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Crossed Paws Pet Rescue
Building Fund

You have always been there when a dog needed medical treatment to donate the money needed to help pay expenses. Thank you for supporting us.

NOW WE NEED YOUR HELP IN A MUCH BIGGER WAY!!!

THIS IS CRITICAL
We NEED To Raise The $ For Our New Home NOW!

CLICK HERE TO DONATE
https://www.gofundme.com/f/crossed-paws-pet-rescue-new-building-fund

PLEASE, Understand Crossed Paws Pet Rescue WILL CLOSE… UNLESS We raise the $ to find a new home for our dogs.

The building we are in now is falling down around us and is not ideal for the care of our dogs. We have found the perfect opportunity for a NEW BUILDING, but without a SIZABLE DOWNPAYMENT - it can’t happen.

Help Us Today Please!
Sincerely,
Stefanie Badillo
Crossed Paws Pet Rescue

About Our Rescue

Crossed Paws Pet Rescue, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit pet rescue organization located in Auburndale, FL. The rescue was started by Stefanie Badillo. Our pet rescue can accommodate up to 50 dogs at a time.

Rescuing Animals

We take in pets who are abandoned, mistreated, and in need of medical help.  All of our pets are kept safe and cared for until they find their forever home.

Medical Care

All of our pets will have their medical needs attended to by a vet. We provide vaccinations, spay/neutering, heart worm treatment, and microchipping.

Finding A Home

Our mission is to use the power of our community and online resources to find all of our amazing pets a stable and loving family.

Community Supported

Without support from individuals and businesses it would be impossible to run our rescue. Please consider how many dogs you could save by signing up today.

Support Us Now - CLICK HERE!

Donations Save a Life

The costs of providing shelter, feeding, giving much needed health care to these loving animals are high.  Click the button below to contribute.

Adopt A Pet

Bring a new loved one into your home by choosing to adopt a pet.  What better way is there to contribute than to say "Welcome Home!"