Heart and Home
Established in honor of
Ace, a stray in Wisconsin
See them here:
Fosters at the
Some dogs that come in to
our rescue program carry a bit more "baggage" than
others. They may have chronic health problems
which might require an unusual amount of care, expense,
or they may be elderly and not easily adapt to new
situations. Special foster homes have opened their
hearts and homes to these dogs. JNMRF continues to
provide veterinary care for these dogs and the foster
families provide the love and home.
If you can't adopt
or foster and would like to
help dogs who are harder to find homes for, please
consider sending a donation for their lifelong care.
Dogs often need more than one sponsor depending on a
number of things. Ask if your favorite might
benefit from your help. You can use our Paypal link or mail a donation to JNMRF,
P.O. Box 65, Mendenhall, PA 19357. Thank you from
all those who will benefit from your caring.
Meet a few of them now.
Curley Sue Destiny
Severe separation anxiety
could not make the adjustment to a new home so she has
entered the Furever Foster program with JNMRF.
She's back in the only home in which she has been able
to relax since she was rescued from a shelter.
There she will continue to enjoy the company of other
dogs and her foster mom, furever.
Thank you Lue!
Senior girl orphaned when adopters passed from cancer
Severe skin problems when stressed.
Thank you Nancy for caring for her.
Thank you Pam & Tom for giving her a final home.
Multiple congenital malformations in hips and legs
to many people for contributing to her surgical costs
Thank you Sarah for fostering through surgery.
Thank you Andrea and Jim for being the right forever
foster home for her.
Thank you Steve and Cindi
overweight, eyelid tumor, dental issues
Heartworm disease with cardiac/pulmonary complications