Baton Rouge Animals Need You :: How to Support Baton Rouge Animal Rescue

Our family has been fostering dogs for the past couple of months. As scary as a jump that was, it has been a fun experience for me as well as my husband and kids.

I understand not everyone can take animals into their home, however, there are a few things YOU can do to help local Baton Rouge animals.

Donate used towels.

Animals are sometimes gross… we go through SO MANY towels cleaning up messes when we are fostering. Save your towels when you get new ones & pass on your used towels for messes and clean up.

Donate blankets.

These can be your old blankets when you are cleaning out your closets OR Walmart usually puts their fleece blankets on sale for $2-$3 at the end of the season. This is the PERFECT puppy blanket that allows our pups to feel warm and loved.

Purchase Items off of an Amazon Wish List.

Most local rescues will provide an amazon wish list. This list will include items such as treats, dewormers, puppy pads, flea treatments, and dog food. You can add a $10 purchase to your cart, and ship it DIRECTLY to the non-profit organization & you just HELPED A PUPPY! Yippee! Amazon Wish List – K9 Rouge Rescue

Share Social Media Posts of Dogs needing homes.

We all know the power of social media – this is no different. If you see a friend of yours fostering some pups, share the love. You never know when someone on your friend list is looking for a new family member.

A local rescue’s mission statement, K9 Rouge says Cultivating a compassionate and knowledgeable community of canine care and safety while securing at-risk canines temporarily for the purpose of successfully pairing them with loving families.” 

There are a lot of ways we can all come together and help our community animals. Do you have other ideas? Let us know in the comments! how to help Baton Rouge Animal Rescue

Tiffany is happily married to her high school sweetheart, Desmond. Together they get to play the roles of Mommy and Daddy to Micah, a gifted Math Wiz of a teenager who is always making people laugh, and Keilyn, a spunky, flower loving, dancing girl who will stop and talk to anyone she meets. She was born and raised in Baton Rouge and has Cajun blood running through her veins. She works full time outside of the home in business administration. She started the journey of motherhood young but wouldn’t have it any other way. Her children have taught her to laugh, play and that sometimes it’s ok not to have a plan! She has a passion for teenagers and is an active mentor in her church’s youth group. In her rare free time she enjoys shopping, coffee, and date nights with her husband. She believes that everyone has a story to tell and enjoys meeting new people, making people laugh, and spending time with friends and family.

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  1. This is AWESOME Tiffany! I have a cousin who has fostered for several years – she keeps up with most of the pups/kittens she places. Tag me with any fosters you post on FB and I’ll definitely share!!

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