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 Our first tiny “shelter” was an old kennel in El Monte, California. Our dogs lived in 4×10 foot “runs” and got out for exercise twice a day. Not ideal, but better than starving to death in the forest. Since …

40 Years & Home To Thousands Of Unwanted Abandoned Animals Read More »

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Listen to founder, Leo Grillo talk about this unique mission. Learn how D.E.L.T.A. Rescue became a care-for-life animal sanctuary. Audio is from a recent interview with Peggy Hoyt from “Pet Will Radio”.   Not only are we the only ones …

We Are Care For Life Read More »

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One of our vets is teaching now. But before she left, she asked me if she could do a study on our cats and feline stomatitis, a very painful mouth disease. Dr. Joanne Sohn just got her paper published in …

Doing The Right Thing For The Animals Read More »

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We would love to have extra linens and supplies; we go through tons- literally- every day! Many followers ask if they can send food, blankets, toys, treats and towels to our Sanctuary. The answer is Yes! We ask that you please send …

How to Donate Blankets, Toys, Treats and Towels to our Animal Super Sanctuary Read More »

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Meet Chappis – she loves her life here with us – especially since she almost died 8-years ago. Chappis is a joyful little dog. And though she limps on both rear legs, she manages to get around really fast . …

There is no other sanctuary like this one, where each animal is a special being. Read More »

 

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This is a great interview on Pet Will Radio. If you have never heard Leo Grillo talk about DELTA – you should listen. Peggy Hoyt get’s Leo talking frankly about what he has learned over his nearly 40 years of …

The Peggy Hoyt radio show “All My Children Wear Fur Coats” interviews Leo Grillo Read More »

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Being  a care-for-life sanctuary, we treat all our animals the way we want to be treated as humans. If that means that Grandpa needs a wheelchair, you give him one. We take care of our animals the same way. It’s …

It’s frightening to think of what could have happened to Richard, and thousands of others, if we were not here since 1979 Read More »