To rescue Great Danes from neglect, abuse, and abandonment while providing medical care and individual rehabilitation through our experienced and loving foster home program until we are able to provide each rescued Dane with a permanent home that will ensure a good quality of life they deserve. To assist owners on spay/ neuter or heartworm treatment. “Saving one until there are none.”
Kitten Caboodle, Inc., serves community neighborhoods by rescuing kittens and friendly stray cats. Through our community outreach, Metro East TNR & Rescue, we focus on TNR and specialize in rescue, fostering, and wellness assessments and treatments for stray/community cats. Our team of gracious volunteers work together to locate, trap, assess, foster, spay/neuter, treat, domesticate, monitor and or transfer to other rescue shelters that adopt to forever loving homes.
Quincy Area Community Cat Coalition is a non-profit organization dedicated to humanely reducing the community cat population by non-lethal means while improving public health and the quality of life for community cats. We will reduce nuisance behaviors of community cats with a goal of stabilizing existing cat colonies as we create community awareness of cat over-population through education.
The Susquehanna SPCA is committed to bringing about a time when there are no more homeless animals and every companion animal will be guaranteed a loving home. We work to accomplish this goal through our spay/neuter, adoption and education programs. Our mission is to alleviate the suffering of animals, promote humane treatment of animals, receive and care for homeless animals, maximize adoptions, and prevent cruelty to animals.
Animal Shelters in Vernon Parish, LA are responsible for providing temporary care, housing and adoption services for unwanted, owner-relinquished, and lost pets including cats and dogs. Shelters provide a variety of services that promote the humane treatment of animals in Vernon Parish
Our mission is to open homes and hearts to homeless cats and small animals through sheltering, adoption, education, and community outreach. We take in long-term stay animals from partner shelters and rescues and use positive reinforcement training to aid in animals finding their forever homes. We also aim to aid the community with behavioral resources.
Grand Rapids Pit Bull Alliance mission is to end breed discrimination through advocacy, education, enrichment and outreach in our community while working to keep pets in their homes and providing support to our local animal shelters.
Our mission is to encourage public safety and animal welfare through the enforcement of local and state animal laws. To provide proper care, housing, and enrichment for impounded animals, until a home or rescue can be found. To provide education and resources to promote spaying and neutering; as well as educating the public in dealing with wildlife and relocating whenever possible.
The purpose of the City of Clinton Animal Welfare is to promote and protect the health, safety and welfare of people and pets in Clinton so they can live in a safe community of responsible pet ownership, free of animal abuse and neglect.
We help dogs & cats that are sick or injured, abandoned or abused. We provide medical care, socialization and love until we can find them forever homes. We work to provide affordable veterinary care, and to create a fund to offset medical costs for pet owners who are unable to afford it. We strive to reduce the unnecessary euthanasia incurred on pets in overcrowded shelters and encourage community participation and education.
A voice for those who cannot speak. An all volunteer organization dedicated to finding forever homes for homeless pets. We are dedicated to helping our community as a resource for reuniting lost pets and micro-chipping local pets. Our available pets can be found on our Facebook page, Petfinder.com and Rescueme.org We host adoption events at our facility and spay and neuter and provide medical care for our animals.
Escambia County has a larger population of feral cats. We work with the Escambia County Animal Welfare Shelter. We get 15+ free TNR's per week, BUT it is not enough. We want to expand to mass trap to TNR 30+ cats at a time, which means transport to other clinics. We also provide donated cat food to those in need. We need funding to pay for TNR outside of the shelter offer. We are all volunteers...all monies goes to the cats. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our vision is to create a community where all animals receive appropriate care; are treated with respect; provided veterinary care; and are protected from all forms of cruelty, abuse and neglect. Our purpose shall be to: Ensure the best possible quality of life for animals. Establish a "no kill" philosophy. Maintain a fiscally-responsible shelter. Promote adoptions, affordable spay/neuter programs, community education, and animal rights.
We are a nonprofit pet food pantry dedicated to serving low income, homeless, elderly and disabled pet owners of Tulare County. Our goal is to reduce the amount of pets surrendered each year due to their owner's inability to provide basic necessities. By keeping pets fed, we keep them in their homes.