A Tax Exempt Charitable Organization
Papillon 911 Rescue and Adoption, Inc., was incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia on 4-23-04
as a Domestic Non Profit Corporation. The corporation is organized
exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific
purposes including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to
organizations that qualify under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code.
This Corporation became officially exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) on 6-30-04.
911 Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is a charitable organization created to
rescue Papillons and Papillon mixes nationwide. We will supply food,
shelter, and loving attention plus medical and dental care to all
Papillons in need. We will rescue and shelter any Papillon or Papillon
mix abandoned in a kill shelter or from an owner who is unable to care
for the Papillon.
will especially focus our attention on locating and rescuing from a
life of horror those dogs used as breeders in puppy mills. We will
participate in the
and placement of Papillons who are culled from the puppy mills or
purchased at puppy mill auctions no matter what their health or age.
will carefully match each dog to a new family and prescreen each
adoptive family and their home before any placement takes place. We
will take responsibility for each Papillon that becomes a part of
Papillon 911 Rescue and Adoption, Inc. for the rest of its life.
will seek to educate the public on the importance of spay/neuter for
every pet and on responsible pet ownership. We will seek to inform the
public about the cruelty in the commercial dog industry.
We have far exceeded our original projections of rescuing 25 dogs in the first year. Every dog in Pap 911 Rescue is under the care of a veterinarian and is being socialized by a loving foster home. All are receiving dental treatment and have spay or neuter schedules.
Our passion and love for these gentle tiny companion animals is persuading people daily to take a second look at the misery caused by commercial breeding that holds these dogs in wire pens their entire lives.
Our goal continues to be to save every Papillon and free them to enjoy the life they were meant to have, one dog at a time.
Lyn McLaughlin, President
Papillon 911 Rescue and Adoption, Inc.