About us

Take Me Home Pet Rescue was founded in 2008 to meet the growing needs of the homeless pet population. City shelters were becoming more and more crowded and there was a strong need for a no-kill, foster-based rescue in Richardson, Texas. Take Me Home has saved over 3,300 animals with a budget of just $250,000 per year.

Get involved

There are so many ways you can become a part of our mission. Take a look at just a few options below and click on the images for more information!

Adopt

Adopt

Adopting a rescue pet is such an emotionally rewarding experience. You save a life and in the process you gain a family member. It's a win-win for all involved!

Volunteer

Volunteer

We're always seeking volunteers to assist with animal care shifts, admin work, and adoption events! No matter your talents, we can use your help.

Foster

Foster

Foster homes are there to care for our pets while they await their forever homes. Whether you can only temporarily foster or you can foster long-term, we can use your help.

Donate

Donate

We don't receive government funding, so we rely on the generosity of our community to support our cause. All donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.

What's going on

Read our latest blog posts, and click here to receive these updates by email!

North Texas Giving Day

North Texas Giving Day is scheduled for September 17, 2020. This is our largest fundraiser of the year. Our goal is $50,000 and we need your help. We have surpassed…

Wynken, Blynken and Nod

Our intake team was approached by a rural animal shelter to rescue three puppies that had been dumped. The two girls and boy (retriever mixes) had terrible- YET recoverable mange….

This is Victoria, named after her rescuer

Victoria was found at a construction site severely injured. The tiny kitten was picked up in a box; she was shaking from fright, had a bloody nose, scrapes above her…

Why I Love to Foster

We recently spoke with one of our fosters, Trish Clark, about her experience with fostering. Here’s what she had to say… Why I foster? I am often asked how I…

Happy tails

With tears in our eyes, we say “Have a happy life” to the dogs and cats as we leave them with their forever families. Our hearts break a little but we know they are entering a new and exciting chapter in their life. Click the button below to check out some of our most recent “happy tails” stories.

Zobrist Happy Tails

Clark Happy Tails

Theo Happy Tails

Gatsby Happy Tails

Fisher Happy Tails

Lucy Happy Tails

Ash Happy Tails

Rhett Happy Tails

Juliet Happy Tails

Fiona Happy Tails

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