Critical Pet Rescue is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to providing placement services to displaced animals in the Southern Oregon area.
C.P.R. was founded with the desire to provide placement services for the increasing number of pets abandoned at county shelters and those needing re-homing in the Southern Oregon area. We are open to taking in animals from outside Oregon as room is available, and based on a case by case basis.
C.P.R. operates with a “Safe Haven” policy in accepting animals for re-homing. Animals are placed in foster homes where they are cared for while awaiting their forever home. Animals will be up to date on required vaccinations and all animals of age are spayed/neutered prior to adoption, unless they are too young at the time of adoption (or confirmed a health risk by a veterinarian). If they have not been altered by the time of adoption due to a young age, arrangements will be made with adopter to have it done and follow up will happen to be sure we are not adding to the pet over population problem.
The founders of Critical Pet Rescue each came to the group with their own personal skills as related to the rescue and re-homing of displaced pets. Some with years of experience in rescuing and re-homing pets, most with experience in fostering at need animals. Some with a history in the animal shelter system. Above all, the founders came together as a group of individuals with the same goal of helping at-risk, in-need pets find their deserved chance at loving forever homes.