The philosophy of the program is simple: If you SEE an animal in an abusive, neglectful, dangerous or life threatening situation, SAY something, so actions can be put into place to SAVE the innocent animal. If nothing is said, nothing can be done.
The SEE and SAY portion of this program encourages the public to be aware of their surroundings. Dogs on chains without food, water or shelter, need to be reported. Injured cats need help. Signs of dog fighting activity or other abuse and neglect animals needs to be made known.
Donations provide funds so we can SAVE animals through rescue and investigations and provide needed medical, shelter, training and whatever else may be needed with the goal of a loving new home and the opportunity for once abused and neglected animals to live the lives they deserve.
For more information on this program, please visit guardiansofrescue.org/see-say-save/
*The dog in the photograph was saved because someone saw him and spoke out. Today, he is a healthy, happy boy!