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"It matters."

How can you help?   Thanks for asking!
There are a myriad of ways that you can help both DunRoamin' Stray and Rescue and strays in general. We are providing just a sample of suggestions here.  If you have ideas and are unsure, ask us!
The strays of DunRoamin' and the "hoomans" who help them appreciate any and all assistance!
Our "Donate page" is chock full of ways to donate - not just financially but with needed items, time, and event support.  Check the page to see what would work for you!
We always need volunteers - to help with the care of the strays, to organize and help work at events, to come up with new ideas for fundraising, and the list goes on.  Check the "Volunteering page " to learn more about our program and how you can become one of our most invaluable assets!
Do you have room in your home and your heart to provide a temporary home for one (or more) of our rescued cats or dogs?  They need a warm safe place to be with people who will love and protect them and restore their faith in mankind.  If you are interested in learning more about DunRoamin's Foster Parent Program please visit our "Fostering page ".
Learn more about DunRoamin' and gather valuable information about our programs and also link to information gleaned from other sources on more ways you can help not just DunRoamin' but stray, feral, and at-risk animals in general.  Our "FAQ page" is an ongoing work and information will be added regularly so visit often!
What can we say?  There is nothing more wonderful than giving a forever home to a rescued animal.  The love and gratitude they bless their new parent(s) with is second to none!  Visit our "Adopt pages" to meet the pet that's been waiting just for YOU!



The average female cat can produce three litters every year. The average number of kittens in each litter is between 4 and 6. In 7 years one female cat and her offspring theoretically can produce 420,000 cats.

The average female dog can produce two litters every year. The average number of puppies in each litter is between 6 and 10. In 6 years one female dog and her offspring theoretically can produce 67,000 dogs.

Shocking statistics, aren't they?  Please read "38 SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP END PET OVERPOPULATION"


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