Miko is the precious and treasured German Shepherd Dog shown right above! He is 10 years old. Among his many talents, he is a Certified Canine Good Citizen. Basically he is a social worker! He is the inspiration for MARAS, and is the light of my life. This rescue is dedicated to Miko as he encompasses all that is good and true and pure in all creatures.
MARAS' Table of Contents
Go to Adoption Forms
Go to Cats for Adoption
Go to Favorite Links
Go to Fundraisers Click to find out more!
Go to Horses for Adoption
Go to Horse Trailer For Sale
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Go to Sponsor Form
Go to Sponsor Thank You
Go to Volunteers
Go to Wish List
Who We Are:
Adopt A Kitten or a Puppy . . .
Please contact Cherokee Ridge Animal Rescue, Inc. at 1-877-924-PETS. They are located in Ravena, NY, which is in Greene County, New York. They are an awesome organization and have many animals to choose from!
We have been rescuing animals for several years and decided it was the right time to officially start an animal rescue and sanctuary. Over the years, we've taken in stray cats, rescued horses from auctions, and deplorable living conditions. We even rescued two horses from a feed-lot in California with the much appreciated help from True Innocents Equine Rescue (link listed below)! We've assisted local shelters in providing refuge for "un-adoptable" cats who have blossomed under our love and attention. Our President is currently on the Board of Directors for Carpe Diem Equine Rescue, Inc., (link listed below) and has worked with the law enforcement division of a NJ SPCA investigating and prosecuting cases of animal cruelty.
We will be rescuing and providing sanctuary for cats, and horses. Because we are just beginning our incredible venture, we are only providing refuge and adoption services for 1 horse and 15 cats.
MARAS will never take in an animal that we cannot care for. We will never euthanize an animal because we have too many animals to care for. Any animal that comes under MARAS' protection is here for life unless they are adopted out.
Goals for 2002: