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Animals Need Help of Bear Lake (Montpelier, Idaho) logo with paw print and tagline “We are their hope ... You are their future”
Montpelier, Idaho 83254

Our mission is to save lives. ANH is a small all volunteer organization whose main purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home abused, abandoned, and neglected animals. We make sure all animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, healthy and socialized before placement. Our goal is to reduce the unwanted pet population with education and a low cost S/N program.

Animals Need Help of Bear Lake Website
Animals-R-Family, Inc (Stamford, Connecticut) logo of green house with white dog with a green heart inside
Stamford, Connecticut 06906

Animals-R-Family rescues dogs who have been abused, neglected, abandoned and provide vet care, training, food, shelter and lots of love, while finding them a loving, forever home. We focus on the bully breeds as more bullies are abused, abandoned and killed in shelters every year than any other breed. They are also among the most loving, sweet and affectionate dogs and we think they are the greatest! We love them to bits!

Animals-R-Family, Inc Website
AniMeals (Missoula, Montana) logo with dog and cat profile in a pawprint
Missoula, Montana 59808

AniMeals is a non-profit and exists as a Food Bank for all animals large and small and a No-Kill Adoption Center for Cats. We supplement the food needs of the animals in the care of shelters & rescue groups, pets of the homebound/disabled, caregivers of feral cat colonies and animals living on the street. • We have saved the lives of over 1200 animals and sent out over 335 tons of pet food to date (Nov 2011).

AniMeals Website
Anjellicle Cats Rescue (New York, New York) logo with a halo over the “A” in “Anjellicle” and a black cat
New York, New York 10101

Anjellicle Cats Rescue is a 501(c)(3) volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and adopting out NYC's homeless cats and kittens, with a focus on local shelters animals in immediate danger of being euthanized. Through a coalition of volunteers and fosters, ACR extends a last minute lifeline in time, attention and care needed to ultimately place these abandoned animals in permanent, loving homes.

Anjellicle Cats Rescue Website
Annie’s Orphans (Durango, Colorado) logo with a drawing of a cocker spaniel-type dog
Durango, Colorado 81303

Annie's Orphans is a No-Kill dog shelter located in Durango, Colorado which began in 1985 as a home for retired sled dogs. With dogs for adoption in Durango, CO, Annie's Orphans is the oldest No-Kill dog shelter in the Four Corners area. The shelter grew rapidly into a full-fledged, all breed rescue and was incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation in 1997.

Another Chance Cat Adoption (Kent, Washington): Purple logo with orange and grey cats under logo 
Kent, Washington 98032

We are a no-kill 501-c-3 cat rescue. We have 14 to 17 dedicated volunteers and several foster homes. Our goal is to spay and neuter as many as we can afford and to try and adopt the older, special needs cats as well as all other ages.

Another Chance Cat Adoption Website
Arctic Breeds Rescue (Provo, Utah): Blue and gold logo with a siberian husky profiled in the center of logo 
Provo, Utah 84601

"Harnessing Passion" We rescue and educate on sled dogs and dog sled breeds.

Arctic Breeds Rescue LLC (NKUT) Website
Arizona Beagle Rescue (AZBR) (Phoenix, Arizona): Red and purple logo with a beagle dog sitting inside a heart
Phoenix, Arizona 85082

Arizona Beagle Rescue (AZBR) is a statewide, 501(c)3 non-profit, all- volunteer animal welfare organization dedicated to saving homeless beagles through rescue efforts, adoption, and education on the breed. AZBR works with shelters and humane agencies to reduce or eliminate the euthanasia of adoptable dogs. AZBR also provides foster homes and veterinary services for the beagles in our care.

Arizona Beagle Rescue Website
Arizona Greyhound Rescue and Animal Fund (Tucson, Arizona): Photo of greyhound
Tucson, Arizona 85749

Arizona Greyhound rescue is an all volunteer, non-profit dedicated to the rescue and adoption of retired racing greyhounds.

Arizona Greyhound Rescue and Animal Fund Website
Ark Cat Sanctuary (Parks, Arizona) drawing of a cat
Parks, Arizona 86018

Our mission is to save as many cats as possible and educate the public about the plight of homeless cats and the importance of spay-neuter as the foundation of our hope that "no more homeless pets" will become a reality.

Ark Cat Sanctuary Website
Ark-Valley Humane Society (Buena Vista, Colorado) logo with animal tracks & tagline 'A no-kill shelter'
Buena Vista, Colorado 81211

Ark-Valley Humane Society provides compassionate care and nurtures the human-animal bond. AVHS aims to maintain a compassionate no-kill animal shelter for all homeless, lost and unwanted pets; reduce the number of unwanted pets through spay/neuter programs;Connect homeless pets and adoptive homes; offer support services for the prevention of cruelty to animals; and present public education for responsible pet ownership.

Ark-Valley Humane Society, Inc. Website
Arlington Animal Services (Arlington, Texas) red and blue logo with a star
Arlington, Texas 76018

The Arlington Animal Services Center (ASC) adoption program is open to anyone wishing to adopt a pet. Please visit the ASC or view available animals online at www.petango.com/arlingtonanimals

Arlington Animal Services Website

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