The Freedom Breeding Foundation is an animal advocacy organization founded in 1996.
Its mission is to raise awareness of the welfare of animals and to promote responsible pet ownership through educational and advocacy activities.
Its mission statement is as follows:”We believe in the importance of loving animals for each other.
That’s why we’re dedicated to educating pet owners on the best ways to care for their pets, and making pet adoption an easy and affordable option.
Our mission is our own.
And our vision is to bring the love of animals into our homes and communities so we can all enjoy the best possible life for each animal.
We love to meet new people, learn new things, and make new friends.
We’re always happy to help others find a new home.
Join us on this journey and be a part of a wonderful community of loving, dedicated, and intelligent animals.”
The foundation is also home to Rebecca’s Pet Rescue, a shelter for animals in need.
Rebecca’s was born at the foundation and is named after Rebecca’s friend, who was rescued from a shelter in the 1980s and is now on a journey to freedom.
“The goal of Rebecca’s is to empower people and make them feel good about themselves,” Rebecca’s founder, Rebecca Burt, told Polygon.
“There are people in our world who are hurting, and there are people who are scared, and they need a friend.
They need someone to listen to them.
It’s about being that one person who is a real person in their own world and is able to make their own decisions and to feel good in their life.
It can’t be just about being a pet.”
The Freedom Breeds website provides information on the rescue, which was founded in 1997, and its history.
The foundation began its mission to rescue rescued dogs and cats by providing free adoption services for them and working with animal rescue groups.
“I’ve always wanted to rescue animals, but I didn’t know what to do about them,” Rebecca told Polygons.
“And the people who have been helping us with rescuing dogs, cats, and birds for so many years, it’s just been a very humbling experience.
We feel like we have a really special connection with them.”
When Rebecca and her husband, Greg, were searching for a new place to raise their family, they met Rebecca’s rescue organization.
“They were the first one I looked at,” Rebecca said.
“We found a great, safe home for our dogs, and now we have all the resources we need to keep them safe.”
When they adopted Rebecca’s, they were very grateful for the support from Rebecca and Greg.
“When we adopted Rebecca, we were really happy that they were adopted by a wonderful group of people,” Rebecca explained.
“I’m a little overwhelmed that we’ve been able to do that, but they were so incredibly supportive of us and our family and all of us.
They really understood the reasons we wanted to be a rescue and why we were doing what we were.”
Rebecca’s was a great first experience.
“It was a little scary at first, because they are really gentle and sweet,” she said.
But it turned out to be an amazing experience.
Rebecca and the team were able to get along well, with the help of the community and other rescues.
“It’s great that they are part of our lives,” Rebecca added.
“Now we have our own family.
They are like our best friends.”