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With the number of Cavaliers coming into rescue rising with each passing year and skyrocketing Veterinary costs, we need your help more than ever. You can send contributions directly to the Rescue Trust using the donation link below.

If you are interested in adopting or volunteering, please contact the National Rescue Trust directly by clicking on the links below.

Rescue Trust Website

Preliminary Application

Donations to the Trust

Volunteer Application

Available Dogs

 

Our club works closely with the National Rescue Trust.  Our Club Liaison to the Trust is Dee Barrett.

 

(To download any of the forms, right mouse click on the link and choose "Save Target As" and save to your desktop for easy access)

 

 

 
URGENT -- Calling on all Cavalier Lovers!

Your immediate help is URGENTLY REQUIRED!!! We are attempting to negotiate a "deal" that will keep 57 Cavaliers out of a puppy mill auction of the worst kind! Our deadline has been extended to Friday, Dec. 12th!

PLEASE ..... help us "gift" these 57 Cavaliers with a life-long forever home in place of a horrible life in a 2'x2' wire crate for the remainder of their days. You can help make this gift a reality by making a donation today to
David's Fund!

 

Send checks payable to ACKCS Rescue Trust, Inc., c/o Steve Wallis, 6000 High Bluff Court, Raleigh, NC  27612.

Make sure to specify your donation is for Davidís Fund.  The American Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Rescue Trust is a 501 (c) 3 not for profit organization and donations are tax deductible to the extent the IRS allows.

 

 

Are you interested in becoming a Foster Home for Cavaliers in need?   Complete the Application Form on the National Rescue Trust Website.  Follow this link Preliminary Application

I RESCUED A HUMAN TODAY
 
Her eyes met mine as she walked down the corridor peering apprehensively into the kennels.  I felt her need instantly and knew I had to help her.  I wagged my tail, but not too exuberantly, so she wouldn't be afraid.
 
As she stopped at my kennel I blocked her view from a little accident I had in the back of my cage.  I didn't want her to know that I hadn't been walked today.  Sometimes the shelter keepers get too busy and I didn't want her to think poorly of them.
 
As she read my kennel card I hoped that she wouldn't feel sad about my past.  I only have the future to look forward to and want to make a difference in someone's life.
 
She got down on her knees and made little kissy sounds at me.  I shoved my shoulder and side of my head up against the bars to comfort her.  Gentle fingertips caressed my neck; she was desperate for companionship.
 
A tear fell down her cheek and I raised my paw to assure her that all would be well.  Soon my kennel door opened, and her smile was so bright that I instantly jumped into her arms.  I would promise to keep her safe.  I would promise to always be by her side.  I would promise to do everything I could to see that radiant smile and sparkle in her eyes.  I was so fortunate that she came down my corridor.

So many more are out there who haven't walked the corridors. So many more to be saved.

At least, I was able to save one.
 

I rescued a human today.