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Bounce Animal Rescue is a nonprofit organization focused on rescuing and transitioning displaced domestic animals into their ideal homes. Bounce places heavy emphasis on quality veterinary care, nutrition, spay/neuter programs, education, and compatible adoptions.
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To rescue and transition displaced domestic animals into their ideal homes.
Leading rescue innovation by adding significant value to the lives of animals and the community.
Bounce is a 501 (c)(3) so all donations are tax-deductible and help us achieve our mission.
Where is your shelter?
Bounce Animal Rescue is unique in that we do not have a physical facility, and instead, we are 100% foster-based. This means, all of our animals live within people’s homes throughout the state of Colorado. We are very fortunate to have this type of system as this allows animals to land in a temporary home and start on basic training and home etiquette. It also allows us to better match up animals with adopters, as we get to learn the specifics of their personalities.
Because we do not have a shelter, we host weekly Saturday adoption events from 10am-1pm at Pet Supplies Plus (Front Range Village, 2912 Council Tree Ave #100, Fort Collins, 80525), in which all of our adoptable animals come together.
We do offer midweek private adoption appointments for approved applicants pending staff, foster home, and vetting schedules. (If interested in viewing multiple animals at one time, we encourage you to attend our adoption events!)
Where do you get your animals?
Annually, we rescue over 1,000 animals displace animals from high-kill shelters, owner relinquishments, puppy mills, and hoarding cases.
What vetting is provided by the rescue?
Our animals come with up-to-date vaccinations, spay/neuter, heartworm and 4dx testing (for dogs 6+ months), feline leukemia testing (for cats), and microchip!
Bounce Animal Rescue is unique in that we take on a multitude of cases that many organizations or shelters cannot. Because of this, many of our animals may also come with extensive vetting, such as dentals, heartworm treatments, mass removals, orthopedic surgeries, etc. All medical information is discussed with the adopter prior to adoption. All medical records are released with the adopter at the time of adoption.