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Our Mission

To educate and engage communities on how animal welfare is everybody's responsibility. If we all do a little a lot gets done!

The mission of ReelTime Animal Rescue is to promote animal wellness, provide education, and establish a funding channel for caregivers and organizations on the front lines of animal cruelty, wildlife rehabilitation and placement. Southern California Pomeranian Rescue receives 100% of the funds you donate to our organization via our direct donation link here:

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About Us

Southern California Pomeranian Rescue was recognized in 2009 as a 501(c)3 non-profit. We provide medical, behavioral, and rehabilitative care to more than 20 sick, injured, and abandoned animals daily, while they await their forever home. We are a volunteer-run, group of Pomeranian lovers utilizing our unique talents to bring awareness and hope to the ever-growing displaced pet population. We are not funded by the state, city, or federal government. The majority of our work is paid for by individual contributions. We could not do what we do without the generous support of the public.
Bakersfield Strays
SCPR recently took in a pomeranian from R.A.D. Rescue, who helps to feed and water the stray dogs in Bakersfield, and we became aware of the truly heartbreaking dumping crisis. We wanted to help and called the project 'Bakersfield Strays'.

Bakersfield Strays is a coalition of rescue groups with the following goals:
1. To work on getting the dogs trapped, medical care, and then placed. As of July 14, we have trapped, vetted, and currently have contained 26 dogs (these dogs can be seen at bakersfieldstrays.org).
2. Work with city and county to enforce current animal laws, and encourage more spay and neuter events in the areas that are not offering that support. Our hope is to not fill these areas again with abandoned dogs.
3. Make resources available, to the surrounding communities, in Spanish and English to help with animal husbandry, spay/neuters, parasite control, inoculations, and rehoming.

ISSUE AT HAND -- After having these 26 dogs go through trapping, vetting, and boarding, the sticking point we are running up against is the placement of the dogs. We are holding off on trapping more (an estimated 100 or so) until we can secure placement.

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14252 Culver Drive
Suite A-281
Irvine, CA 90264
(818) 383-3391