At Mostly Mutts, our veterinary partners see it all: , puppies stricken with parvo, dogs and kitties with broken bones, painful hip and knee injuries, eye injuries and pets going blind caused by neglect, rotting teeth, animals that have been shot, heart murmurs, skin inflamed and itchy due to fleas, mange, ears swollen shut from ear infections, and dogs coughing and too fatigued to take a walk from heartworm infection  - that's the short list.


Many shelter animals come to our center after years of neglect, while some come with recent traumatic injuries.  Our commitment to providing compassionate and humane medical care to the Mutts has prompted us to create The Anne Reed Medical Care Fund. Named for a very special lady who has given so much to help us grow, this special fund will underwrite life-saving medical care provided by Mostly Mutts and our veterinary specialist partners. 


A gift to The Anne Reed Fund will directly fund the medical care of our most sick and injured - providing life-saving surgeries, diagnostic testing, treatment for injuries, and so much more.


Make your Reed Fund gift today online at or by mail at: Mostly Mutts, Attn: Anne Reed Medical Care Fund, 3238 Cherokee Street, Kennesaw, GA 30144 



Reed FUND Stories in progress



Hi, I'm Yeller. I'm a sweet boy that found my way to MM when they found me at animal control after my family left me there. It's apparent that I've had a tough time the past few years. When I came to MM, my back was bald and I was so itchy that I scratched myself until I bled. It felt like fleas were eating me alive. My ears were so infected they had pus dripping from them and were almost swollen shut. To add insult to injury, I was suffering from severe heartworm infection which made everything a struggle. A simple walk was exhausting, and it was all I could do to put one foot in front of the other. I made it through my heartworm treatment and feel much better. I can take a walk without coughing, and my heart is stronger. My foster treated my ears and worked hard with my vet to try to cure the infection and get to the bottom of why it keeps reoccurring. This is still a work in progress. I'm a super happy guy who doesn't let it get me down. I'm on pain meds and that's really helped. A Reed Fund gift helped MM afford testing to help me heal, treat my heartworms and get me ready for my furever family. I have now been adopted and I'm living out my twilight years in a wonderful home where my family adores and continues to care for my medical needs!



Hey there, I"m Furby. I came to MM through animal control as a stray. I was in bad shape and MM took me right in. It appears that I have suffered from severe ear infections for many years, and they weren't treated. My ears had become so infected they had swollen shut. It was extremely painful. I healed slowly after having my left ear canal removed. This was an unusual surgery used as a last resort by our wonderful vet. Dr. Underwood is always willing to go above and beyond for our sweet pets. I then suffered subsequent infections for many months. I became so ill that I was hospitalized and placed on an IV for days to stabilize me. I"m deaf due to the neglect, but it doesn't bother me a bit. My teeth were also rotting and many had to be pulled to ease my pain and make it comfortable for me to eat. My foster family takes wonderful care of me and has spent many hours at the vet and home nursing me back to health and making sure I know I'm loved.  I had an accident recently and injured my leg. I'm receiving laser treatments to try to help me heal. Your generous Reed Fund gift helps save and heal doggies just like me. I'm available for adoption. Please click here to find out more about me. :) 


Here are some examples of life-saving care your gift will do:

• $250 mass removal surgery and biopsy

• $1,000 gift can provide life-saving medication for 75 animals battling severe respiratory infections

• $3,000 orthopedic knee surgery


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Our Mission

The mission of Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is to work closely with animal control officers and other rescue organization to reduce the number of animals entering into and being euthanized at local shelters.  Mostly Mutts provides housing, health care, training, physical and emotional care to adoptable animals, while we work toward finding them a loving home.  Mostly Mutts is also involved in the community with education and awareness programs.