Joseph's Legacy strives to regain hope and respect for all animals. We educate the public about animal welfare and inform them of the extreme lack of awareness.
Joseph's Legacy rescues animals, including those in need of costly medical care, who would otherwise be turned away.
How we started:
It all started when we got a call about a German Shepherd who needed our help. He had been tied to a tree in a backyard in Middletown, Ohio for almost 4 years. Emaciated, heartworm positive, with horrible chronic ear infections and just ready to give up, we got the news involved to get donations for his huge vet bill (that was about $7000) and his story ended up going viral. We named him Joseph because of Joseph in the bible who was left for dead and ended up being a king. We raised over $100,000 that ended up going to the no kill shelter that our President was working for at the time and who took him in and found him a home. Then we kept getting calls to save others who needed help. We formed a team of animal lovers and help animals of all types (so far that includes ducks, a love bird and some wild birds, pigs, rats, snakes, and much more) in the Middletown, Ohio area and surrounding tri-state area. We are working very hard to have a rescue center so that we can save many more.