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Colleen's Fund

Morgan's Animal Rescue was founded in 1978 by Alexandra Morgan. Since then, over 5,000 animals - including stray dogs and cats, various wild creatures, and abused pets - have been rescued, rehabilitated, and released or rehomed. Whether the situation called for rehabilitation from illness or injury, behavior training, or a combination of these, Alexandra has always been able to achieve results, always with the best interests of the animals as her top priority.

In 2001, she renamed Morgan's Animal Rescue
Colleen's Fund for Animals in honor of the late
Colleen O'Neill, who was an employee of Animal School
at the time of her death. In addition to dog training,
boarding and daycare, Animal School was also
dedicated to the policy of "rescue, train & re-home,"
and usually had about 20 cats and kittens and
5 to 10 dogs and puppies in care at any given time.
As an Animal School Dog Day Care employee,
Colleen was delighted to be a part of this, and at her
tragic, untimely passing her family asked that
instead of sending flowers to the funeral people send monetary donations to Animal School, to help
support the rescue work. Because of their tremendous generosity, Colleen's Fund for Animals was born.
Alexandra does all of the work herself, at no charge, as well as paying for food and cat litter, and other associated expenses.

The donations sent to Colleen's Fund are used to pay the veterinary expenses for worming, vaccinations, spay/neuter and treating illnesses and injuries.

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which includes an entire listing of services as well as resources
and helpful articles and links for pet owners!

"Rambunctious, rumbustious, delinquent dogs become angelic when sitting." Dr. Ian Dunbar
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