St. Francis you loved all created things,calling them your brothers and sisters. You have been named the patron of the enviroment. Help me follow your example of caring for all of creation, for our air, water, forests and all creatures, particularly our pets.Watch over our world, and help me to care for all living things."I am my brothers keeper, and I will fight his fight.and speak the word for beast and bird, til the world shall set things right."
Girard LifeSaver is located in the small rural community of Girard, Georgia in Burke County. We are in a county the size of Rhode Island. We have no animal control and are in great need of foster or forever adoptive homes for the many animals we have in our rescue.
We serve Burke, Jenkins & Screven Counties and the entire CSRA of Georgia & South Carolina, but we welcome inquires from other areas of Georgia as well as out of state inquires. Transport can be arranged in some cases.
To know that one life has breathed easier ,because you have lived, is the true meaning of being a success. Don't breed or buy while homeless pets die, adopt a friend for LIFE
COMING SOON!! A mobile spay neuter van will be coming to our rescue location very soon and will offer spay/neuters at NO COST for up to 50 animals. We will post flyers and announce in the local newspaper the exact date when this is decided. This will be done on a first contact basis as we are sure there will be more than 50 animals needing fixed in our area. We will also post here on our web-site when this date is finalized. We strive daily to make a difference for the abused, neglected and abandoned animals in our community and beyond. Please consider taking advantage of this wonderful opportunity. We are planning on doing this every three months if all works out! This can make a huge difference in the amount of unwanted animals born in our county. If you have an animal needing spayed or neutered immediately please contact Old Fella Rescue in Waynesboro, Ga. who have grant money available to help those in need.
OUR FEATURED PET OF THE WEEK
This little girl was just surrendered to our rescue about two weeks ago. She
appears to be a corgi or corgi mix. Looks like she is about 3 and 1/2 months to
4 months in age. Very sweet but still a puppy and a bit distraught with the
change in environment. Very playful and sweet and those ears!! She will need
to be spayed and received her first parvo/distemper vaccine yesterday and
wormed. About twenty lbs. She is a stocky built little girl with short legs and
fat little feet. She is looking for her forever home.
Our Precious little LuLu went to her forever home on January 13th, 2014
We know she will be loved and cherished her whole life. Have a Great Life Izzy!! We Love You!
You may reach us in regard to any of our adoptable pets at: