|The Ginger’s Fund program was established to help the victims of cruelty and neglect. Prior to “Ginger’s Fund” animals seized in cruelty/neglect cases were often euthanized due to the cost involved and no where to go. The authorities wanted to see this change so they asked for help and “Ginger’s Fund” began to emerge.
Our goal is to help the animals in need, get them healthy, spayed/neutered, and placed into homes or with reputable rescue groups. The animals are the victims in these cases, we are dedicated to making sure their former owners are tried and prosecuted and that the animals all go into wonderful homes where they will never have to worry about being hungry, beaten, thirsty, or out in the elements all alone without any protection ever again.
We also believe that public education on proper animal care is essential so we also teach a monthly Responsible Pet Care class that animal offenders are court ordered to take. Violations range from leash laws violations to cruelty cases. We teach basic pet care and we have guest speakers that come in to go over all of the local & state animal welfare laws and also to educate the offenders on programs available to them in case they need help with their pets in the future.