GamesRadar’s Hope Bellingham leaped over fences far and wide to share news of The Petfinder Foundation’s partnership with To The Rescue!, the heartfelt dog shelter management simulator from developer Little Rock Games and publisher Freedom Games.

Dog shelter simulation game To The Rescue! has announced an animal charity partnership that will donate a percentage of the game’s profits to helping real dogs.


To The Rescue! allows players to run their own animal shelter with the intention of taking in, rehabilitating, and rehoming various breeds of dog. This isn’t as easy as it sounds, though as like in real rescue centers, there’s a lot of work to be done. This includes managing all of the dogs’ needs, holding fundraisers, and helping them find the perfect forever home.


The game’s developer, Little Rock Games, is maintaining its promise to donate 20% of profits from the game to help actual dog shelters by announcing a partnership with Petfinder Foundation, a US-based charity that “works to prevent the euthanasia of adoptable pets by assisting animal shelters and rescue groups across North America.”


This isn’t the first time a game has set out to make an impact in the real world, asAlba: A Wildlife Adventuredeveloper Ustwo games also made apledge to plant a tree for every copy of the game sold– which hassince amounted to over 600,000 treesbeing planted. The game is also due tolaunch on consoles this Springmeaning the team should be well on their way to achieving their goal of planting one million trees for the cause.

To The Rescue! is set to launch on PC and Nintendo Switch during the Fall of 2021 and is available towishlist on Steamnow.

For more information about the game please visit the official To The Rescue! website and follow it on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

For more information about the developer please visit the official Little Rock Games website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

For more information about the publisher please visit the official Freedom Games website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.