We won’t stop
Until their voices are heard.
The Myth of Sarama
The name of our rescue was inspired by the myth of Sarama, the dog of the gods. Sarama is said to be the mother of animals as well as their protector. She aims to change people’s view point that animals are lesser beings.
Our rescue follows Sarama’s beliefs, and it vows to protect and nurture any animal who needs our care. Animals need kindness, love, and respect as much as we do. Through rescue, education, and advocacy we hope to not only save animals but inspire the community to help us create a more compassionate world for the animals.
How You Can Help
Bryn Mawr Vets Open House
Date: 2018-10-07 Sunday
Time: 12 pm - 4 pm
Venue: Bryn Mawr Veterinary Hospital
Location: Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
Recent Journal Entry
Community Based Rescue at Work
When we started Sarama, we wanted it to be “community based.” We wanted to get the community involved and empower them. While we love the traditional rescue model (intake, foster, adopt) we ... Read More
Recent Success Story
Kai was trapped when we were doing a TNR project in Gloucester City, NJ. He was very underweight with a dirty unkept coat. After surgery we keep the cats a few days to recover before releasing ... Read More
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”