At this time, Paradise Animal Rescue has successfully spayed/neutered, vaccinated and found homes for over 2,000 homeless cats and dogs.
1. To assist in decreasing the overpopulation of cats and dogs in Lapeer County. (i.e. endorsing early-age spay/neuter, alteration prior to adoption and feral cat spay/neuter programs.)
2. To find permanent homes for spayed/neutered, fully tested and vaccinated homeless pets.
3. Humane Education -To support animal safety and the prevention of animal cruelty through the promotion of humane treatment of all animals and supporting a ban on cosmetic procedures in animals.
4. To give appropriate medical treatment to minimize the suffering of sick, injured or abused cats and dogs and to practice updated health care guidelines that aid in the prevention and control of infectious disease.
5. To assist in the safe return of lost pets to their rightful homes.
Board of Directors
Larraine Edwards | President & Treasurer
Karol Laverdiere | Co Treasurer
Susan Gilbert | Secretary- Vice President
Shelley Powell | Director
Susan Dennis | Director
Emily Purk | Director
Paradise Animal Rescue does not receive local, state or federal funding. We rely solely on adoptions, fundraisers and your private donations to make it possible to do what we do each and every day. Paradise is a 501(c)(3) federal non-profit organization and all donations to Paradise are tax-deductible. With your support we can continue saving a countless number of animals in need. A weekly or monthly donation to Paradise provides a consistent reliable income to fund our ongoing efforts.