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Success Stories

Below are the stories of SOME of animals that came to us needing EXTRA care.

These special cases are adopted for the same fee as those that don’t need extra care. The difference between the adoption fee and the costs to help these and other ‘special’ rescued animals is made up by animal loving people like YOU. Click HERE to find out how to donate to RAIN.

  • Twinkles The message on the answering machine said there was an injured kitten behind the convenience store. We called back and were told a small kitten had an injured leg but they couldn’t catch it. Two volunteers went out that evening to help. They spotted the  8 – 10 week old kitten and managed to catch ...
  • Paddy Cakes DONATIONS NEEDED TO HELP IN SOPHIAS’ CARE Sophia is a precious Chihuahua that was hit by a car January 4, 2016, and xrays showed a shattered hip. She may need a metal plate, Bloodwork and IV fluids and will need to be in the hospital for an undetermined time. The Upside is that Sophia is heartworm negative. If you can to donate to ...
  • Daisy Daisy was found at Orange County Animal Control laying in a cage, tail thumping madly when anyone approached her. Our hearts would not let us turn away so we adopted her. Her visit to the veterinarians found she had a broken leg, not spayed and was infected with heartworms and her eyes had ulcerated. The ...
  • Squeakers Squeakers was found along with his sister beside a busy street. We found that his breathing was labored and had the vet take x-rays. He had a diaphragmatic hernia, most likely induced by trauma. His diaphragm was ruptured and his intestines were up with his lungs. The vet was not optimistic and was surprised he had survived this ...
  • Duchess Daisy Duchess Daisy is a dog that was nearly starved to death that one of he volunteers picked up from Seminole County Animal Control rather than have her put down.  She was so weak she could not stand up long. Her sister was too far gone and was put to sleep.  She was found in a ditch ...