About Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue
Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue was founded in early 2009 with the goal of rescuing animals
from the high-kill animal shelter in Transylvania County, NC. In 2008, records show that 71
percent of the animals brought to the Transylvania County animal shelter were euthanized. By
2009, 80 percent of the animals were being saved thanks in large part to the efforts of Charlie's
Angels volunteers. The organization's founder was Evelyn Bridges, who left the group in 2012.
What began as a small group has evolved into one of the leading animal rescue groups in westernNorth Carolina. Charlie's Angels now rescues animals in counties throughout Western North Carolina and in Upstate South Carolina.
In 2012 Charlie's Angels expanded its scope of services and opened its own shelter in Henderson County, NC. The organization remains dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned, and often neglected animals from area shelters and helping them find their “furever” homes through local adoptions or through transportation to one of the many rescue groups the organization works with in Northern states.
Charlie's Angels animal rescue is a western North Carolina non profit organization of volunteers dedicated to saving the lives of adoptable dogs and cats who would die without our intervention.
The organization is a 501(c)3 status so all donations to CAAR are 100% tax deductible.