An essential part of building no-kill communities is doing what we can to keep animals out of shelters and in their loving homes whenever possible.
In December, Brother Wolf rescued a dog named Callie from a high-kill shelter in McDowell County. Once her mom, Julie, realized Callie was in our care, she reached out to us in an attempt to get her back. It turns out that thieves had broken into Julie’s home just before Christmas, stealing everything they could — including gifts for her […]
In February, a member of our community reached out to us for help. His dog, Peter, had darted into a busy road and been hit by a car, shattering his hip. Steven knew he couldn’t afford the expensive surgery to get Peter back on his feet.
He feared he would have to make the decision to euthanize his friend.
Because of the NeighborCorps program, we were able to give Peter the care he needed. NeighborCorps is the backbone of our no-kill mission. Through this program, Brother Wolf staff […]
Benton Rooks builds and renovates homes. His company, RBR Construction Group, has grown into a successful, established company since he moved to Brevard area several years ago. His work comes from new homes as well as renovations. His two labs, Lincoln and Lilly, routinely go to work with him. “All my guys know my dogs” he says. Lincoln came into his life 11 years ago, and Lilly more recently, as a result of one of Brother Wolf’s foster parents. He learned more about Brother […]
Suzanne Q. Evon in her studio
Suzanne Q. Evon, a former commercial model and current fine jewelry designer, has been a supporter of Brother Wolf Animal Rescue for several years. She and her husband had been supporters of many charities, and finally decided the best use of their time and resources was to make a substantial commitment to one deserving organization. Q, her husband, and friends had been aware of Brother Wolf and its community impact. Impressed with Brother Wolf volunteers’ obvious love and commitment […]