Animal Rescue Corps does not directly foster or adopt out the animals we rescue. Our primary focus is on large-scale rescue operations and cruelty cases. Typically, a large number of animals enter our care at one time. We provide all the medical, enrichment, and daily care necessary while we work with law enforcement to secure custody. Once the animals are cleared to be placed in homes, we do that through our network of placement partners: pre-approved 501c3 non-profit shelters and rescues where these animals will continue their journey to a loving home.
This process allows ARC to focus on the crucial need for solutions to large-scale situations of animal suffering, and also leverages the strengths of our many trusted placement partners who specialize in adoption. This ensures the best outcomes for the animals. It allows ARC to match animals to partners who have the right resources and demand for that type of animal and also makes sure that no single region of the country bears the impact of large rescue operations. Instead, the animals are distributed into many different high-adoption areas, avoiding overburdening local resources with large numbers of animals.