To help animals of Nevada that have been abandoned, neglected, and put in a position to be euthanized. Vegas Roots Rescue’s goal is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home the animals that have been put in such vulnerable situations. Vegas Roots Rescue will achieve these goals by working with volunteers, foster homes, shelters, local veterinarians, and facilities to find permanent homes for the animals.
We work to humanely decrease the number of free roaming cats that lack a discernable owner and improve the wellbeing of cats in the community by a trap/neuter/vaccinate/return (TNR) program. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts (APCSM) is a 501(c)(3) education and outreach animal shelter serving Plymouth, Norfolk, and Bristol counties. Since 2009, we have placed over 7,000 animals into FURever homes. Our Mission is to operate an open admission animal care and adoption facility, with focus on prevention of cruelty to animals, education and outreach; while promoting inclusivity, acceptance, and equality.
Tri City Animal Shelter and Fremont Animal Services’ mission is to promote and support keeping people with their pets by offering services and resources with respect, kindness and compassion and to provide safe shelter and care for animals lost from their homes or in need of finding a new home. Our programs and services protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the Tri-City area, regardless of race, age or economic status.
Hudson Valley Animal Rescue & Sanctuary (HVARS) is a 501(c)(3) charity organization, located in New York State. We rescue domestic animals, farm animals, and rehabilitate wildlife. We also run a low-cost vet clinic with wellness appointments for cats and dogs, and a spay/neuter program for cats, dogs, and rabbits.
We will provide a safe place for animals that are abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted. We will also provide care for pets whose owners passed away, elderly and temporary housing for pets whose owners are incarcerated, homeless, medically unable to care for their pet or military deployment.
Our primary purpose is to assist the local animal shelter by improving the care of their impounded companion animals. Over the last twenty years, we have advanced our role and actually contract to operate the shelter. We have now extended our services to both cats and dogs from the city and county. We pride ourselves on trying to help as many of these pets in need as we have annual funding for.
Through education, the enforcement of laws, and by providing care for stray, abandoned, and surrendered animals, we work to improve and restore the human-animal bond and to reduce the suffering and overpopulation of companion animals.
CCARE is dedicated to improving the lives of companion animals in our community and finding permanent and loving adoptive homes for the animals in our care. We provide a safe haven for animals in transition, serve as advocates for them and their people, work to end overpopulation and educate the public about compassion and responsibility towards all animals.
Fix Chicago was founded with the purpose of helping Chicago and the state of Illinois create and sustain a shelter system that saves the lives of ALL healthy and treatable shelter animals in our communities. Our goal is to engage members of pet loving communities. Fix Chicago collaborates with shelters and rescue groups to help fill in programming gaps needed for getting dogs fostered and adopted faster once in the shelter system.
The team at Saving Livy Cat Rescue is driven by the desire to make the world a better place for all cats and kittens. We do it all: trapping feral stray cats on the street for TNR in our own colonies or those of people who are unable to do so themselves, fostering kittens in need to vet them for their furever homes and so much more. Our hearts are in this. We live to rescue. One feline at a time.
SNIP Bus Mobile Spay and Neuter Imperative California is a low-cost spay and neuter clinic on wheels, focusing its operations on the many under-served, often indigent pet owners in five California counties. Founded in 2016, to date SNIP has fixed nearly 25,000 pets! We provide accessibility and affordability to a population who otherwise would not be able to afford these services.
The City of Hollister Police Department & Animal Control Bureau provides animal control services within the city and county, and is responsible for impounding stray or lost animals, cruelty investigations, rabies control, dog license sales, lost pet reports, 24-hour emergency services, enforcing local and state ordinances, operation of the animal shelter, educational programs, and administering the animal adoption program.