looking for a new friend?
K911 can help!

K911 Animal Rescue's mission is both simple and profound:

Rescue the animals in need

Bring them back to health

Show them a loving home

And then find them a forever family

K911 is a non profit animal rescue that rescues abandoned and displaced cats & dogs who would otherwise remain on the streets and/or be euthanized. Because of our home based foster volunteers we can help give abandoned, abused and displaced cats a chance at forever homes.

 

By educating the community we reduce the number of senseless deaths by pet overpopulation and disease.  K911 pays for all the necessary vetting of each animal prior to adoption. Every K911 pet is spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and vaccinated with age appropriate vaccines.

 

 
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Pictured: Rescue President Kathy (L) and Vice President Jen (R)

ABOUT

OUR RESCUE

 
 
THE WHOLE STORY

It started with two friends who worked for another rescue and belonged to a Facebook page. They saw a need- the community said 'we need help' and they replied: 'We need to help these people.'
 


K911 president, Kathy Cabrera, and vice-president, Jennifer Rubio, started K911 Animal Rescue 6 years ago in response to an overwhelming demand for help with spaying & neutering local cats.  They were so helpful that the same community just started assuming they were a rescue!  Well, Why not?  
 

 

 


Kathy & Jen knew that if they were going to start a rescue, they wanted to do it right. That's when K911 became an official non-profit organization so that they could not only help the community, but assist with overcrowded shelters and hold adoption events.
 

 

Thanks to Kathy, Jen, & volunteer vet-tech Michelle Roy-Gabovda -- who joined up right at the beginning -- K911 Rescue has been rescuing, fixing, fostering & adopting kittens & puppies for 6 years and counting.
 

 

Team K911:

                      Kathy               Doris               Jen               Jena                  

Annetta       Michelle          Jennie      Sabrina      Trinity 


 



 

HOW TO HELP

Adopting isn't the only way to help save lives!