Welcome to
Heroes of the Heart

About Us

Our Mission

Heroes of the Heart was founded in 2017 by Liz Larson. We as a non-profit organization are focused on making a difference for animals and their futures. By creating an animal abuse registry, we hope to give people the tools necessary to better adopt out their pets. If every convicted animal abuser was to be known about, that would help prevent them from owning another animal and saving them from harm. Without support we would not be able to make a difference.

Make a Change

By signing our petition (website below) you are giving animals your voice. Speaking up for those who don't get to choose where they belong. Taking 1 minute from your day to sign this petition helps us show our government that there is support behind us. Go to: https://www.thepetitionsite.com/566/714/569/heroes-of-the-heart/ and sign the petition. Share it with your family and friends and be a voice that is heard!

Thank You

Thank you for taking the time to visit our page! Without the support and love from the community we would not get far. Please come back to find out results of this journey and to learn about events that will raise money for local rescues.

Help Educate Adopt Rescue Trust


Animal Abuse Facts

On average, over 1,900 animal abuse cases are reported to the media every year! This number does not include cases that do no make the news. 

There are many types of animal abuse, such as neglect, hoarding, shooting, fighting, beating, stabbing, torture, poison, etc. 60% are dogs, 18% are cats and 22% are other. Pit bulls are an alarming 26% of the dogs abused yearly!

FBI statistically proved 80% of violent crimes had a pattern which started by abusing animals.  History of animal abuse was found in patterns of the following convicted groups: 

Child molesters 30% 

Male criminals 25% 

Homicide 46% 

Rapists: 48%

Domestic violence: 36% 

 Famous cases with history of animal abuse include: Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, Albert DeSalvo, Carroll Edward Cole, and David Berkowitz. 

Prevent persons with a history of violence own another animal, sign our petition today! 

Support your local Rescue!


The cost of rehabilitating an animal can be difficult for shelters, rescues, SPCA's, and veternarians. If seizing an animal these organizations are responsible for health care, shelter, and food to ensure the health of the animal.

Without donations, most of these animals would never get the care they need to become adoptable. Visit your local shelter today and find out how you can help make a difference. Give these animals a second chance at a forever family filled with unconditional love.

Here are some expenses non-profit rescues and shelters have to be accountable for:

· Dog Spay/Neuter: $200 

· Cat Spay/Neuter: $100 

· Microchip: $45 

· Vaccines: $20 (per vaccine) 

· 1 overnight stay with IV fluids: $500-$600 

· Anesthesia: $90 (30 minutes) 

· CPR: $200-$300 (15 minutes) 

Dog behavioral class: $100-$200 (per session)

Contact Us



Wellington, CO

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Your generous gift will help us reach our goals, plan events to raise awareness, and to help an animal in need of medical care. Thank you!