Raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance (Guest post by Joy Raley)

Raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance (Guest post by Joy Raley)

We love to entertain and educate with our Twitter account and blog. But this time we want to use our social reach to help animals in need by raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance Animal Foundation Inc. a nonprofit animal rescue which does an amazing job each and every day!

So enjoy the guest post from Joy Raley from Tyson’s Chance!

Tyson’s Chance Animal Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue based in Shelbyville, KY. Our primary focus is the rescue of special needs animals.
A majority of our adoptable animals are seniors, medical cases, and those with social or behavioral issues. We also provide hospice care to terminally ill animals who have been relinquished to shelters or given up by their owners.

Tyson’s Chance rescues all breeds, sizes, ages, and temperaments. We love to heal the sick, rehabilitate the misunderstood, and provide safe haven for those in their golden years.
Our original rescue and official mascot, Tyson was our first behavioral rehabilitation dog. He is a stunningly beautiful, goofy dog with amazing golden eyes. He came to us because someone saw something good in him, sparing him from the grim fate of euthanasia. We saw past his reputation and he in turn inspired us all. At Tyson’s Chance Animal Foundation, we strive for all animals to find the same happiness with which Tyson has been blessed.

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and provide exceptional care for companion animals in need prior to finding them safe and loving homes. We offer low cost spay/neuter programs and educate the public by providing access to services that will encourage responsible pet ownership. We also provide pet food to an organization in Shelby County which in turn gives it to people in our community who are having difficulties caring for their pets.

We are beyond blessed to have dedicated volunteers who help us care for all of our animals. They help us clean our shelter, play with our cats, walk our dogs on a regular basis and take them for field trips to get them out of the shelter for short periods of time. We also have wonderful fosters who never let us down when we have an animal in need of a private home. We couldn’t do what we do without each and every person connected with Tysons.

Thanks Joy Raley for this informative post.
If you want to see what the people from Tyson’s Chance are doing every day visit!


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