Our Shelter Grand Opening was a Resounding Success! All of us at Animal Rescue RI (ARRI), formerly the Animal Rescue League of Southern RI, would like to thank those who joined us this past weekend for our Grand Opening. Hundreds of people joined the festivities and toured the new shelter. Your well wishes and support were truly appreciated! If you didn't make it out this weekend, please feel free to visit during our regular business hours for a tour. We would love to show you around!
Hi there, my name is Audrey. I'm a very sweet and cuddly young lady who loves being around people. I get very excited when it is mealtime and it makes me enjoy companionship even more. I thoroughly enjoy each chance I get to be out of my cage so that I can wander around and explore my new temporary home.
Hello, I’m Allie! I am a sweet girl in search of a special home. I am a boxer mix and a great size at only 40 pounds. Because of an abusive past, I am a little leery of men, so a home with only women would be a perfect fit. I have been waiting at the shelter for a while, but I know the right home is out there for me. I am a very playful girl and I love to play a lot but I am happy to rest and relax too! Will you give me a chance?
New name -- Animal Rescue Rhode Island -- ARRI! New logo! Same passion and dedication to our mission as a no-kill organization committed to the humane welfare and well-being of animals in need throughout Rhode Island. ARRI's staff, board members, and volunteers will continue to work hard everyday to uphold its reputation as one of the best animal shelters in Rhode Island. ARRI welcomes your involvement!
ARRI's FurBall takes place on Friday, July 24, 6:00 to 9:30 p.m., at The Dunes Club, one of South County's premiere destinations. Enjoy a purrrfect mid-summer evening of fabulous food and drink, music, cigars, Silent Auction, even croquet – all to benefit the critical work of Animal Rescue Rhode Island! This is THE Summer event you don't want to miss!
Come visit ARRI at the South County Balloon Festival! Better yet, volunteer to help staff ARRI's booth and spread the word about the organization's more than 75 years of serving the community as a humane, no-kill organization dedicated to the protection and care of abandoned, abused, and owner-surrendered animals. Learn more…