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Blog – Mark's Animal Rescue

Marks Animal Rescue and Adoption Center

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Marks Animal Rescue and Adoption Center






   Entrance to Marks Animal Rescue

Albert our rescue donkey

  2 of our rescue residents      


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Shelter Animals Need Homes

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Pick up the phone today.  Call an adopt one of these beautiful souls. 

Name Georgia  Great With People/Dogs and Very Affectionate Contact:  954-989-3977 ext 6
Fort Lauderdale Florida
Mixed Breed (Medium)/Rhodesian Ridgeback Mix
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Pet ID
Given No Name.  No Information.  Neutered/ Purebred  Contact 954-359-1313/ Ft Lauderdale Fla.
Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Pet ID

Name Boots  No information noted  Contact  954-359-1313  Fort Lauderdale Florida
Yorkshire Terrier Mix
Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Pet ID

Name Puffs  No Information Contact 954-989-3977 Fort Lauderdale
Chihuahua Mix
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Pet ID

Become your own mini-rescuer today.  Contact Marksanimalrescue@gmail.com for more information.

Thought of the Day

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Thought for the day: 

 As presented to you by Dr Mark McMorris Jr Author of “Read This Book…And Save A Life!” (As found on Amazon)

Thank you for your following on FaceBook. Marks Animal Rescue.

We might think we own animals, in particular our pets, but the Bible teaches that these are not actually ours. We are only stewards of what God’s given to us. God owns “every beast” there is, including your cattle or sheep or oxen or whatever else it is you own, including your pets. In fact, everything “that moves in the field is” God’s, so that included everything. The point is we better think about that when we are caring for God’s creatures, whether great or small. by Jack Wellman

Psalm 50:10-11 “For every beast of the forest is mine, the cattle on a thousand hills. I know all the birds of the hills, and all that moves in the field is mine.”


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Article Recognizing Marks Animal Rescue Inc. for their work in Animal Rescue.  Name of Article:

Meet Mark McMorris Jr  of Marks Animal Rescue In Broward County


Today we’d like to introduce you to Mark McMorris Jr.

Mark has always had an incredible love for our “4 legged best friends”. It was due to this passionate interest that Mark started “Mark’s Animal Rescue Inc.” (an official 501(c)3 charity organization).

He is professionally retired now and leads them from a very diverse, experience filled life, which helps in so many different ways in the running of their charity and focused mission. He comes from a background in which he has always wanted to help people and animals.

Mark served as a Deputy Sheriff in his younger years, he was a board certified. Women’s Health Care Practitioner for 32 years. He is also a retired Military Officer. It is easy to see from reading this broad resume of service to the community, that Mark has always been focused on the giving of himself to others.

His sole purpose now is to save our best friends from kill shelters and Mark spends each day working diligently upon this quest. Please join Mark’s caring and nurturing leadership, to save as many helpless needy lives as possible.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?

Not a smooth road. Struggles yes trying to learn how to use social media, computer skills. That was the struggle. Millenials grow up knowing how to use social media, they have the computer skills. As a 71-year-old man, those skills did not come easy.

Learning how to do put all the parts of the puzzle together in order to operate as a 501 c 3 non-profit was not easy. The rescue itself I am still learning with every day that passes. If I had to say what the biggest challenge or struggle is living every day with the idea of so many great animals who are abused, neglected, euthanized. I go to bed every night thinking about all the animals I cannot help.

We’d love to hear more about your business.

We are all about saving animals from our high kill shelters, owner surrenders. In many respects, we are no different than many animal rescuers. Our rescue organization is not a brick and mortar store. In fact, we are a foster based rescue. In other words, we have volunteers who agree to foster the animals that we rescue.

Our function for them is to provide food, medicine. Their job is to provide shelter and love until a suitable adopter can be found. I think that the only thing that sets us apart as we all work with social media, go to adoption events, have fundraisers is the fact that I now operate a YouTube news channel called Marks Animal News Network. It just provides an extra communication outlet for myself and others. Even though I represent my own rescue I work hard at recognizing those that help animals regardless of where they are located.

What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?

There is no one moment. Every moment I save one precious animal that is a milestone for me. Its greater than any gift anyone could give me. I have never been one whose sole purpose is to make money. My purpose in life has always been to help people and animals.

Of course, now my passion is animals.

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