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VISIT US AT THE FESTIVAL!

Show your support by visiting us at booth 50, the week of the Evansville West Side Nut Club Fall Festival.

2022 YEAR IN REVIEW

236

Dog intakes

190

Dog adoptions

240

Cat intakes

178

Cat adoptions

ADOPT

NEWLIFE Rescue & Adoption aims to place as many pets as possible in forever homes.

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VOLUNTEER

There are endless ways to help! Check out the many ways you can help out your local shelter.

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OUR MISSION

NEWLIFE Rescue & Adoption believes all companion animals in Posey County, Indiana deserve loving homes and humane treatment and works to ensure their needs are met including appropriate shelter, food, water, and medical care.

DONATE SUPPLIES

There are a few ways to donate! Check out how you can help.

FOSTER

Do you have what it takes to foster? See how you can foster today.

MEET QUINN

Quinn has been in our care for 9 months now. She's a medium sized, young mix breed. She loves being showered with kisses and head rubs. Good with kids and adults. Like any dog, she needs proper introductions and time to adjust. Quinn loves food and treats! Training her should be easy since she is food motivated. She is very curious and loves walks. This sweet gal needs a family that will give her playtime and exercise. Quinn is believed to be house trained as she previously lived in a home. She was surrendered because she was just too much energy for someone with mobility issues. She does have a prey drive, so would need to be tested with cats and very small dogs.

PET SPOTLIGHT

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QUINN

Age: 9 months
Sex: Female
Weight: 50 pounds
Breed: Mix

Quinn's adoption fee is $175. That covers

worming, vaccines, spay/neuter, heartworm

test, and microchip. We offer a two week trial to adopt.

 

If interested in adopting Midas, please fill out an application on our website: 

"The best things in life are rescued."

NEWLIFE IS A PRIVATE, NONPROFIT 501(C)(3)

We are not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States and receive no funding from national group or the state. We are self-funded and sustained by gifts from individuals, local businesses, and foundations.

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