Two by Two Animal Rescue began in 2002 when Sonya Smith began feeding strays in Old Town Helena. She noticed another concerned citizen had been leaving food for them too and placed a note in a bowl. The note was found. They met and combined their efforts to rescue the many stray dogs dodging traffic. Their work continues today on a grander scale, striving to save the lives of unwanted, abused, and abandoned animals. Two by Two's goal is to care for these rescues until they find their forever homes, and educate the public about responsible pet care. Our animals are fully vetted, spayed or neutered and microchipped. They are treated regardless of age, breed, or medical cost. Two by Two receives no state funding or government assistance. We survive by the donations of caring people, fund raising, and adoption fees. Since we do not have a facility, most of our pets are kept in private foster homes in Birmingham and the surrounding areas of Helena, Pelham, Hoover, and Alabaster.
Meet some of our adoptable pets at PetSmart in Hoover every Saturday from Noon-4:00PM (Excluding major holidays).
Pictured is Redford and Molly, two of the original dogs saved. Redford now lives a wonderful life
in Maine where he is taken on picnics to the beach. Molly was his faithful companion. She is now a member of a loving family and is a pampered indoor pet.