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Kimo’s conservative religious upbringing caused him to struggle mightily with the early understanding that he was gay. After coming out, he adopts a shelter dog, Jazz, who becomes his life support as Kimo cares for his ailing father, volunteers with Salt Lake City’s unsheltered community, and co-founds a humanitarian nonprofit for people and their companion animals during times of crisis.
For those who have loved and lost a companion animal, Mutual Rescue created two Memorial Montages of photography, poetry, and music—timeless messages from the spirits of a dog and cat.
You are welcome to request Mutual Rescue films for off-line events to benefit an approved animal-welfare organization in your community.
We are currently seeking Mutual Rescue stories for our films, social media, and website. If you’ve been saved by a companion animal you rescued, we’d love to hear from you!