Animal shelters play a vital role in communities.

What do animal shelters do?

A lot.

They continuously work to unite lost pets with their owners, shelter those animals in need, and find new homes for animals that are lost.

Shelters provide homeless animals under their care with love, safety, and comfort.

alas new life rescue

Nala’s New Life Rescue, my spotlight animal shelter for the month of July, is no exception.

This shelter has been saving dogs for years who have no other hope.

Nala’s New Life Rescue is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, no-kill shelter dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats that have been abused, abandoned, forgotten, or rejected.

Their “no-kill policy” saves cats and dogs in need of rescue regardless of age, breed, or health issues.

The entire team at Nala’s is dedicated to finding the best family possible for each animal under their care.

In addition, Nala’s New Life Rescue specializes in saving unwanted dogs (and cats) from kill shelters all over Florida who would otherwise be euthanized.

This shelter pays to pull the dogs to safety and covers all medical and transportation expenses.

Three such dogs were rescued from Okeechobee Animal Control and sent to a wonderful organization that Nala’s partners with in New Hampshire.

All animals at Nala’s have a full veterinary examination, are vaccinated, and are spayed or neutered.

They are cared for by the shelter until the animals are emotionally and/or physically healed or a home becomes available.

Nala’s New Life Rescue recently sent out congratulations to one of their rescues, Lilly, on her adoption!

Lilly was rescued from Okeechobee Animal Control by Nala’s.

The shelter quickly realized the dog was a special girl.

Many thanks to foster mom Sandra and her family for fostering Lilly when she was first rescued.

Thanks also goes out to her new family, Bob, Tammy and their dog Gumby for welcoming Lilly into their family.

For more information about Nala’s New Life Rescue and their shelter, check out their website or call for an appointment to visit.

Their website has the most adorable photos of dogs available for adoption.

Testimonials from adoption owners and staff are also available on the website.

Nala’s New Life Rescue
2740 SW Martin Downs Blvd.
Suite 402
Palm City, FL 34990

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