Posted May 14, 2018 09:00:00 The animals of Carolinas are among the most endangered in the world.
Many of the animal shelters and rescue groups that have been set up around the state offer a place for the public to make donations to support their rescue efforts.
The Carolinas Animal Rescue League (CARL) is an organization of volunteer animal rescuers and animal lovers, and their rescue mission is to make the lives of animals better for humans.
CARL is part of the Northwest Veterinary Hospital (NWVH), which is a nonprofit hospital in Atlanta that has been helping the animal community in Atlanta for more than a century.
It is also a non-profit organization.
As part of CARL’s rescue mission, it is also committed to supporting the recovery of all of the animals that are euthanized by the Atlanta Animal Care and Control Agency (AACCA) every year.
The shelter has been a vital lifeline for pets and their owners in the past.
But in the future, it will be a place to offer the care and attention of a companion animal to a more compassionate society.
As a nonprofit organization, CARL does not receive any government funding and relies on donations to make ends meet.
That means it is reliant on a small number of people to make a difference.
For these reasons, CARLL has created an online fundraising site called CARL Animal Care & Control Fundraiser, which is the only one in the United States.
To help support their efforts, donors can make a donation to the fund to help CARL meet its mission and to make sure animals in need have a safe and happy end.
The fundraiser, which has already raised more than $5,000, is currently open to everyone in the U.S. who wants to donate to CARL.
To learn more about CARL and to donate, visit the site.
You can also reach out to the CARL by sending an email to [email protected], and by calling (800) 628-5555.
For more information, visit CARLAnimalCare.org.