Let’s put an end to homeless animals!

There are always animals in need of help and homes.  We are only able to save as many as we have people to help.  Please join us and become a volunteer, foster, or donor.  Without our volunteers, we would not be able to organize and complete our fundraisers that keep us going and able to help the animals.

All of our animals are housed with foster parents who take great care of them.  Food and vetting is provided until they are adopted. We are in desperate need of more Foster Families.  If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please complete an application and we will contact you.

We are currently in need of cat litter and dog food.  We are also looking for someone who may donate a van we can use for our TNR program.  Please visit our amazon wish list and amazon smile as well if you are looking to donate items.

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Since 2013, Joseph's Legacy has been working to help all the animals we can.  Whether it is an animal that is homeless, needs re-homed, or is in need of medical care.  We do not want any animal to suffer or be put down because of something that is out of their control.

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Joseph's Legacy Rescue

SPOTLIGHT ANIMALS:

Hi, I am Brucey and I am looking for my forever family! I am two years old, in great shape, a very fast runner, a very good boy, and I have the most handsome golden eyes you’ll ever see. I am very shy and timid around humans, but am learning to trust a little more each day. I know how to sit, shake with both paws, am crate-trained, potty trained, and am doing very well learning how to walk on a leash! I LOVE other dogs and would love to have a brother or sister of my own to play with every day!​​

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This is Bethel, short for Bethlehem since he was rescued around Christmas time. A police officer found him injured and alone late one might. Thankfully Bethel did not have any serious injuries! It was thought he was hit by a car, but his foster mommy thinks he was abused based on his behavior. 
Now Bethel is a comfy cuddle bug! He loves to play with his feline sisters, and your feet! 
Please give this handsome bundle of love a furever home!