Crossing Paths Animal Rescue was founded in 2006 by concerned men and women in Blount County, Alabama, distressed over the high number of homeless and abandoned animals in our county. The local shelter is considered a "high-kill" facility, meaning many of these dogs are under a 7 days limit.
We are a group of volunteers who work to find good, loving ‘forever’ homes for as many homeless dogs as possible. The dogs that we work with are abandoned and, otherwise, have very little hope of rescue. We have a large network of volunteers in Blount and Jefferson Counties, families who are willing to give these dogs a safe, temporary home.
The Yardley/Newtown location in Bucks County, Pennsylvania serves as a satellite of Crossing Paths in Alabama. Our function is to bring awareness of the availability of these wonderful dogs to folks in PA and neighboring states and to facilitate adoptions in the Northeast where there is more demand for these highly adoptable dogs. Dogs which are adopted to people in the Northeast are transported every 2-3 weeks to various locations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and stops along the way. Periodically, we sponsor adoption events at local pet stores for which we bring up dogs of various ages, sizes and breeds. Check our Events page for upcoming adoption days.