- No Kill Nation -
NON PROFIT RESCUE, West Palm Beach, FL.Please Donate - All donations go towards the animals and their care.
Our focus and purpose:
Felines - concentrating on rehabilitation and special needs Sanctuary. The demand is overwhelming, as we are presently at capacity. Our goal is to rehabilitate and get them adopted. The reality is that many here at the rescue that are unadoptable or special needs and have sanctuary here now.
Disabilities include: blind, cancer and hospice care, brain injuries and neurological challenges, heart disease, mobility challenges, renal failure, spinal injuries and chronic illness, amputees, behavioral challenges and asthmatics to name a few.
Equines - Our rehabilitation program is limited. Updates are always on the FaceBook page.
Thank you again for your interest and support in our mission to save the animals.
Sincerely, Dana Caplan, President
Legal Notice: A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the division of consumer services by calling (800) 435-7352, within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state. Refer to CH46565
- Our Mission -
To rehabilitate animals, or assist with other pet owners animals after surgeries working with your Vet.Our adoption program consists of networking and social media, along with occasional public adoption events. We also offer special needs Volunteers the opportunity to assist with care of the animals. It is always our primary aim to find great homes for the “adoptable” animals, but some will have a permanent home/sanctuary here due to physical problems that render them un-adoptable.
We need as much support as possible to feed, care and house these animals. All of your donations are greatly appreciated, and 100% of donations will go to the rescue for feed, housing, Vet care, supplies, PT, construction, expansion and improvements.
Tiki Kiti & Poni Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to giving abandoned, sick, paralyzed/mobility challenged, brain injured, ferals and abused animals a second chance at life.