Tiny Toes Rat Rescue of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Tiny Toes Rat Rescue of New Mexico, a 501(c)(3) non-profit
animal rescue, was formed in August 2010 because there
were no rat rescue resources in the state of New Mexico. As
of October 2014, we are still the only rat rescue. Because
New Mexico is the poorest state in the USA and the state
with the highest rate of animal abuse in the USA, there are
far less animal rescues here than in other states, and the
majority of those here are privately funded. Private funding
can support some animal rescues, but NOT animal rescues
like us that specialize in an animal that is misunderstood, the
subject of many myths, and considered to be disposable.
Sadly, even some New Mexico animal shelters consider rats
to be disposable. Some shelters don't accept rats at all and
some of those that do often euthanize them shortly after
intake. We partner with animal shelters that do take rats and
respond to their call for assistance within hours. We also
accept rats from individuals who chose to release them to us.
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