Our MissionBobbi and the Strays believes that animals deserve our love, compassion, and respect. Our purpose is to undertake rescue operations and to provide essential care for orphaned, stray, abused and special needs cats and dogs. Through rehabilitation, socialization and adoption, we endeavor to provide a humane service to all animals that come into our care. Additionally we generate awareness about the prevention of animal abuse and neglect as well as spay/neuter programs and their important effect on the dog and cat overpopulation crisis.
Bobbi and the Strays’ has dedicated staff and volunteers who help rescue, foster, and care for the animals. Other volunteers coordinate fundraising & adoption events and contribute to special projects as well as complete routine administrative tasks. Find Out More
SPAY & NEUTER
Millions of pets are euthanized in US shelters year. Even with more people choosing to adopt rather than buy, there is simply not enough homes for all the animals. While ten thousand humans are born every day, 70,000 puppies and kittens are born. The only way to keep the pet population under control is for owners to spay and neuter their pets.
Sunshine came to us from a terrible situation. She lived a tethered outside existence, she was emaciated, terrified, sick and nursing 6 puppies. In the 2 weeks we have had her, she has made tremendous strides. Her 6 adorable puppies are up for adoption. Please visit them on our website.
Another letter arrived thanking Bobbi for rescuing Nellie. Jennifer adopted Nellie, a shepherd mix, from Bobbi 11 years ago. Nellie has made Jennifer’s life so happy and she loves her so much; Nellie is such a kind, sweet dog with a beautiful soul. Unfortunately, Nellie was diagnosed with a brain tumor and her time is now limited. Once again, all of the hard work rescuing these animals has made such a tremendously positive difference in so many animal and human lives.
Over 11 years ago, Fluffy, renamed Spencer Houdini, was adopted from Bobbi And The Strays. She was a white poodle, who was adopted by an 88 year old woman named Catherine. Catherine’s daughters, Penny and Susan, wrote heartfelt letters of praise and thanks. Spencer went everywhere with Catherine; they were inseparable for 10 years. They gave each other love, companionship and so much more. After Catherine passed away in 2014 at the age of 98, Penny took Spencer, and after Spencer went through a very long mourning period, Penny and Spencer did everything together until Spencer passed away in 2015. The letters profusely thanked Bobbi for all the years of joy that Spencer, their mother and they themselves had together. And they thanked Bobbi for rescuing all of these special animals.