Category: RescueMen USA

  • Four years ago, David went through a bad breakup and was wishing he had something to focus on besides his heartache. Then one day he walked into Petco to buy his rescue kitty Lion-O some cat food, and he found the answer. There in the store were six cages of cats up for adoption and a sign that said Anjellicle Cats Rescue needed help. David answered the call for volunteers, went through

  • Several years ago, Virgil was grieving a beloved dog who had passed away, and he wanted nothing more than to find a way to honor him. So he started volunteering at a shelter near his home in Maryland, and quickly realized there were a lot of animals that were going unnoticed and not getting any exposure. “People only saw the animals if they went into the shelter, and there were not as many

  • Former NFL running back Lee Suggs has played for the Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins and played college football for Virginia Tech. An NCAA record holder for the most consecutive games with touchdowns (twenty-seven), he also holds Virginia Tech records for the most touchdowns in a season and in a career, and was elected into the Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame.

    Now a college

  • We’re honored to spotlight our calendar-cover RescueMan Joe DiPaolo first in our blog because he’s the epitome of what our campaign is all about. He’s a life-long crusader who believes people and animals who are considered “different” should be loved and accepted just like anyone else.

    Before we get to Joe’s fur-baby clan, his own history is important to know. He was born with a

  • We’re excited to expand our RescueMen© USA campaign to this brand-new blog! Known for our calendar of inspirational men and their animals, we are happy to now have this space to give you more in-depth takes on the guys’ rescue stories. Plus, we’ll celebrate other rescue-animal-loving men across the USA, too.

    Don’t miss more photos and interviews with the amazing 2018

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