Nebraska Animal Rescue Founder Patty Taylor dedicated her life to the welfare of pets. Sadly, she passed away April 22, 2007 to cancer, a loss that is felt across the nation by all that knew her. We at Nebraska Animal Rescue hope that you will take notice of her work, step up to right the wrongs and celebrate the adoration, love and devotion that your pets give you.
Patty was an avid supporter of spaying and neutering as a way to help control the over population problems of companion animals. Every day thousands of animals are euthanized in our country simply because they are unwanted. Nebraska Animal Rescue ( NAR) was her creation and her loving friends are dedicated to keeping her dream alive.
If you would like to help, here is a list of things that can always be used:
Prepaid phone cards
Stainless steel food dishes
Flea & tick shampoo
Frontline Plus or other flea control
Collars (any size)/Leashes (6 foot or flexi-leash)/ Slip leads
Old towels & blankets
-OR a donation can be made for the benefit of NAR using the donate button above.
If you have questions on what else may be needed, please
Volunteering, Other ways to help......
Nebraska Animal Rescue and the rescue groups and shelters associated with NAR rely on the dedication of volunteers. Listed below are some of the ways that you can help a rescue or shelter in your area.
Special Events Coordinator/Assistant
Adoption/Animal event assistance
Forms (maintaining, editing, printing) coordinator