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Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League: The organization and other shelters are working with BAARK (Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and Kindness), The Bahamas Humane Society, The Veterinary Medical Association of the Bahamas and The Ministry of Agriculture, along with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), to determine the best way to help in the aftermath of the hurricane. Now through Sunday, Peggy Adams is offering adoptions of pets currently at the shelter with the adoption fees waived, in anticipation of accepting animals rescued from the affected islands.
On the phone, Rich Anderson discusses how animal shelters prepare for a storm.
Click here to hear helpful information about Hurricane Preparedness.
Officials suggest Palm Beach residents obtain ID cards right away and remind the needs of pets and neighbors. Click here to read article.
Update: Puppy has been returned. Click here to read the story.
Update: Puppy has been returned and adopted.
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League announces the appointment of Sharon Anderer as director of finance.
The Palm Beach Daily News Opinion Section - Local Voices
Rich Anderson talks Countdown 2 Zero
In 2018, Ingrid Robinson launched Artists & Charities Hand in Hand with a small art exhibition and sale as a way to help raise funds for the Constance & David Blacher Children’s Special Needs Program. The show was a success, so Robinson took it a step further and organized a second show at the Lighthouse Point Yacht and Racquet Club, this time benefiting the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. Click here to read more about this Fall's event at the Palm Beach County Convention Center!
Florida Weekly featured pets Lionel and Jade
Maybe you’re already hearing the sound of fireworks on the Fourth. And the loudest ones are still to come, at the big fireworks shows Thursday night. Fireworks of all kinds will light up the night sky, and a lot of people will set off their own backyard Fourth of July fireworks. Click here to read more and to watch the video!
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League wants to help owners safeguard pets by offering a microchip special from 10am to 12:30pm today. Click here to read more!
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, in partnership with Humane Society International, has saved five dogs from Korean meat farms. A total of 15 dogs are transported to partner shelters throughout the state. Click here to read more.
Rescue League offers summer volunteer opportunities...
Palm Beach Daily News Spotlighted adoptable dog - Belle
Florida Weekly featured pets Belle (A0352633) and Basil (A0364758)
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League's Groundbreaking Ceremony
Featured Pet of the Week: Winnie (A0364571)
Featured pets of the week: Zeus (A0313843) and Winnie (A0364571)
Volunteering at an animal shelter is a great way to get involved in the community, learn more about animal welfare and help save lives.