Our mission is "To work as one in helping homeless animals irrespective of breed, location or circumstance." We are a 501(c)(3) mostly volunteer, no-kill rescue. We have two locations, one in Evansville, Indiana and one in Chisney, Indiana. We have helped over 5600 animals find forever homes since we were created in 2010. WE WILL NOT STOP UNTIL ALL PAWS HAVE A HOME!

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Gemma

SPONSORED – ADOPTION FEE WAIVED! Oh my! We have a beauty for you with gray and gorgeous Gemma! Our gal has waited a long time to find you. We rescued Gemma with her newly born litter of puppies after they ended up in a high intake shelter. Of course, Gemma was a wonderful mom and […]

Wish List

  • Peanut Butter
  • Balls/dog toys
  • Paper¬†towels
  • Bleach
  • Incense/Room fresheners
  • Cosequin, Dasequin or similar joint supplement
  • Poop bags
  • Dog treats
  • Kongs or Chew bones
  • Leashes
  • Fabuloso, Odoban or Pine-Sol Lemon or Original
  • Laundry detergent
  • Tall kitchen trash bags
  • Flea treatment (cat or dog)
  • Any brand heartworm preventative
  • Disinfecting Wipes
  • Pill Pockets
  • Puppy/Kitten Milk Replacer
  • Puppy pads
  • Puppy food (dry or canned)
  • Copy paper
  • Cat Litter
  • Gift certificates to Staples (for office supplies)

We do not need adult dog or cat food. We receive food from the Rescue Bank in Louisville, KY and keep our animals living at the rescue center on a consistent diet so that they will have a healthy digestive system.

Rescued, by the Numbers

Who did ITV help in 2019?
Evansville adopted – 751
Evansville in rescue year end – 121
Spencer County adopted – 23
Spencer County in rescue year end – 31
Return to owner – 11
Euthanized humane – 11
Euthanized aggression to people – 6
Died in care (medical) – 19

TOTAL HELPED 2019 – 973
LIFESAVING PERCENTAGE 2019 –

99.96%

Who did ITV help in 2018?
Adopted: 723
In foster or at rescue center year end: 134
Returned to former guardian: 1
Transfer to another rescue/shelter: 5 cats; 1 dog
Died – disease/medical: 14
Euthanized for humane medical reason: 5
Euthanized for aggression to people: 0

Total Helped by ITV 2018 = 883
Lifesaving percentage 2018 =
99.98%

2017
Adopted: 626
In foster or at rescue center end of year: 105
Returned to former guardian: 7
Transfer to another rescue/shelter: 1 (Returned to original rescue group)
Died – disease/medical: 20
Euthanized for severe aggression to people: 4 (.005%)
Total Helped by ITV 2017 = 759
Lifesaving percentage 2017 =
99.97%

Total Helped by ITV (2010-2019) = 5686

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Important Information – Evansville Location

Our Evansville location is open to the public on:

Tuesdays 12-5 pm
Wednesdays 12-7 pm
Thursdays 12-5 pm
Fridays 12-5 pm
Saturdays 10 am-5 pm

Our Evansville location address:
1417 N. Stockwell Road
Evansville, Indiana 47715

Our email address is info@itvrescue.org

Our Evansville phone number is 812/909-1306 during business hours. After hours, you can leave a voicemail at 812/250-WAGS.

Important Information – Spencer County

Our Spencer County location is open to the public on:

Tuesdays 12-5 pm
Wednesdays 12-5 pm
Fridays 12-5 pm
Saturdays 12-5 pm

Our Spencer County facility is located at:
824 E County Road 800 North, Chrisney, IN 47611

Our email address is info@itvrescue.org

Our Spencer County phone number is 812/362-4027 during business hours. After hours, you can leave a voicemail at 812/250-WAGS.

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Website to help rehome your pet

If you wish to surrender a pet to ITV, please contact us via email at info@itvrescue.org or "contact us" on this website. As an added resource, you may post your pet on the below website (which is not maintined by ITV and we are only providing as a resource to you).