607.441.3227

697 Winney Hill Rd 

Oneonta, New York 13820

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Buy Our Building

Help us raise $75,000 so we can put a down payment on the facility we currently rent and make the first step towards expanding throughout the rest of the building.

 

Goal: So far we've raised $55,000.00

 

Help Us Help Them

Together we can save lives!  Raising the funds to secure our building is a crucial step towards ensuring we not only continue offering crucial community services, but expand our programming even more! 

Why It’s Needed

Super Heroes in Ripped Jeans Animal Rescue is committed to saving local cats, dogs, and other animals who don’t have anywhere else to go.  Some of the animals coming through our doors would have otherwise faced homelessness or euthanasia.  Raising $75,000 doesn’t just give us the opportunity to put a down payment on the facility we currently rent, it will provide us access to the entire building plus an additional 49 acres.

 

 

Moving into the rest of the building allows space for dog and cat isolation rooms, a welcoming reception/lobby, a pet introduction room, surgery suite for low-cost spays/neuters of local animals, larger cattery to house more cats on-site, office space for staff & volunteers, and more.  The additional acreage has many potentials including a bigger dog yard, expanded walking trails, an updated and more spacious parking lot, and memorial park.  

 

Your donation today will pave the way for years of caring to come!  Thank you for your support. 

 

Online donations can be made here

                                           

Payment can be sent to: Super Heroes in Ripped Jeans, 697 Winney Hill Road, Oneonta, NY 13820

 

“Acquiring our building is vital to our continued success and growth.  We will not only be able to serve our animals and clientele more efficiently and more comfortably with the expansion, but it will also open the door to a whole new world of possibilities in regard to serving the animals of our community and their caretakers.” 

Terra Butler, Executive Director