Call Toll Free 1.888.473.RPAL (7725) OR Help@R-PAL.org
RPAL currently serves 186 Members of the Rescue Shelter community. Collectively they are supporting 8,760 Companion Animals EVERYDAY while they await their forever homes. (4,876 Dogs, 3,784 Cats & 100 Ferrets). RPAL goal is to provide a variety of resources to our members including but not limited to food, medical supplies, treats, toys, bedding, crates, kennels, Adoption Aids, fundraising opportunities for members, microchips, education and just so much more. All of these items are either FREE or are offered at highly discounted rates to the RPAL Members. RPAL has NO Benefactor, is an All Volunteeer organization and we rely on the generous support of our supporters, donors and our minimal program services fees to Help Us Help Them! We Greatly Appreciate and Thank you for your Support!
Medical Supplies (Syringes, Needles, IV Sets, Catherters and more), Vetericyn, John Paul Pet Wipes, Iodine Shampoo, Disposible Potty Pads, Toys and more were delivered to Central Oklahoma Humane Society and the Animal Rescource Center to assist in Helping People & Animals in Need. Thank you so very much for all our supporters that are always there to Help Us Help Them!
Also, a Very Big All Paws Up to Purina "Pets for People" for providing a variety of pet food and litter through the Purina Pets for People Emergency Response and Disaster Relief Program.
Helped several times in 2013 from assisting RPAL Members with severe health issues as well as during 2 (two) different Puppy Mill Owners Surrendered a large quantity of dogs and short term food aid was needed. Each ermegency request for food is handled on a case by case basis.
Hooray! RPAL exceeded the 1.5 million pound mark on March, 2013 and we would like to take this opportunity to Thank the many supporters that have helped us help them! We could not do this without your help and support! ALL PAWS UP!
Please Help Us Help Them and Shop for all your pet related products at www.NonProfitPetStore.org
Rescued Pets Eat FREE with Muenster www.muenstermilling.com
>For every bag of Muenster Natural Dog Food you buy RPAL gets another 1 pound of dog food. To find a store close to you go to
>Adopt a dog or cat from a RPAL member and RPAL will receive another 1 pound of dog food.
>Do you know a specific RPAL Rescue or Shelter Member and you want to get them food? If yes, just click on any one of the donate buttons on the right, put the name of the Rescue or Shelter you would like to receive food and we will insure they get that food added to their other donations.
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donate to. This is such a simple, easy way you can Help Us Help Them!
Hooray! RPAL exceeded the 1 million pound mark on March 15, 2012 and we would like to take this opportunity to Thank the many supporters that have helped us help them! We could not do this without your help and support! ALL PAWS UP!!!!!!
RPAL Emergency Dog & Cat food reserves have been shared with the Tornado victims in North Texas with over 1,000 pounds of dog & cat food distributed.
We are so very pleased to announce RPAL has been awarded five (5) different grants in November & December of 2011 to help support our mission to "Help People & Animals in Need". Thank you to ASPCA, Petco Foundation, Build-A-Bear Bear Hugs Foundation, Glide Foundation and PetSafe Ethos Fund. 100% of all proceeds went to purchase dog & cat food and was distributed FREE to the RPAL Network Members that are collectively feeding as of this writing 6,241 companion animals Every Day!
RPAL idea that achieves $9,000.00 Emergency Spay/Neuter funding **Click Here to Read how RPAL played a role in that success
In 2011, RPAL decided to focus exclusively on the Rescued Pet Food Bank program that serves the Rescue/Shelter community as well as providing Disaster Relief to those in need. Since 2009, this program has distributed over 935,693 pounds of dog and cat food as well as other pet related products to a network that is currently comprised of 100 Rescues, Shelters and Independent Rescuers that are collectively feeding 7,244 pets on average EVERY DAY (4,780 dogs, 2364 cats, and 100 ferrets) while they await their forever homes. Additionally, RPAL Rescued Pet Food Bank responds to disaster request all over the State of Texas and maintains an emergency reserve of food & medical supplies should the need arise we will respond immediately.
R-PAL (Rescued Pet Adoption League) is a Non-Profit 501c3 Animal Welfare Texas Corporation that was established in April, 2007. RPAL program synergy is created by a team of Positive People Creating Positive Results for People & Animals in Need. Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to working with you!
RPAL "HELPS YOU HELP THEM!" THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Bravo was hit by a car and left unable to walk, yet still alive! He was in the middle of eastbound Interstate 20 when CLAW of Canton rescued him
Meet Mr. Bean, he was dumped on the side of the road with his siblings left to be run over or eaten by Coyotes, RPAL Rescue Team Saved Him!
Meet "Harley". I saw him laying in a ditch on the side of the highway in October of last year. I thought he was dead. As I approached him, he tried to stand up and get away but didn't have the strength to move very fast. I picked him up and rushed him to our Vet. He was severely emaciated, dehydrated, anemic, and was loaded with fleas and ticks. We got him on IV fluids, antibiotics, removed all ticks and de-flead. Of course he tested HW positive, so as soon as he was healthy enough, he received treatment. Here he is today, living the high life with me and watching over my little "foster babies" just as Pyrenes' love to do:)
Rowlett Animal Adoption
"Helping the Helpless"
ALL PAWS UP To our Product Supporters and Please take a moment to click on the links below to check out the Rescue/Shelter tested and recommended products for your pet.
Fromm Family Foods ohn Paul Pet Products
Texas Metro Wildlife
Grand Prairie Fire Dept.
Plum Crazy Ranch
North Texas Rescue/Shelter Community