Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch is a no-kill rescue and sanctuary in the Napa Valley for companion and farmed animals in need. The nonprofit provides transitional and permanent shelter, adoption and rescue services, humane education, animal advocacy, and is committed to ending animal hunger, cruelty, and overpopulation.
JARR also collaborates with and acts as a liaison for various local animal rescue groups.
JARR exists to foster harmony between humans, animals, and the environment in order to create a kinder, more compassionate world.
Founded in 2014 by Monica and David Stevens, Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch (JARR) is no-kill rescue and sanctuary based in the Napa Valley. A love of wine brought the Stevens together and their love of animals made their vision a reality. The 501c3 non-profit organization was formed to directly impact the lives of animals by working within the community to protect, shelter, and offer financial assistance for emergency veterinary care to low-income pet owners.
Our vision is to be a solution-based leader in animal rescue and sanctuary; a beacon of light and hope for all companion and farmed animals. Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch is dedicated to creating a humane community by improving the lives of animals by providing the best in animal wellness and veterinary care, and by offering enrichment and education to those who will care for them.
We are committed to building a state-of-the-art rescue and sanctuary in the Napa Valley in order to continue our current work and expand our efforts. Our goal is to unleash the potential this organization has and to expand our capability to be a learning center and a responsive facility that can support the healthy development and care for rescued animals.
The Ranch will serve as our home base for operations, current and future programs, our Adoption Center, a shelter for rescued animals, and a place to care for terminal and aging animals. We plan a resource center, which will be used to further our advocacy efforts on behalf of all animals. The center will include a theater to show animal-welfare films and documentaries and will have the facility to host conferences, talks, workshops, and community gatherings.