To provide safe and loving homes for companion animals who would otherwise be destined for premature euthanasia.

We took the opportunity to give immediate help to the strays in Medina County and surrounding areas. We rescue as many as possible destined for euthanasia. We provide foster care, work with them and place them in loving homes. Central to this undertaking is the support of our foster home network. All the animals cared for in this network are tested, inoculated and altered.

The goal of SOS is to help every possible homeless pet destined for euthanasia that we can. This means working with other groups and individuals as well as helping to bring overpopulation to an end while raising community awareness and involvement. Most importantly, we will help ensure every placed pet is altered.

All the work of the organization is done with volunteers. We have no paid employees. We take a conservative approach on finances to keep the overhead as low as possible. Our aim is to use the majority of our funds for the care of the animals and remain fiscally solvent.

There are 45 cats and dogs for every person born. Only 1 out of 10 dogs born ever get a home. Only 1 out of 12 cats born ever find a home. 800 dogs & cats are KILLED each HOUR in the U.S, because there are not enough homes for them.
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1. Placement of those animals otherwise destined for premature euthanasia

2. Charitable and educational purposes of companion animal rescue.

3. Give immediate help to the strays in Medina County and surrounding areas.