A ReJoyceful Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) Animal Rescue specializing in dog and cat rescue in Southeastern Michigan.
We are so thankful you would like to provide a home to one of our animals temporarily while they wait for their forever home! We cover all costs for medical, food and toys while a foster is in your home; in exchange, we ask that you provide them a loving committed environment! Fill out this foster questionnaire to determine if we will make a good fit for each other!
Ready to make a fur-ever commitment? Fill out our adoption application for your new family member by clicking here. Please note our adoption fees are $400 for canines and $150 for felines. We will complete home checks and vet checks prior to adoption. If you have any questions surrounding our process, please visit our FAQ.
Our rescue survives on your generous donations. If you are able to financially donate to our 501(c)(3) rescue via monetary or item donation, please do so! Our shopping wish list can be found here on Amazon or you can shop via Chewy here. You can use the PayPal Donate Button on the top of our website to use any major credit card, e-check, or PayPal account, if you have one. Donate once or set-up monthly donations. Every amount helps!
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Want to lend a "paw" but can't foster or adopt a fur-friend? We are always looking for volunteers to help out at adoption events, fundraisers and at our Cat Condos! Fill out the contact us form at the bottom of our page with how you can help us out.
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A ReJoyceful Animal Rescue is a no-kill, foster-based cat and dog rescue. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity located in the Metro-Detroit area. All of the animals that come into in our care have been rescued from one place or another. We pull from high-kill animal shelters, we take in the sick, unwanted, aggressive, abandoned, abused and neglected animals. We place them in a foster home with someone who will understand them, rehabilitate them and show them what it is like to be loved again. We feel that all animals deserve better and we strive to give them a life full of love and happiness.
Our rescue does not cage animals that come into our care. Each animal that comes into our organization is a part of someone’s family until they find their forever homes. This helps us to determine their personalities and work with them to give them the one on one attention that they deserve. We also run a community outreach project, helping 24/7 chained dogs, stray/feral cats and more. We provide medical care (including TNR), food, treats, toys, bones, proper tie outs, collars, shelter, straw and more!
Hi, My name is Luna and I am a spayed 1 year old mixed breed. What is my mix you ask, that is a very good question. I've been said to be anything from a Lab, Dane, Heeler, Pit Bull, to a Terrier Mix. Your guess is as good as mine! Either way, I am a medium sized dog, and currently weigh just shy of 50lbs. I may grow a little bit more, but not an extreme amount. I've had quite the journey to get to this point so please read my whole bio before applying for me. I was surrendered to the rescue when I was roughly 8 weeks old because I dribbled Urine. I had Ectopic Ureter on both my right and left side. After months of waiting, I had a surgery performed at MSU to correct this issue. Although having this surgrey I still have some issues with dribbling and wear diapers when not in my crate or outside. Amazon sells really cute reusable diapers that fit me well! The doctors tell me this will be a lifelong issue because my muscles and body were not able to grow and develop properly like a normal puppy does. I do great in my crate during the day while my Foster Parents work and sleep sound over night. I love snuggling in blankets, especially in my crate. Thankfully my Foster family doesn't mind and changes them often so I can be without a diaper. I am also potty trained and know when I need to go. I have Foster dogs & cats in my home and do well with both. I would really prefer to be in a home with another playful dog. I've gotten very use to having a companion to run and play with in my Foster home. I can be shy when meeting new people, but I promise I have a lot of love to give. If you think I could be a great addition to your home and understand the commitment of my medical needs please fill out an application. My Foster Mom says she is going to be very picky because she only wants what will be best for me.
Introducing: Stewart the Stray, first of his name.
Stewart spent the last winter living in the woods behind his foster’s house. After visiting the back porch for a random meal here and there, he decided he was done with that outlaw life and chose domestication. He has enjoyed learning the ways of the house cat ever since. He’s a DSH neutered tabby with white boots and beard. Stewart loves, loves, loves being with his person. He’s a little shy about being picked up, the front door being opened, and loud bangy noises. Otherwise, he’s grown fond of his new status. He has used the litter pan 100% of the time since coming to live indoors. He has all his claws, but only scratches his scratch box. He doesn’t fuss about getting his nails trimmed weekly. His foster mom uses regular people clippers. He enjoys being brushed and if you let him sit on your lap, he’ll let you pet him ALL. DAY. LONG. He’s learning to stay off tables and counters. He loves to cat nap on the window bed or in your bed, and if you join him for a nap, he’s even happier. He’s very playful and enjoys showing off his skills at hunting and attacking his toys. But if you are busy, he is good at playing by himself. If you are looking for a forever kitten, this guy is the one for you. Due to his previous gangster lifestyle, Stewart will need to live with kitties that are fully vaccinated. We aren’t sure how he does with dogs. Please fill out an application if you are ready for the sweetest cat ever!
Pumpkin pie is a very beautiful, sweet loving energetic puppy. She is potty trained & walks great on a leash. She loves her play time. Sometimes can get a little too excited and time out is needed. She likes people and children but she has to be the only dog in the home. She does love treats and likes raw carrots and apples. Pumpkin pie is ready for her furever home.
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Roadie was found on the side of the road after being dropped by a hawk. He was left for dead until a good samaritan found him. He was brought into our rescue and received full medical care. He now, has made a 85% recovery and is only expected to further improve. Roadie is now adopted and no longer available. Read more about Roadie's story here.
Creed was found on the streets of Detroit severely emaciated with a mangled foot. Our volunteers believed he was hit by a car and left to die. Creed was rushed to the hospital where he was fighting for his life. At one point while trying to stabilize him he flat lined and died for 15 minutes. The animal universe was on his side as doctors and techs performed CPR on him for 15 straight minutes and he came back to life. He survived dying, heartworm treatment, leg amputation, neutering and additional rehabilitation and therapy. Creed has since recovered with his foster, now permanent, mom.
Amari was found on the side of the road by a good samaritan. She was involved in a dog fight and left on the side of the road to die. ARAR stepped up and helped save her life. Doctors predicted she would have a 5% chance at living; however, this strong girl defied all odds and made a full recovery. She is now happy and healthy in a furever home.
Stafford was shot between the eyes with a 45 caliber handgun by some awful person on the streets on Detroit to no fault of his own. Stafford is now blind in one eye and the bullet broke inside of Stafford's jaw. Stafford was also heartworm positive. He has since made a full recover and is in a furever home with his young best friend.
"I can’t say enough about ARAR! I rescued my Bianca Mae three years ago. She got out of the house earlier this year and i was a mess. They searched with me from sun up until sun down for over two days and called upon all their available resources until she was found safe and back with us. They aren’t just a rescue that gives you a dog and walks away. They kind of become family. Thank you will never be enough for all they’ve done for my family. If you’re looking for a reputable rescue who thoroughly loves the animals in their care and will do all they can to help those in need, look no more and check out ARAR."
P.O Box 46354
Mount Clemens, Michigan