L.O.L.A.'S Rescue is a volunteer, non-profit animal rescue organization. We are based in Littleton Colorado, providing services for Colorado and surrounding states. Our rescue was founded on the idea of being able to save as many at risk animals as possible from uncertain futures, while upholding the highest regard and values for animals in our care. Our concentration is on animals from high kill shelters and at risk animals in abuse, neglect and abandonment situations. Reducing the number of euthanasia's, (due to overcrowding), in our shelters and surrounding areas. We rehabilitate these animals so they can be placed in amazing, loving homes without the threat of an uncertain future.
We have relocated and re-homed thousands of animals. In the last 5 years alone, we have successfully placed over 1500 animals in forever homes. Working to drastically reduce the number of unwanted litters and homeless animals, who are being euthanized due to overpopulation. We also provide public education on the importance of spaying /neutering and information about local low-cost or free resources. We specialize in large and giant breed dogs and those animals in need of particular medical care and rehabilitation. Our program has recently expanded to accepting cats and kittens.
We are consistently growing our network of reliable, trained foster families. Our foster families allow for an increased intake of animals that are in need, providing a safe, comfortable home environment to prepare these animals for adoption.
We are a small rescue striving to make a difference in not only the lives of animals but in the people who adopt them. We operate solely on the donations and support from our community. We are very proud of the relationship and reputation; we have built within our community and surrounding areas.
Our organization was founded 6 years ago, as a result of seeing the overwhelming need for places to safely foster and provide care for homeless or unwanted animals. We saw how many shelters were struggling with space, and how little resources were available to people struggling to care for their animals, all of this resulting in astronomical numbers of adoptable animals being euthanized. Our original goal with nothing but our own personal savings was to save 15 dogs in the first year, with support from the community we were able to save 68 that year! Now with help and support from our community and further we have expanded to helping cats and have been part of over 2000 lives saved with our efforts. Our goals for the years to come are to continue the amazing rate of success we have created, in hopes of one day being able to provide a sanctuary living situation, short and long term, with exponential space and resources to not have to ever turn animals in need away.
Amanda M-Brush Colorado:I just started fostering for LOLA's. Everyone has been really nice and my foster puppies are so much fun. I think the rescue communicates really well.
Todd and Luci-I'd like to say thank you to Belle's foster mom and the staff at L.O.L.A. Belle is now Isabel and has made a great addition to our family. Well behaved and eager to learn, she has brought some playfulness back to our 10 year old lab/Shepard mix, Rafferty. This is our second rescue dog. We would encourage anyone looking for a pet to adopt a rescue animal! These animals have so much love to give and just need a chance to shine.
Todd & Luci
Jessica P-Pepper was clearly very well taken care of! She loves everyone and every creature she meets, rarely barks, and has not had 1 accident in the home! I feel very grateful to have her in my life!