Sponsorship Information


Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue accepts pets many others will not consider taking - whether due to injuries requiring extensive medical treatment, heartworm positive, or other medical needs.  

In order to do this, we need your help in covering the cost of the medical bills and gratefully accept any donation large or small that will assist these pets.  Donations may be made directly to Proverbs 12:10 thru PayPal, by stopping by on adoption day, by check or as a donation directly to one of our vets.   Please see our Donation Info page for information on how to direct your payment.

You may also sponsor some of our other pets by contributing to routine expenses incurred, ie:

  • Paying for their spay/neuter
  • Paying for a day or week of boarding (Our pets are generally homed with fosters, however at times we do not have enough fosters for all of our pets and find it necessary to board some of them)
  • Pay for all or part of medical treatment required  (This may include vet visits, heartworm testing, parvo test and treatment when required, full set of vaccinations, for cats feline leukemia test, and/or feline HIV testing, and spay or neuter.)
  • Provide a pet with a month's worth of heartworm preventative and/or flea/tick medication. 

 Also, please visit our WISH LIST/NEEDS page for non-cash donations which will assist us in the care of these pets.

Proverbs 12:10 is a 501(c)3 organization and we will issue a tax receipt to all donors whether the donation is made directly to us or to one of our vets in our name.

Anyone interested in fostering should visit our Fostering Pets page.

If you can help at all in anyway and you may make a donation through paypal, by mailing a check to Proverbs 12:10 or a donation directly to one of our vets.  See Donation Info for further instructions on how to submit a contribution.

  • you may specify how you would like your donation to be used:
  • for vet bills
  • a particular animal
  • or a particular vet


'He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.' Author Unknown.