HealthyMouth LLC believes that ALL animals from the pampered -- to the ones left behind deserve a healthy mouth and the opportunity to have a better, happier, and longer life.
HealthyMouth LLC is committed to "putting our money where our mouths are" and giving back to the animals that desperately need dental care and to the charitable organizations that have provided these animals sanctuary until they can find homes. To read some more about our commitment, read this press release about healhtymouthTM and horses!
Recognizing that, every pet deserves a healthy mouth, HealthyMouth LLC will donate healthymouthTM to selected rescue organizations with the belief that shelter animals will be more readily adopted if they are in better overall health and exhibit fewer behavioral problems caused by chronic mouth pain from periodontal disease.
If you are a Charitable 501(C) Organization for dog, cats or horses, please call 310-351-1343, as we offer special "Rescue Friends" pricing and healthymouthTM donations based on a cause by cause basis.
Hemopet has been a leader in pet health care and greyhound rescue services for more than 20 years.
Established the first non-profit national animal blood bank and set new standards for safe and effective transfusion medicine.
Rescued and re-homed more than 1500 greyhound dogs from the racing industry and placed them as family companions.
Initiated innovative programs that educate children, people with special needs and the general public about companion animal care.
Developed Hemolife, the only pet diagnostic health laboratory for individualized diagnoses that consider age, sex, breed type and activity of the animal.
At Hemopet, we use novel, 'green', patented non-RIA technology never offered before in veterinary medicine.
KITTEN RESCUE was founded in the spring of 1997 and has grown to become one of the
largest and most respected rescue groups in Los Angeles. We are a non-profit, totally
volunteer run organization devoted to finding loving new homes for unwanted and
abandoned cats and kittens. KITTEN RESCUE volunteers place approximately 1,000 cats
and kittens into new homes every year!
In March 2006, KITTEN RESCUE realized one of its long-standing dreams when it
acquired its very own private, no-kill shelter in the Atwater Village area of Los Angeles.
The KITTEN RESCUE SANCTUARY is a shelter and boarding facility that can house up to 150
cats. The Sanctuary has a full time staff as well as numerous volunteers who provide
care, love and socialization for the cats housed there. KITTEN RESCUE also operates
permanent adoption installations at the Pasadena PETCO and Canoga Park PetSmart, where cats are housed on a
full-time basis. KITTEN RESCUE volunteers provide all of the care of these animals.
Our Unique Services
The majority of KITTEN RESCUE's animals live in volunteer foster homes until they are adopted. Our volunteers care
for bottle babies, moms with litters, cats that need socialization and sick and injured animals. Prior to adoption, all
of our cats are:
spayed and neutered
tested for feline leukemia and FIV
treated for fleas
We also offer education and assistance to the public regarding all aspects of responsible pet ownership, care of
kittens and cats, the importance of spaying and neutering and the proper maintenance and care of feral colonies.
During "kitten season", volunteers teach bottle feeding classes for people who want to care for unweaned kittens.
We distribute City of Los Angeles spay / neuter coupons and host periodic spay / neuter events for feral cats. We
hold weekly adoption events at a number of pet stores across the Los Angeles area. Adoptable pets are also
posted on our web site.
Recently, KITTEN RESCUE became the beneficiary of a living trust for a dilapidated
animal shelter in the Antelope Valley. The elderly owner has partnered with
KITTEN RESCUE in order to ensure his animals will be taken care of after he passes
away. The property houses approximately 60 cats, 75 dogs, two pigs and
numerous chickens and roosters. It will take a tremendous amount of work to
clean up the property and improve the living conditions of the animals there, but
KITTEN RESCUE hopes that this new shelter can become a key rescue location in an
area where there is serious animal overpopulation and sparse veterinary care.
In 2008, KITTEN RESCUE spent approximately $300,000 on the animals it its care,
and that amount is expected to grow each year as we increase in size and services become more expensive.
KITTEN RESCUE's goal is to help Los Angeles become a no-kill city.
At the Humane Society of New York the quality of each animal's life is paramount. The Humane Society of New York, long noted for its innovative approach and pioneer attitude to animal care; including providing critical teeth cleanings is reflected in its partnerships with companies equally committed to developing breakthrough products that can make a real difference in a pet's quality of life and longevity.
The Humane Society of New York has been selected by Healthymouth LLC to be the first recipient of our healthymouth-to-the-Rescue!TM give-back initiative. Partnering with the Humane Society of New York, HealthyMouth LLC will donate healthymouthTM product to the Humane Society providing their rescues with the same essential daily dental care available to our own beloved pets.
By improving the health condition of a rescue's mouth, we believe we will improve their overall health and quality of life. Behavioral problems caused by years of chronic dental disease pain will be alleviated, making their lives happier and longer. Our ultimate goal is to give rescues a greater opportunity to find the loving homes they deserve.
healthymouth-to-the-Rescue!TM looks forward to sharing many healthymouthTM success stories of animals under the care of the Humane Society of New York and showcasing for adoption these wonderful dogs and cats.
- Karen, Ping Pong, the Humane Society of New York, and animals in need