The Animal Rescue Center Of California
Saving Abandoned & Stray Dogs & Finding Homes
The housing crisis of 2008 created a wave of stray street dogs as owners lost their homes and moved to apartment buildings. With county shelters overcapacitated and animal control inundated, we saw an urgent need for help and stepped in immediately. With the help of private rescue organizations and low-cost spay and neuter programs, we have been able to rescue hundreds of animals off the steet and find them loving permanent homes.
There is a great deal more to do! Our vision moving forward is to continue helping animals in urgent need with a stronger support network and a greater capacity to rescue.
Our ultimate intention is to create an animal campus in the eastern Coachella Valley to house rescued animals while finding suitable adopting families.
Until then, we will continue our mission to help animals as we build The Animal Rescue Center of California.