Rescue is a theme built with one purpose: Getting animals adopted. And on the plus side, your shelter can now have an awesome looking website. Pets can easily be added or you can pull them from your Petfinder profile with a few clicks.
Rescue is built with the Petfinder API so you can easily sync your pets from your Petfinder profile to your WordPress install. A recurring script will run in designated intervals to make sure that Rescue always has the most updated information from your shelter’s Petfinder profile. Note that Rescue can only read from Petfinder, it cannot write to it. However, you can create pets solely in Rescue.
Rescue requires PHP version 5.3 or higher.
While Rescue was made to work with Petfinder, it’s not required. Manually adding pets into Rescue is as simple as adding a post or page.
Responsive & Retina Display Ready * – Try the demo on your iPad!
Translation file included! – Use Rescue in any language †
Manually create pets, sync from Petfinder, or both!
Supports the same animal types as Petfinder: Dogs, Cats, Birds, Barnyard Animals, Horses, Pigs, Small & Furry, and Reptiles
Categories on pet posts so you can have archives or collections of any group of pets
Color pickers for the header, buttons, and links
2 Content Layouts – Left & Right
Styled for Gravity Forms, WP Email Capture, and Simple Google Maps Short Code
Collect emails and export them into any email service such as MailChimp or Constant Contact
3 custom widgets including a Business Hours and Location widget, complete with map via the Simple Google Maps Short Code plugin
Option to display a single category, or all categories on home page
Automatically created galleries for pets – Just upload images to the post
jQuery slider on the home page, plus lightboxes for images.
Social Media Icons
Use any number of widgets on the Home Page Banner and in the Footer. Rescue will automatically size them and make them look good.
Easy setup with easy to follow instructions.
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