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Whether improving our sprawling facility or helping the community care for their furry friends, we’re always up to something at Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue. Discover how we’re striving to make our shelter and our world a kinder and gentler place for animals!
Coco: The Rescue Who Rescued Dogs have made headlines for ages displaying acts of heroism - they've warned families of house fires, fought off predators that could have harmed their humans, helped track down missing persons, and more. And Coco, adopted from Nate's, is...
Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue was voted Best Local Animal Non-Profit for the third year in a row and took home gold for Best Non-Profit in SRQ Magazine’s annual Best of SRQ competition.
For the month of April, dine at any Talk of the Town Restaurant and round up your check for Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue.
Help us rescue more cats and dogs by participating in the 2022 Giving Challenge, a 24-hour virtual giving event.
The funds will support the rescue’s plans for its new buildings and enhanced campus in east Manatee County.
Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue of Lakewood Ranch completes construction on intake building and training center.
The shelter will stay open throughout construction in order to serve the ever growing demand for services in the community. Increased support from foster families during the year long project will be vital to maintain the current volume of over 2,100 animals saved each year.
Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue routinely partners with local food banks to provide at risk families with food for their pets. The government shutdown has forced furloughed employees to reach out to local organizations for temporary assistance while they await their overdue pay checks.