As we all continue to adjust to the rules of our new world, we encourage you to continue to physically distance yourselves to avoid the spread of the virus, embrace positivity (or pawsitivity), limit your exposure to (bad) news reports to once a day, and share your gratitude with your loved ones everyday.
Our amazing team of volunteers are committed to helping animals adjust to their new forever home and diverse siblings. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit for our nonprofit? Get in touch for more information!
We are a self-funded, nonprofit organization. Hoping to expand upon our efforts to rescue more animals. The Hartful Company will contribute a portion of their sales from their pet store products to fund future animal rescues! We will be launching our businesses the same weekend in February, the month of love.
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change in animal rescue. We provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference in the life of animals by giving them a home.
It is because of your support, we are able to continue with animal rescues through our foundation. Whether you are supporting us by liking our page, a post, or sharing our blog, making a purchase through our online store, or donating money, you are enabling our nonprofit to continue to grow, which means we can help more animals!
Thank you for supporting our mission of helping to give animals a second chance at love.
One thing we love to blog about is our fur-children’s adoption stories. We highlight these stories on our Pet Pawty Haven Blog through our segment, Rescue Story Sunday.
Every Sunday, we tell the story of how our fur-babies came to us. Some were adopted, others secured, and many were surrendered. Whether the babies were abandoned, bred at a puppy farm, or were voluntarily surrendered to us, we do not judge because our main focus is on giving the baby a loving home.
We do not advocate puppy farms or backyard breeding, or any activity that endangers an animal, such as fighting or other nefarious activities where the animal cannot give their consent. It sounds silly because they’re just animals, right? Wrong. They are sentient beings, who want to be loved and spoiled, just like we do.
Recently, we decided to start helping our volunteers to re-home some fur-babies they rescued. Though we are in Australia and working with our local network, we are working to build a worldwide network of animal rescuers. If you would like to be added to our list, please contact us today.
In the meantime, we will continue to build our local network and help as many animals find furever homes. Sometimes, for a multitude of reasons, a fur-child needs to be re-homed. We understand this and discourage people from judging others for making this decision.
Judging someone for making this decision is wrong. Let me explain: too many people abandon their fur-children because of the stigma that comes with the act. If society continues to hold re-homing against an individual or a family by shaming them and blocking their attempts to adopt another animal in the future, we are creating the perfect environment for dumping animals irresponsibly, as well as, encouraging the business of backyard breeding.
If you are a genuine animal lover, do not shame someone for deciding to re-home an animal responsibly. Help them to find their fur-baby a loving family. Yes, the fur-child will be confused and sad at first, but animals adapt really well. As long as they are in a loving home, they will adjust and be happier for the change.
On every Rescue Story Sunday post, we have the following message: At Ruby’s Ark, we give societies unwanted animals a forever loving home. We do not practice, nor do we encourage shamming or judging anyone for the circumstances in which the animals come to us. We believe the focus should be on giving every animal the time and love they all so richly deserve. We are simply telling each fur-child‘s story without judgment.
Sometimes, a family makes a heart-breaking decision to re-home their fur-baby for personal reasons and we applaud these individuals. Judging someone for realizing that they cannot give their fur-child the best home environment is not conducive and it most certainly should not be held against them. Animals are great at adapting, and most do so very quickly. Everyone is happy, healthy, and loved. Isn’t that what matters?
You are an animal lover if you are here, so let’s work together to make this world a better place for all fur-children.
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In addition to animal rescue, our nonprofit foundation has a blog dedicated to all things pets. Which is why we are so thrilled to announce the addition of The Ripal Effect blog as a segment of the Ruby's Ark blog.
The Ripal Effect began a few years ago and had a dedicated following because Ripal is a cheeky little rabbit who likes to ponder about a multitude of topics as he sways from side to side. His posts are informative and entertaining for the whole family.