphere to talk about Quinn’s mystery series featuring PI …
Here are all the beautiful ones who were saved to travel to their new Colorado homes last week. And you are all the beautiful ones who made it happen with your donations of money, time, goods, and services. We couldn’t do it without you, and we thank you!
Success Story Sunday: Penny.
08 / 10 / 2014
Penny was a Length of Stay dog at BARC. The term “length of stay” or LOS means that a dog has reached the end of their time at a shelter. Everything had been done to try to find a family for her and she was about to be put to sleep to make room for …
Sweet little Benny was moved to an adopter in Colorado and became Ollie. He also became loved and adored full time. As you can see from the above photo, being loved so much is exhausting! But obviously worth it. We received the below note about Ollie not too long ago and we’re happy to share …