Doing What is Right,

Not What is Easy

License # - MN469366

So far our program has been in operation since September 2016 and has saved hundreds of animals. 

Fur Ever Home Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non profit, so all donations are tax deductible.  

You can contribute towards the Healing Haven by donating via PayPal (note it is for the Healing Haven).

Located in Zimmerman, MN 55398

Healing Haven

We have also learned that many of the behavioral cases we take on simply do not display the worrisome behaviors they were exhibiting in a shelter environment once they get settled into a foster home - sometimes it only takes a matter of hours.  With these things in mind we decided we had to change up the game a bit and think outside of the box. That is why we created our outreach program. With this program we can house animals that are in urgent need that other rescues cannot accommodate.

​We facilitate a proper decompression period, do behavioral evaluations, provide needed medical treatment, and come up with a plan to help them be their best selves. When appropriate, we can then move them on to another rescue that may have appropriate foster placement or put them up for adoption. Then there are those animals that just are either not a good fit for a typical family home or they have needs that are more challenging to accommodate and that is why we also offer sanctuary. For those that may need a place to call home Fur-Ever.​

Learn more about some of the animals at our sanctuary on our "Sponsor Me" page.

In 2013 our founder decided to start a rescue a bit different than the others.  She wanted to focus on helping the harder cases ... urgent medical needs, behavior cases - animals that needed a little more effort than the majority. 

We have stayed true to that vision while keeping quality medical and behavioral care our number one priority.  Through all of this we have learned that no matter what animals we may want to help, it is always a battle with finding an open and appropriate foster home for that animal to go to. Especially when you are dealing with urgent cases where an animal needs to get into a vet immediately.  Waiting for a foster home to step up is not time we have in these emergency cases.   â€‹