From March 2020 through August 2020, we ran a 24/7 pet food pantry.
We have now transitioned our pet food pantry services to provide supplies to area pet food pantries; please click the button below for information on pantries near you.
If you are unable to access any of the pantries below and urgently need pet food or supplies, please email us at email@example.com
COVID has made things more challenging, but we are still finding homes for pets from all over Massachusetts. Since the onset of the COVID crisis, we've found homes for over 150 dogs, cats, rabbits and small animals.
If you seek to adopt, please look at our list of adoptable animals at the button below. If you see a pet you are interested in adopting, please contact us at the email address on the pet's page. We will then be in touch, helping you to fill out an application on line, and scheduling a visit.
If a pet owner is hospitalized with COVID-19, we are being told that it is best to keep the pet in the home and quarantined for 14 days versus moving the animal. If that is not possible, your local animal control could help you determine a safe boarding facility or shelter.
If your household is affected by COVID-19 and you need emergency boarding or vet care for your pet there are grants available:
Vet Care: https://redrover.org/relief/
We are hearing from many about their concerns about the corona virus and their own pets. We have researched the most up-to-date information and answer your most frequently asked questions at the button below.
Sadly, with more people staying at home, domestic violence has been increasing. If you or someone you know is trying to leave an abusive relationship, Red Rover Relief can help families with pets safely escape domestic abuse together.