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The Wilmington Area Humane Society (WAHS), comprised of all volunteers, is located in Clinton County, Ohio. A non-profit 501(c)3 organization formed to promote the welfare of dogs and cats and to provide programs to the residents of this area to nurture and strengthen the human/animal bond.
To rescue homeless, abandoned, neglected, and forsaken dogs and puppies in the Wimberley, TX area, regardless of their condition, provide them with the medical and emotional care that they need and eventually place them into loving, permanent homes.Go to website
WCHS is dedicated to ensuring the safety and well being of animals, as well as enhancing the relationship between individuals and pets through adoption, education, advocacy, compassion and promotion of animal welfare. Go to website
Our mission is to decrease the number of unwanted cats and kittens by providing foster and medical care for cats and kittens while making matches with adoptive families; by assisting the community with low cost spay/neuter options for their personal cats and by assisting local feral cat communities with spay/neuters and feeding. We also provide education for the community and support local owners with assistance for medical care and supplies.Go to website
Wings of Rescue is a group of volunteer pilots that transport at risk dogs and cats from high kill, overcrowded shelters to our rescue partners that are no kill who have adopters waiting with open arms. In most cases, the pets we fly are adopted usually within a few days to a week. We primarily fly from Southern California into the Pacific Northwest (Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana), Canada and now recently to New Jersey. Relocation works! In just 6 years Wings of Rescue has flown almost 21,000 pets to a second chance and find new forever homes.Go to website
Wishbone Pet Rescue Alliance manages the Allegan County Animal Shelter in Southwest Michigan. We receive and care for approx. 3,000 cats & dogs each year. In an effort to reduce homeless or surrendered pets, we operate the Wishbone Pet Food Pantry and Community Spay-Neuter clinics to provide supplemental food assistance and low cost sterilization for pets of those families in need. Go to website
WolfStone Ranch's is a beautiful, peaceful place… Our Three-Pronged Mission includes… Pulling “unadoptable” animals (with emotional and behavioral issues) from the local shelters, rehabilitating them, and then placing them in appropriate homes... Creating an Environment that Supports Healing for All Living Beings and… Building a Community Around a Shared Ethos of Compassionate Treatment of All Animals. Go to website
The Woodford Humane Society has welcomed and cared for thousands of animals since 1975. With no government funding, we depend completely on private contributions. We accept all animals in need, regardless of temperament, health, age or breed, and set no time limit for their stay with us. We get to know our animals well and provide the medical care, enrichment, socialization and playtime they need to stay happy and adoptable. Go to website