Saving K9 Lives Plus, Inc. was formed to provide public awareness of the growing population of homeless animals and animals being euthanized in overcrowded shelter systems. Saving K9 Lives Plus, Inc. will rescue animals (mainly dogs and cats) from various situations, including, but not limited to: bailouts from City and County Shelters, from owners who can no longer care for their pets, animals that have been abused, neglected or abandoned and non profit rescues that cannot care for the animal needs. These animals will receive veterinary care, food and shelter and be temporarily housed in a volunteer foster home. Once these animals have been sterilized, vaccinated, cured and/or treated for any illness and evaluated for temperament, they will then become available for adoption thru public media. It is our mission to promote ADOPT FROM A RESCUE don’t shop from a puppymill or backyard breeder. We plan to educate the public why spaying and neutering is so important in an overpopulation of pets thru out the USA. Saving K9 Lives Plus, Inc is a 501-c3 non profit dedicating to helping dogs in Need. EIN 45-3690033 All donations to help dogs in need are tax deductable!
Saving K9 Lives Plus Board of Directors
On 2005, Jasmin Gabay Kimball with her husband, Bobby, adopted their first dog, Simon Sez. Five years later, she helped a friend find a maltese. It was the first time she entered the shelter systems. It was a learning experience that reformed her. Jasmin fostered dogs, gave blankets to the dogs in need and helped with adoptions. In January 2011, Jasmin and her husband, Bobby Kimball, created "Saving K9 Lives" to help promote adoption and educate the public how to care for your rescue dog. Jasmin Gabay is the President of Saving K9 Lives Plus
Lily Rappaport’s love and respect of animals started at an early age. In her day job, she’s a Director of Religious Education in the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition. She is an educator and activist for social justice and a seeker of making improvements in the treatment and well-being of animals. Lily received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Oberlin College in Ohio and her Financial Planner Certification from the College of Financial Planning in Denver, CO. She has recently joined Saving K9 Lives Plus Board of Directors as Vice President/ Treasurer while oversee strategic direction, long-term planning, fundraising.
Norma Ritner is a professional groomer specializing in poodles for over 20 years. Norma Ritner is the secretary on the board of directors of Saving K9 Lives Plus.
Saving K9 Lives Plus Advisory Committee
Bobby Kimball Spokeperson
for Saving K9 Lives Plus