UMDR is about rescuing, raising, rehabilitating, socializing and placing Great Pyrenees and Akbash dogs into safe healthy homes. Our mission is to take the opportunity to save these dogs, young, old, sick or healthy. Giving these dogs a second chance to be happy and feel the love they deserve is the mission we will complete.
Our mission is to provide support for the impounded animals during their stay at the Kerman holding facility, to reduce the animal population through active spay and neuter programs, and to promote responsible pet ownership in the community.
Rescues kittens newborn to 6 weeks- provides hand fed nutrition, medical care, incubation love until stable then received by one of 42 foster homes who continue care until adoption. This organization exists to fill a gap for rescues as the local humane society does not accept newborn kittens.
Laredo Animal Protective Society’s (LAPS) Mission is to provide shelter for homeless, adoptable dogs and cats in Laredo, Webb County, Texas until they can successfully adopted into permanent homes, address the dog and cat overpopulation crisis by helping to provide affordable spay/neuter services to the community, and working to eliminate animal cruelty and neglect through education
Oklahoma Pet Collective Society is dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted, abandoned, abused and neglected animals in Oklahoma. Our mission involves pulling animals from our local shelters, to reduce or even eliminate euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals. Our goal is to provide spay/neuter education and vet cost assistance to pet owners, temporary boarding for other local rescues and working with out of state rescues.
High Plains Humane Society works in Curry County and the surrounding area to reduce animal cruelty exploitation and neglect. We advocate for sensible public policies, educate the general public on the importance of responsible pet ownership, established a continual community low-income spay and neuter program, and support the local shelter. Sterilization is the key to solving the area’s over-population and high euthanasia numbers.
We are driven by a single goal; to save lives. We are doing our part in making the world a better place for all pets. Our goal is to make this world a place where starving, abused animals is a thing of the past. That shelters filled with dogs and cats waiting to be euthanized is unheard of. We vow to save every life that we can.
Our mission is to serve stray, abandoned, orphaned, abused and injured companion animals by providing medical care and shelter in times of need, locating lifelong homes, and promoting responsible pet guardianship through education, legislation and sterilization.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home neglected, abused and unwanted dogs, cats, pups and kittens. We do this utilizing a network of foster homes and partnering with several vet offices. Our ultimate goal is to get the pet to optimum health and then find them a forever home!
To help injured, abused, and homeless animals. To return the animals to their rightful owners or to find homes for the animals if possible. To educate the public regarding the importance of spaying and neutering pets and to promote/organize spay and neuter programs and animal care. To work towards the establishment of a suitable shelter for abandoned, neglected, or unwanted animals, which shall not be operated as a killing facility for such animals.
Wayward Whiskers is non-profit (501c-3), all volunteer animal rescue dedicated to protecting and improving the lives of abused, abandoned and neglected homeless cats and kittens and placing them in loving, permanent homes.
To act as an advocate on behalf of all animals and to ensure their legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection; to provide for the well-being of animals who are abandoned, injured, neglected, mistreated or otherwise in need; to promote an appreciation of animals; and, to instill respect for all living things.
We are a foster based rescue in Nashville. We provide vet care, fosters, & adopters for pets belonging to owners who are homeless or living below the poverty level, when rehoming is their only option. While we are a rescue, our goal is always shelter intervention. We also work with our sister organization Southern Alliance for People and Animal Welfare to help people keep their pets if possible.
Hoosier Fix is a 501c3 Non Profit that provides free or reduced cost spay/neuter surgeries and vaccinations for dog and cat owners in Marion County, Indiana and surrounding areas. Hoosier Fix is a very personalized service. We guide you every step of the way in having your pet fixed. We are available to explain the full process and also followup with you after your pet’s surgery.