Morris Animal Refuge (MAR) is in dire need of universal microchip scanners. These microchip scanners help MAR easily scan and identify animals. They also make it easier to keep track of animals in their care as well as identifying lost or missing animals and reuniting them with their owners.
So, to help them pay for the microchip scanners, I'll do the #OneChipChallenge once we reach our goal!
Every donation goes a long way to helping improve animals' lives!
About the org:
Founded in 1874, the Morris Animal Refuge (MAR) is America’s First Animal Shelter. We are committed to adoption, education and high-quality care, and as an open admission shelter, we have never turned an animal away.As the only privately funded (non-animal control) open admission shelter in Philadelphia (and one of the few remaining in the country), MAR provides care for a wide range of animals, from those ready for placement in a new home to those exhibiting severe behavioral, medical, or aggression issues that aren’t able to immediately be placed. While we are dedicated to our mission of never turning an animal away, we are also committed to reducing unnecessary euthanasia and ensuring that every animal that enters our care is given a chance at a loving home. Our hard work has paid off - and today we are happy to report that we have a 97% Save Rate!
Open AdmissionAs an open admission shelter, the Morris Animal Refuge admits all animals, regardless of age, health, behavior, breed, or species. We believe that always providing an animal a place to go is central to fulfilling our role in animal welfare, in Philadelphia and nationally. We believe that always providing owners with this option is central to supporting our community and ensuring no animal is left without care.