No more homeless pets is our goal and our passion.
We are a 501(c)(3) dedicated to No More Homeless Pets in Michigan. We formed in June 2005 and offer high-quality, high volume, no-cost to low-cost
spay/neuter services to the public. We’re happy to say we help more than 50,000 animals a year through our spay/neuter surgeries, vaccine wellness
clinics, microchips and adoption services. We have sterilized over 125,000 cats and dogs since we formed and nearly 25,000 in 2015 alone; preventing
hundreds of thousands of unwanted litters ending up in shelters and euthanized. We offer special programs and Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) training to the
public to assist with the homeless cat population.
Visit us at our website: www.allaboutanimalsrescue.org
We are committed to helping animals.
We are a no kill rescue. Maddie’s Fund website has excellent information on the No-Kill
movement, what it means and how to accomplish it.
Click here to find out more about us and our
We are available for presentations/interviews about spay/neuter, adoption and animal care.
To get to No More Homeless Pets, we focus on spay/neuter, pet adoption and pet wellness care.
To adopt out every dog and cat, every person would have to own 21 cats and 7 dogs. That simply isn’t feasible so aggressive spay/neuter programs are the answer. Over 40, 000 cats and dogs are killed every year in Michigan shelters. Across the nation, cats and dogs don’t make it out alive. We will never shelter our way out of pet homelessness!
On average a sterilization costs $50, while adopting out a pet is around $500. To shelter a pet, that cost sky rockets to $5000. It is clear that building more shelters is not going to solve this problem. Spay/neuter is the most cost effective and quickest way to reach a day when there are no more homeless pets.
Just one example of a pet we’ve helped:
Moses who came to us underweight, wondering outdoors, with a sign tied with twine around his neck that said “My name is Moses. I am a good boy.
Please take care of me.” We were able to take Moses into foster care but it turned out he also needed surgery on both his knees. Thankfully we
were able to help him get his much needed surgery so he can live a pain free life and has been adopted into a wonderful home. Here is an update from
his new family:
“He is doing wonderfully. He is so loved by this family and spoiled to much some days. He is all one color now and running and having a blast with
other dogs in the family. He is so great with kids that the neighbor kids love to play with him, they say he is so soft and can’t stop touching him
and he loves it. He had his first bath last month and enjoyed it so much that now he tries to jump into the bath with me. My brother loves to take
him to the beach to run on the sand and also enjoys all the attention he gets from the girls. He is still a Detroit red wings fan but we are trying
to convert him to a Canadians or Maple leaf fan and he will not have anything to do with it. He truly loves hockey it is very funny to watch. He
also loves the snow so i think he starting to become a true Canadian.
We as a family can not thank you enough for the love and support you gave him during the rough times in his life and we want you to know that you
are heros to us.”
Helping animals is truly wonderful but we understand resources are limited. You want to help the animals but you also want a legitimate organization
that uses your money wisely and follows the law. Following State and Federal law is a good indicator if the organization is legitimate.
All Michigan Non Profits that raise over $8,000 in one year must file with the Attorney General. You can check the organization’s status at the web
site below or by calling (517) 373-1152
To verify 501(c)(3) status, check “Publication 78, Cumulative List of Organizations described in Section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, is a list of organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions”:
More information about the organization, such as the last time they filed a tax return, check out Melissa Data:
Many non profits post additional information about their organization at:
To find out if they are incorporated in the State of Michigan:
To find out the intake, euthanasia rates for a shelter in Michigan and make sure you scroll to the section titled “What is an Annual Shelter
Donate! And if you can't donate, even everyday shopping and internet searching can help a cat or dog in need! There are several options that will benefit All About Animals Rescue so we can continue to work towards the day there are no more homeless pets! For a list of the most comprehensive options, please visit this page: www.allaboutanimalsrescue.org/how-to-help/shop-and-help
1. Buy all your groceries and gas at Kroger – register your Kroger card in the Kroger Community Rewards program to make a donation to AAAR every time you make a purchase and swipe your card. We are listed under All About Animals Rescue and the NPO # is 82291. www.kroger.com/mykroger/Pages/community_rewards.aspx
2. Buy a beautiful glass pendant or ring – mention you want a donation to go to All About Animals Rescue (AAAR) and Laurie will donate $5 to us! Dichroic Glass by Laurie K. www.dichroicglassbylauriek.com
3. Shop through igive.com. We are listed as All About Animals Rescue (Eastpointe, Michigan). There is one in GA. so be careful – that one’s not us! www.igive.com
4. Use GoodSearch when you search the internet for presents this year. They will donate 1 penny every time you do. Register All About Animals Rescue to be your charity of choice to donate too. www.goodsearch.com
5. Use GoodShop when you shop online. They work with more than 2,500 major brands, have over 100,000 coupons and donate a percentage of every purchase you make to All About Animals Rescue. www.goodsearch.com/goodshop.aspx
6. Enroll in the GoodDining they will donate up to 6% of every dollar you spend when you eat at one of 10,000 participating restaurants. www.gooddining.com
7. Come by the clinic and purchase a great quality t-shirt with a spay/neuter message on it. T-shirts are only $15.