NTTSARS is a non-profit 501(c)(3), no kill, volunteer rescue that is dedicated to providing a better life for homeless, abused and neglected animals. NTTSARS is run mainly by volunteers to help save animals and prepare them to become a family companion. NTTSARS is dedicated to caring for these animals in our communities through adoption, vetting, training, sanctuary, cruelty investigation and community awareness as well as food pantry and low cost services when we are able.
Did you know that as an organization No Time To Spare Animal Rescue & Sanctuary spays, neuters, vaccinates, and corrects any known health problems of our rescued pets? This includes but is not limited to common ailments such as worms, kennel cough, non contagious mange, ear infections, viruses, etc, and even includes the way more serious issues like contagious mange, heart worms, parvo, broken pelvis, hip replacement, starvation, mammary tumors, lumpectomies, and dental issues. In addition, all of our animals are groomed, maintained and cared for while in our care. As far as running the shelter, the gals and guys here amaze me everyday! Before we are even awake they are up and getting it done. The hustle and bustle of feeding, watering, letting out, medicating, and exercising these animals begins at the crack of dawn. Behind the scenes volunteers run animals to vet appointments, adoption events, home visits, food runs, craft fairs, flea markets, and fundraisers. They are also working diligently on applying for grants, managing internet needs, following up on social media leads and requests, fostering, watching the kill list at the shelters daily (even watching the far away shelters that may be in need), Lastly there are the tons of phone calls, adoption & foster applications, messages and e-mails that are handled, and all of our yearly licensure paperwork, including Department of Agriculture inspections and monthly county reports that must be prepared for. But most importantly, SAVING THE LIVES OF THE INNOCENT!
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