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From Hoarding to Home

No-Kill communities are a result of hard work and communities banding together to support each other in our efforts to save lives. That’s why we didn’t hesitate to act when our friends at Haywood County Shelter needed our help after rescuing 20 dogs from a hoarding situation. By transporting 7 of the dogs into our care at Brother Wolf, we […]

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Brother Wolf’s Mobile Clinic Surpasses 1,000 Surgeries

PRESS RELEASE (Asheville, NC – February 28, 2019) Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is excited to announce that their mobile clinic has spayed and neutered more than 1,000 dogs and cats since the program launched in November 2018. The mobile spay/neuter clinic was founded to serve communities throughout western North Carolina who may otherwise not have […]

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Leadership Transition at Brother Wolf Animal Rescue

  Our Founder and President, Denise Bitz, has announced her resignation from Brother Wolf, effective in early February. This planned, mutual decision between the Board and Bitz will allow her to pursue her passion in vegan advocacy, while ensuring the stability and longevity of the organization through the appointment of a new Executive Director. “I’m so grateful […]

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Thank You for an Amazing Year

Thank you so much for the support and compassion you showed to animals this year. Each and every volunteer, foster, donor, adopter, and advocate came together to improve the lives of  more than 6,000 animals! Please enjoy this video that shows just how much of an incredible impact you’ve made.

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A day in my life as community cat manager

As Brother Wolf’s Field Operations Manager, I spend my days helping animals and people in our community and beyond. You may know me from the disaster relief work I do through our Rapid Response program. The work I do at home often flies under the radar but that doesn’t make it any less important. On a typical […]

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Cruelty case survivor thrives!

As the Director of Animal Care, I oversee the staff and daily operations of our Adoption Center on Glendale Avenue and our chapter locations through our No-Kill Community Development Initiative. The work we’re doing, both locally and afar, is nothing short of extraordinary. No matter the time of day, our Adoption Center is always bustling […]

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