Animals 4 weeks ago Share Tweet Pin Share After many years of rescuing, fostering, and vetting animals that are unwanted, abandoned, on death row or in need of a second chance, we are finally working on becoming a licensed animal rescue. We help animals no matter the species, age, color or gender. We believe all animals deserve a second chance and a forever home. Our local animal kill shelter adds new animals to the euthanasia list each day. There are many older dogs, puppies, and kittens. Our local shelter also kills all kittens under two pounds which means all litters, bottle babies, and neonates. Any animal with a sign of illness such as a cold, worms, cough, etc. are also euthanized even if they’re easy to treat. Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? After seeing so much pain, neglect, and torture, we decided to quit saying we were going to start a rescue one day and decided to take action and step towards the rescue every day. We already became incorporated and are a 501(C)(3) Non-profit. Now, we need property and our shelter license. We hope our story gets shared and seen around the world. We hope it gets people to stand up for animals that can’t stand up for themselves. We hope it helps us raise funds so we can continue to save lives. We hope to raise enough funds to be able to become established and help more animals. Our goal is to give animals Another Day, Another Chance, A New Life. More info: anotherdaysanctuary.wixsite.com | Facebook This is a litter of kittens whose mom was abandoned once her owners found out she was pregnant. This is Freya. She was left at a vet’s office when her owner no longer wanted her. This is Chloe, abandoned and used for breeding. She got a second chance and is loving her forever home. These two kittens were found in a taped-up box on the side of the road. Both with worms and fleas. Alice and Tetch are now living life to the fullest and will never have to worry about being dumped again. This is Skips. He was found malnourished, with broken teeth, fleas, ear mites and deep wounds from catfights. He was completely vetted and is now doing behavior training. This is Willow. Willow was found outside under a house. Because it was very hot outside and her mother had not returned to get her, she was given to us. As of 7/17/19, she is being bottle-fed, When she is old enough, she will be vetted and adopted out. This is Cricket. Cricket was surrendered to us after she got pregnant with her second litter. Half of her first litter passed away and her owner decided it was in her best interest if she was surrendered. This is Kai. Kai was surrendered to us on November 12th, 2017. He was first being sold as a healthy, happy ferret needing a new home. After I contacted the current owners asking them to tell new owners that he needed to go to the vet immediately, they wanted to give him to me so he can get vetted and get the care he needed. I brought him to the vet where he was diagnosed with adrenal and insulinoma cancer, both cancers aren’t curable but can be lived with comfortably and pain-free when on treatment. Kai lived pain-free with other ferrets until July 29th, 2018 when he passed away. An amazing woman that supported Kai and donated towards treatment along his journey also paid for his cremation. This is Atlas Reed. Atlas was found when he was just a little kitten. He was vetted and is now in a forever home. This is Honey Badger. Honey Badger was found under a shed in a heavy storm. Along with his two siblings, they were bottle-fed and all found forever homes. Honey Badger was actually adopted by one of my family members.