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Brother Wolf Press Release – Hurricane Florence Transports

For Immediate Release Contact: Audrey Lodato Director of Animal Care Cell: 845-849-8994 Email: Audrey@bwar.org High resolution photos and videos available here: goo.gl/tmbEay Brother Wolf Animal Rescue Evacuates Carolina Shelters Ahead of Florence (Van loaded with dogs and cats leaving from Winnsboro, South Carolina on September 12th) (September 13, 2018 – Asheville, North Carolina) – Brother […]

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Hurricane Florence: We’re Already Saving Lives

As I’m sure you know by now, Hurricane Florence is quickly approaching and is threatening to hit the Carolina coast with a Category 4 force in a few days — an event that will displace whole communities of people, destroy property, cause unthinkable environmental devastation due to the flooding of polluted lagoons at North Carolina’s […]

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Meet Frack!

Last year, a puppy named Frack was found and brought to us with injuries after being hit by a car. Shortly after, he also broke with parvovirus, an illness that often kills unvaccinated dogs if not treated. Either of these issues could have ended his life, but he refused to give up. He was a […]

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Elgee’s Amazing Mountaintop Rescue

 Boy, do I have a story that will be sure to warm your heart!  About a week ago, our staff and volunteers began hearing reports of a domestic cat being spotted in an unlikely locale — on the top of Looking Glass Rock in Brevard, NC! It wasn’t clear how he had ended up […]

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Brownie’s New Wheels!

Our NeighborCorps program is an essential part of sustaining the No-Kill community we have worked so hard to build over the past 11 years. Through this pet retention program, we work with community members to provide the support necessary to help keep pets happy, healthy, and safe in their loving homes, and from ever entering the […]

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BWAR Helps Dog With Parvo Receive Urgent Care

By Karen Parker, Rutherford County Chapter Manager It takes more than a good adoption program to build a No-Kill community. That’s why Brother Wolf also works equally as hard to keep pets at home with their loving families whenever possible to lessen the strain on county shelters who may resort to euthanizing for space. Bear, […]

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Kitten Saved from Roadway

By Kelly McPeek-Mullins, Dickenson County Chapter Manager When you are involved in animal rescue work, your mind is never far away from saving the lives of countless animals who may die without your help. While traveling with my family over Labor Day weekend last year, I saw a small, furry creature laying in the center […]

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Spring Kitten Shower: You’re Invited!

Join Brother Wolf Animal Rescue and other animal lovers on Saturday April 7th from noon-3pm at the Asheville Outlets on Brevard Road for our second annual Kitten Shower! This fun, family-friendly event will help Brother Wolf prepare for kitten season, which will bring 1,300 cute, cuddly — and expensive! — kittens into their care. Last […]

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Young Volunteer Works Tirelessly for the Animals

By Caitlin Campbell, Community Outreach Manager Jeremy has befriended and protected animals for most of his life and has volunteered for Brother Wolf as an animal caretaker since 2014. At just 16 years old, Jeremy is an inspiring role model for living compassionately. We’re so lucky to have his youthful energy and passion for the animals! […]

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