Comments Off on Our Cat House Build Was Featured on WDBJ7

Check out the story and how we help local outdoor cats!

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Comments Off on RAA Helps in Cold Weather

http://thenews-gazette.com/content/agencies-offer-assistance-during-cold-snap 

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Comments Off on RAA in the News-Gazette 11/22/2017

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Comments Off on Two Mauds Grant Awarded

Rockbridge Animal Alliance is excited to announce that we have been awarded $4,000 from the Two Mauds Foundation to continue offering $30 spay/neuter plus a rabies shot for hounds/mixes, pit bulls/mixes and dogs over 50 lbs (income limits apply). A special thank you to our partner vets The WellPet GroupBlue Ridge Animal Clinic and Lexington Animal Hospital for making this possible. To date, our program has helped fix 190 dogs for $30 or less. http://roc...

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Comments Off on Domino’s Fundraiser

Thank you to everyone that came out to support Rockbridge Animal Alliance’s programs by ordering from the Lexington Domino’s!  Great food + great cause = win-win!  A special thanks to owner Rush Earman and his hardworking team.

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Comments Off on RAA at Mountain Day

We had some fun at Mountain Day, meeting dogs–oh yeah, and people–and raising money for our local initiatives.

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Comments Off on Pet Appreciation at Tractor Supply

Successful day at Tractor Supply Co.! Thank you for the support!

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We had a great time at the Community Festival with our human and animal friends from Cats Unlimited and Gidget’s Promise K9 Rescue and see our friends in the community.

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Comments Off on RAA and Cats Unlimited Receive W&L Grant

Thank you Washington and Lee Community Grants Committee for awarding Rockbridge Animal Alliance and Cats Unlimited $1,000 for our low-cost spay/neuter programs!

https://columns.wlu.edu/washington-and-lee-announces-may-community-grants-3/

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Comments Off on Hooray For Two Mauds

These dogs were fixed thanks to generous support from Two Mauds, Inc. Thank you to the board in honor of Dr. Dallas Pratt, who wanted the foundation to support innovative programs that directly prevent or alleviate the suffering of animals and that are carried out by smaller organizations, just like RAA!

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