Harlee's Angels - a non-profit 501(c)3 rescue
Our Mission:
To help those others overlook, the sick, the seniors; those on death row; those tossed out onto the streets.  And when possible, we offer assistance to families facing financial difficulties in providing medical care and food for their pets.

Every fur kid we rescue touches your heart and soul forever. Some will be the reason you keep on fighting and saving when you think you can no longer pull your heart out again. These are the ones who come in barely alive, forgotten because they are not beautiful enough for others to save, dumped on the road or park because their old and sick, lived their entire life in a crate or kennel to support their lazy owner by pumping out puppies over and over, I could go on. We believe they're all beautiful with a deeply loving soul. We don't care if their "damaged" or if we must eat peanut butter sandwiches to give them the medical attention they need. We love to glisten with fur, which has become a part of our wardrobe. We listen to our family and friends complain when we're late, miss or have to leave early to save a baby. We cry daily over the ones we've loved and watch live their days out being loved while battling cancer, parvo, pneumonia, or other terminal illness. We mourn when they pass, then gather the strength to fight even harder in their memory. We are not superheroes; we're rescuers. We live this 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. We hear over and over I could never do what you do; it would break my heart. Then if you can't open your home, car to transport, help by donating. Donating let's you play an essential role in the rescue. Without donations, we cannot run the rescue.
News and Events

  • New Arrivals: CHECK OUT OUR HARLEE'S ANGELS FACEBOOK PAGE FOR AVAILABLE  KIDS under the album "Currently Available for Adoption".


Adira Hope & Nova Jean were discarded once they were no longer used to mass-produce puppies. They both had a softball size tumor in the abdomen area. They both lost their life due to gross negligence.
Even though these precious kids are no longer here, their memory will forever live in our hearts.