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Our Founder

Christine Brown has been a sales and marketing professional for the last 20 years. She is successfully applying her marketing experience to help animals in need. Christine currently has two rescue cats of her own and a horse named Emerson. She has been a hunter/jumper rider since she was a child.

"My passion and love for animals has manifested into this organization where my motivation is to rescue as many animals as I can, and to empower the people who want to help them."

Christine created Animals In Need Rescue Network with the help of volunteers, other rescue organizations, friends and donors in 2011. AINRN currently holds spay and neuter clinics 2 to 3 times per month, providing free services to hundreds of cats and dogs in need, and the people who love them.

"My goal is to help as many animals as possible by providing free spay/neuter, vet care, TNR, (Trap/Neuter /Return), public education, fostering, adoptions, rehoming friendly cats and dogs and saving them from the streets, saving horses from kill buyers and or dangerous situations, and transferring animals to other rescues."

Make a Difference,
Save a Life.

Our Mission

Animals in Need Rescue Network helps animals through free spay and neuter clinics for both community stray and owned animals, TNR (trap, neuter, return) services, vet care and rehabilitation for sick and injured animals, fostering and adoptions. Every part is crucial to the big picture of saving animals in need.

Since 2011, AINRN has served the LA area, rescuing injured cats and dogs from the streets and kill shelters. In 2022 we also rescued a horse. We are a proud group of all-volunteer trappers, transporters, fosters, and networkers. We believe that it takes a community of resources to help animals in need. It requires independent rescuers and rescue groups to work together for the greater good.

Our Vision

We envision a world in which there are enough homes for cats and dogs alike. We envision a society where spay and neuter services are wide spread enough to serve every need, and free to all members of the community. All shelters would be no-kill as there would no longer be space limitations due to over population.

In this society animal shelters would simply be a temporary stop off for animals who have temporarily been misplaced from their homes. Every animal would be microchipped to ensure a happy reintroduction to their families. Spay and neuter would be the law, and consequences would be enforced should people not follow it. Breeding animals for profit would be a thing of the past.

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