My name is Emily. If you've followed me for a while, you probably already know a lot about me. I love photography, I'm crafty, and I believe that every animal is worth saving. As you might also know, I'm a recent college grad working full time!
In the past two years alone since deciding to turn my hobby, The Foster Farm, into a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, I've rescued and rehomed over 200 stray, feral, neglected or abused, homeless pets. Throughout my lifetime, the number soars to well over 500.
I am incredibly lucky to have family and friends and a community who have supported me through every step of this long and tireless journey. From anonymous donations to petsitting to simpling sitting with terrified kittens, from cleaning and organizing to building and painting, The Foster Farm family extends well beyond myself and the animals I've come to love. There have been days when I could not have carried on without this kindness, care, and generosity.
In order to continue my fight, I'm starting this fund to help with a few things:
1) An emergency vet bill fund, currently being used to save the lives of three momma cats and their kittens;
2) Regular, routine care expenses, like spaying, neutering, and bottle-feeding supplies;
3) Funds for transport, needed items (litter, food, etc.), and more.
To all of you, who've adopted, fostered, loved, held or simply flipped through pictures of my #ResQ crew, all my gratitude and love. You are a part of my community and my heart, always.
Thank you for all your generosity and spirit,
Emily and the #ResQs