Shelter Helper is a 501(c)3 fundraising organization supporting Orange County’s no kill animal shelters and rescue groups.

The animals can not help themselves, but we can help them.

 Shelter Helper is a 501(c)3 fundraising organization supporting Orange County’s no kill animal shelters and rescue groups.

The animals can not help themselves, but we can help them.

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   Every single day there are animals being euthanized at “Animal Control” centers. Approximately 2.7 million dogs and cats are killed every year because shelters are too full and there aren’t enough adoptive homes.  In our opinion that is not controlling the situation. When a lost or abandoned animal is caught by animal control and brought to a kill shelter their days are now numbered. Ending a life, even if in a non-violent way, is not the answer. Kill shelters should be reallocating their funds towards keeping the animals alive, education, marketing, spade and neutering animals. The problem is; there just is not enough money to make this possible. That is why Shelter Helper Charity exists!
     We at Shelter Helper, raise funds to help save animals by marketing the no kill shelters of Orange County and the animals living there while helping to provide a better living situation for the animals at the shelters. Our goal is to bring awareness of what is going on at kill shelters and help as many animals as we can get from a kill shelter to a no kill shelter and then finally into the arms of a loving family. This is not an easy task and all the help we can get brings us closer to our goal!


Find your local no kill shelter or rescue group on our ADOPT page

Donating to the German Shepherd Rescue of OC

Donating to the German Shepherd Rescue of OC

Donating to the Mission Viejo Animal Shelter

Donating to the Mission Viejo Animal Shelter

Donating to SoCal Bulldog Rescue

Donating to SoCal Bulldog Rescue

Donating to the San Clemente/Dana Point Shelter (Pet Project Foundation)

Donating to the San Clemente/Dana Point Shelter (Pet Project Foundation)

Cub's story Help him find his new family

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On September 23rd, we met Cub at a local adoption event and his story touched our hearts. We decided we would do everything we could to help this guy find his forever home. 

Cub was neglected by his previous owner to the point where they let flies & maggots devour his beautiful ears and as you can see from the photos, they had to be surgically removed to end his pain.

German Shepherd Rescue of OC rushed to get him after they received a called from a neighbor to come and rescue this poor guy from his previous horrible owners.  

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Unfortunately, Cub no longer sports the classic shepherd ears, but he is a sweet, forgiving boy with so much love in his heart.   Not only is he a sweetie – he has managed to steal the hearts of many  volunteers!  He even has a nickname….”cubby wubby”.

We are going to be running a marketing campaign on Instagram and Facebook to help Cub find his new family.
 
Our goal is to raise $500 which will help Cub be seen by about 80,000 people! Every dollar counts.
 
If you would like to support his marketing campaign please donate at the top or bottom of this article.

 

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Your donation will be used to help Cub find a new home and any donation left over after Cub is adopted will go towards helping the next pet find their home! Thank you!

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