Bras for paws

At J’RAE we are extremely passionate about Animal Rescue.
It is known that animals are special.
They've walked with us since the dawn of time. Helping us, guiding us.
Being the light in the dark.
They see us when the world wont.
They love unconditionally and have unmatched loyalty.
They do not care what we look like, how much money we have or how messed up we are.
They deserve the same respect.

While we love all animals, we are especially passionate about bully breeds and joining the efforts to end bully breed discrimination.
We feature adoptable animals in some of our ads from various rescues, shelters and organizations alike from around the world.
We purposefully seek out the animals who would benefit from the most exposure whether that be age, medical, longest in the shelter, declining in shelter environment etc. This not only sheds light on that specific animal and the rescue they are residing at but most importantly animal rescue as a whole.

As we continue to grow we will be more and more involved in helping to get more animals out of shelters and into homes.
As well as expanding in all the ways we will give back. 

We are not directly affiliated with any organization we feature.
If you are interested in adopting an animal you’ve seen in our photos please contact the associated rescue directly. Any emails regarding adopting featured animals will be forwarded to said rescue. 

If you work in animal rescue and would like to connect send us an email.

These are national estimates provided by
• Approximately 6.3 million companion animals enter U.S. animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.1 million are dogs and 3.2 million are cats. We estimate that the number of dogs and cats entering U.S. shelters annually has declined from approximately 7.2 million in 2011. The biggest decline was in dogs (from 3.9 million to 3.1 million).
* Each year, approximately 920,000 shelter animals are euthanized (390,000 dogs and 530,000 cats). The number of dogs and cats euthanized in U.S. shelters annually has declined from approximately 2.6 million in 2011.  This decline can be partially explained by an increase in the percentage of animals adopted and an increase in the number of stray animals successfully returned to their owners.
* Approximately 4.1 million shelter animals are adopted each year (2 million dogs and 2.1 million cats).
* About 810,000 animals who enter shelters as strays are returned to their owners. Of those, 710,000 are dogs and 100,000 are cats

Please consider adopting your next furry family member.

In loving memory of my soul dog Honey

without you none of this would be possible.