A Hopeful Heart Animal Rescue is a small foster based pet rescue. We take in all breed dogs and cats and give them a second chance in loving forever homes. While in foster care we gather as much information about our pets to help transition them into their forever homes. Our goal is to rescue and rehabilitate as many animals as we can and find them loving homes. Our animals come from several different places but all of them end up in loving homes.
All of our animals are up to date on all vaccinations including rabies and when old enough they are spayed\neutered. All dogs are heartworm tested and cats are FIV\Lukemia tested.
To adopt a pet you must be at least 18 years of age, and all the adults in the home must be aware of your intentions to adopt. If there are other animals in your home please bring vet records to make the adoption process quicker.
We need your help to be able to continue to help the animals that so desperately need us. We are always in need of volunteers and donations.
If you are able to donate any of these items please come and see us at the Roseville Petco (On Gratiot between Little Mack and Masonic) on Saturdays from 11-3pm!
We all know with the way the economy is going everyone is facing difficult times. With so many people losing their homes, tough choices have to be made and the family pet is usually the first "expense" to be cut. Hopeful Heart receives up to 35 phone calls everyday about taking in cats or dogs because the family has lost their home. Most people wait until the last minute, so many times we get calls that they have to be out of the home and the pet must go that night.
Sadly, we are not equipped to take in so many homeless animals. We are a no-kill animal rescue and we do not make room by euthanizing an animal. Therefore, we have very limited space. We are not funded by the federal or state governments for vet costs, food, or shelter. It all comes from fosters, donations, and personal funding.
Adult dogs and cats are harder to place in homes, so as soon as you know your situation is going to change, we can help but you need to help us too! If you will hold on to your pet, we are willing to put your pet up on Petfinder.com as a courtesy posting. Petfinder is viewed by hundreds of people daily and is the best way to get your pet out there to be adopted. If this is something you might be interested in, please feel free to send pictures of your pet and a description to firstname.lastname@example.org