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How to Donate Blankets, Toys, Treats and Towels to our Animal Super Sanctuary

We would love to have extra linens and supplies; we go through tons- literally- every day! Many followers ask if they can send food, blankets, toys, treats and towels to our Sanctuary. The answer is Yes! We ask that you please send

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Every cat in this house was rescued form certain death

Our 800 cats live in three dozen air-conditioned indoor and outdoor catteries where they each enjoy three meals a day. The formerly feral cats now have a cozy place to sleep, and climbing trees to play on! We do not

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If people only realized how short the animals’ lives are . . .

Dr. Brown and I were reflecting on how many times we have watched puppies or kittens live a full life here, and then grow old and die. So many lifetimes. So many of our kids. Thousands. The upshot of our

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Looking To Expand Volunteer Fire Brigade

The Sand Fire of July 2016 cost us a lot of money. We had to pay our staff for being there around the clock for days. We also had to pay the ex-firemen who manned our sanctuary engines and pumps

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Making Significant Contributions To Veterinary Medicine

Dr Gaylord Brown

In 1997 Leo Grillo received the EL BLANCO AWARD from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine for establishing the worlds first kidney dialysis center for dogs and cats. Since then DELTA Rescue and it’s two state-of-the-art hospitals with Chief Veterinarian Dr.

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Providing a warm, safe place to sleep for a frightened, hurting little animal

Frightened little “Purdy” was abandoned . . . and pregnant. Are you sitting in a comfortable chair inside your familiar living space, reading this? Maybe you are enjoying a cup of coffee or tea as you read? Do me a

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Another example of what our mission is all about. . .

Mocha man getting belly rub

Anyone can say they rescue animals, and they can brag about finding them homes too . . . the Internet if full of them . . . . . . but we know from paid research we did years ago

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Become A Partner In The War Against Pet Abandonment

At D.E.L.T.A. Rescue — we don’t just talk about an animal issue, we do something about it! Because talk alone doesn’t feed the hungry or heal the wounded . . . only direct rescue work does. When you help this

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Aldo is happy, but always worried his forever home will disappear.

Can you imagine that this sweet dog, Aldo, was 4-years-old when we found him barely surviving in the merciless deep desert, where he had contracted tick fever? As you know, tick fever is the equivalent of a bacterial rat poison.

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e-Vet ALERT: Canine Influenza

Canine influenza is a relatively new infection in dogs. It is caused by 2 serotypes H3N8 and the less frequent H3N2. The signs are an acute respiratory infection manifested by a soft moist cough, nasal discharge, lack of appetite, and

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