Rescue + Freedom Project

Latest Rescue

Meet the lucky survivors of “Robbie’s Rescue,” named after an angel up above watching over these eight lucky survivors from China.

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Motion Proposes LA Government Only Uses Cruelty-Free Products

A motion to ensure Los Angeles’ city government only purchases supplies such as cleaning products and hand soaps that are free from animal testing was introduced.

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Marshall Pet Products EXPOSED!

This pet and merchandise retailer which sells toys, food, and animal care products, also has a nefarious partner company, Marshall BioResources, which is the largest U.S. supplier of beagles, ferrets and other animals to research labs.

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Adoptable Animal

Bennie was found abandoned in the streets in China with half his body in the rear paralyzed.

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Adoptable Animal

Rita is mellow but confident. And, just like a beagle…. food motivated!

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Adoptable Animal

Daisy is confident + sweet! Good buddies with two other dogs in house already.

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Adoptable Animal

Betty is very friendly and calm. Getting along very well with foster brother.

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Adoptable Animal

Jenny is settling in very nicely. Great with other dogs in the her foster home.

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Adoptable Animal

Alice is sweetheart. Adjusting really well, and already playing with other dog in her foster home.

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The Mission

RESCUE. REHAB. REPEAT.

The Rescue + Freedom Project is a US based non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing survivors of unique captivity and cruelty and telling their emotionally compelling stories to prompt social change and celebrate a #RescueLifestyle.

Since 2010 the charity has been freeing survivors from laboratory experiments, senior and special needs animals from shelters, and victims of horrific abuse from around the world.

No matter what the condition, the location, or the expense, the Rescue and Freedom Project stands at the ready to rescue, rehabilitate, and repeat.

 

Our mission is to help animals suffering in captivity and give them a chance at freedom.

Latest News

Gaia

“This is just a pause, a hiccup,” she said, as she gently reached over and lifted the nearly dead Husky from the streets of Chengdu, China. “One day, you will forget this interruption ever happened, and your life will be wonderful.” Starved, beaten and tortured with insecticide poison, wine and other chemicals, Gaia has been
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Freedom For All

On the very same day the Beagle Freedom Bill was signed by Delaware Governor John Carney, the Rhode Island State Senate voted in the same life-saving bill, which now heads to Governor Gina Raimondo’s desk for signature! Delaware is now the eighth and Rhode Island is soon to be the ninth state to pass this
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Attend An Event

Celebration of Survival

September 29 at 5 PM

Agoura Hills, California

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Survivor Update

Where are they now?

Hundreds of animals have passed through the Rescue + Freedom Project doors in the last seven years and their rescues and stories of survival have touched many of us. Every Wednesday we publish an update on an individual survivor. Where they are now, how they have recovered, their family fun, and of course lots of adorable pictures.


Rousseau

Ahoy, Mateys! Batten down the hatches and read on to find out why we are talking like a Pirate this week. Yo Ho Ho. . .meet Rousseau! RFP: How did your family find you? Rousseau: My family found me because they like to hang out with my foster mom. They fell in love with me
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Finley’s Story

“We take our role as Finley’s advocate very seriously and do our best to share her story, our knowledge of vivisection, BFP, the Cruelty-Cutter app and living cruelty-free to everyone we can.” The Hildebrandt family is proud to present Miss Finley Faith, also known as Finney, Finnaroo, and Faenerys (cue Game of Thrones fans).   
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Ella

Heigh ho, heigh ho. . .it’s back to Boston we go. We keep on smiling as we meet another insanely adorable pup with an insanely adorable story. From the Beantown Beagles rescue, we present: Ella!   RFP: How did your family find you? Ella: My mom’s friend (Betty, Teddy’s mom) was fostering me. Betty was
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