Your Donations Help

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Since our rescue opened in Louisiana, our expenses have grown tremendously. Here are a few of our costs that your donations go towards:

  • $200.00/day to run Rescue Alliance.
  • $72,000.00/year for rent for our physical location that we working to open.
  • $200.00 – $300.00/Cat to get spayed/neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped.
  • $40,000.00/year for our vet bill. Yes, You’ve read correctly.

Rescue Alliance is a 501©(3) private, non-profit organization and all donations are 100% tax deductible. Your donations help us to continue to provide our cats with food, shelter, medical care, spay/neuter and all of their other needs.

Rescue Alliance receives no help from the government and relies solely on donor contributions.

To make a donation, email venmo@rescue-alliance or casapp$rescuealliance or click on the PayPal option to the right of your screen.

Services we Provide

Community & Disaster Animal Response Teams


Animal Rescue

An animal rescue operation, whether law enforcement or civilian, identifies animal cruelty, recovers animals from substandard conditions, and makes every effort to give those animals better lives. Most municipalities, for instance, have animal control units that answer calls about animal cruelty. They investigate perpetrators and help place animals in new homes. Rescue Alliance animal rescue group accepts abused, neglected, malnourished, or abandoned animals.

Pet Food Bank

Although we successfully unite thousands of animals with new families each year, our goal is always to keep pets in loving homes that they may have already found. Rescue Alliance Pet Food Bank supplies members of our local community with food for hungry pets, assisting families that have fallen on hard times and are struggling to keep their families intact.


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Cruelty Investigations

To rescue and remove animals from crisis situations created by natural disasters like hurricanes, tornados, floods, and wildfires; or by animal abuse like animal fighting, puppy mills, hoarding or neglect. From there, Rescue Alliance focuses on giving animals the care they deserve and stopping cruelty at the source.




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We are on the job 24/7

Active community & disaster animal response teams

Pets for Adoption

why buy when you can adopt?


Pet Adoption Drive


Waiting to be adopted




Probable Adoptions

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Our Purpose

all about quality of life


RESCUE ALLIANCE is a local, 501(c)3 non-profit, animal rescue organization based in Gonzales, Louisiana. We are a foster-based and no-kill organization that works to rescue, rehabilitate, care for, take in and adopt out animals in need.

RESCUE ALLIANCE is committed to promoting awareness and support to animal guardians to ensure the proper treatment, well-being, love and quality-of-life for our animal friends.

Pet Food Distribution During Pandemic

Quality of life for our pets is our mission

There are millions of healthy cats and kittens put to death each year in U.S. animal shelters because of unaltered cats and not enough homes for their offspring.

People put off spay/neuter due to issues of money, transportation, or time. Some people believe it’s more fair to allow the cat to mate “just this once” — or they think a female cat’s pregnancy and kittens will be sweet or educational for their human children. Also, some people don’t know that:

  • An unaltered male cat can father hundreds of kittens a year.
  • Statistically speaking, even if a person finds good homes for a litter of kittens, some of the kittens will grow up and produce litters of kittens.
  • Spaying a female before her first heat protects her from risks of uterine, ovarian, and mammary cancers.

Animals Rescued


Veterinary Doctors


Animal Caretakers

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Our Team

we partner with law enforcement


Our Team operates independently but we sometimes partner with local animal control and Law Enforcement agencies assisting them with the animal search and rescue for those animals in need of capture or for those animals involved in emergency incidents. Rescue Alliance is a boots on the ground organization and we do not currently have a brick and mortar shelter location open to the public.

Blog & Our News

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Rescue Alliance assists families in need after the winter storm

When the power goes out, and resources are limited, some families must choose between keeping the generator running and buying food for their pets. 

Rescue Alliance urgently in need of donations

Pet food pantries across the local area are currently seeing the economic impacts due to the coronavirus pandemic and are urgently in need of donations and sponsors.

10 Reasons Why Pets Go Astray

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