Staff Feature: Ashley Glaw

Staff Feature: Ashley Glaw

07 / 24 / 2018

From Fervent Foster to Shining Staff Member From orchestrating transport days to coordinating foster and vet care, we keep very busy running Rescued Pets Movement. Because of the emotional nature of the work we do, it takes a special kind of person to thrive at RPM. While we pride ourselves on having a dedicated, hard-working …

How Do I Volunteer with RPM?

How Do I Volunteer with RPM?

07 / 10 / 2018

Join the Movement The mission of Rescued Pets Movement is to save as many pets as possible from needless euthanasia. And with an estimated 1 million homeless dogs and cats wandering the streets of Houston, coupled with shelters that are already overcrowded and overburdened, we have our work cut out for us. We fundamentally believe …

Foster Feature: Laurann Claridge

06 / 26 / 2018

Turning her passion for pets into active involvement The heart of our organization, RPM’s fosters are the first stop on that animal’s journey to their forever home. Giving these animals shelter, food, care, and love, the love and dedication our foster volunteers put in to make our movement possible. To shine a light on the …

Homeward Bound: How RPM Helps Animals Get off the Street & into Their Forever Homes

06 / 19 / 2018

Learn What Sets Us Apart from Your Traditional Animal Rescue Organization If you’ve spent any time around Rescued Pets Movement, then you’ve seen that some people are confused by what exactly we do as an organization. While part of that issue stems from the fact that what we do is unique, we want to clear …

Fourth Quarter 2017–Lots of Movement!

05 / 16 / 2018

It’s been such a busy few months that your volunteer photographer can’t keep up with all the dogs and cats (and don’t forget the pigs!) who have left for their forever homes. All the animals from the last quarter of 2017–October, November, and December–are featured in this post by month. The first week of October, …

After the Flood

12 / 15 / 2017

It was a very busy September! Our first transport after the Harvey floods was one of our largest ever. We worked with rescue organizations from all over the country to clear the shelters and make room for animals displaced by the storm. We also worked hard to move many of the dogs and cats in …