Helping Radford's Abandoned animals since 2000...
Pound Pals of Radford is a small, non-profit volunteer organization that places homeless animals in forever homes.
The core mission of Pound Pals of Radford, Inc. is to serve the needs of homeless, abandoned, and abused animals by supporting the community through Pound Pals foster, rescue, and spay/neuter programs.
Pound Pals places animals as companions in screened homes to ensure there is a good match between the animal and the family. We request a completed application and a home visit prior to adoption.
Check out our available animals on our Cats and Dogs pages.
Pound Pals is looking for people to open their hearts and homes to temporarily care for a homeless cat or dog until Pound Pals can find forever homes. For more information, check out our foster page site.
You can also help by sponsoring a homeless animal. Your donation will help pay for spay/neuters, boarding and medical needs. Check out our donation page.
Please Help Us Help Ginger
Sweet Ginger was rescued by Pound Pals from the Giles County kill shelter. She’s a loving, gentle darling who has lived in extreme pain her entire life from severe hip dysplasia.
Ginger requires surgery http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Femoral_head_ostectomy to have a normal life & walk pain-free. Ginger has undergone surgery on one side. With daily physical therapy, recovery will take three months before Ginger can have her second surgery.
Pound Pals must raise $2000 for Ginger’s medical expenses. In 14 years of rescue, we’ve never turned away cats or dogs who need expensive veterinary procedures to be adoptable, those with handicaps or seniors.
We believe they all deserve a chance. Please help us continue to save others like Ginger.
Please make a tax deductible donation .
Ginger sends grateful wags for your kindness!