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Alamo Rescue Friends logo
San Antonio, TX

The mission of Alamo Rescue Friends (ARF) is to save the lives of San Antonio's impounded stray dogs by transporting them to safety with our shelter partners in New England, and to encourage the public's involvement in rescue efforts.

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BF Network Partner 172H
Wayne, NJ

The Alan Purcell Animal Shelter is dedicated to providing for the humane treatment of dogs and cats in the Township of Wayne and surrounding communities. Each year the shelter cares for the lives of approximately 1,000 animals. Through its aggressive adoption, spay/neuter, community outreach and humane education programs the Shelter is committed to stimulating the public's awareness of the plight of homeless animals.

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Alaska Advocates logo
Palmer, AK
Our Mission: Alaska Animal Advocates is dedicated to enriching the lives of companion animals in Alaska.  In order to do this, we will place homeless pets in loving environments, address medical concerns, spay or neuter, and offer training as is needed.  Our Food Bank will provide food to pets, whose families are in crisis.   Go to website
Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department
Albuquerque, NM

Our organization is a department of the city government of Albuquerque, NM. Our operations include kennels, adoptions, reclaims, marketing, a veterinary division including spay/neuter programs, and a law enforcement division.

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Alexander County Animal Services
Taylorsville, NC

We are a small county operated animal shelter that provides animal control services and adoptions for Alexander County. We receive approximately 2,000 animals per year. We provide care for stray and unwanted animals and try to reunite them with their owners, adopt out to loving homes, or place in rescues.  We also offer low-cost rabies vaccinations and low-cost spay/neuter services.

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ALIVE Rescue
Chicago, IL

ALIVE Rescue believes that every animal has the right to a well-balanced, socialized and fulfilled life. We take on the responsibility to save, rehabilitate and place abandoned, abused and stray animals. We provide medical, behavioral and physical support for animals despite their age, health, and/or breed. We constantly work to educate the public on current animal issues, including the benefits of spaying/neutering pets.

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All about labs
Little Rock, AR

All About Lab mission to to assist in the rescue from local high kill shelters Labradors Retrievers, Lab Mixes and any other animals we can help. We are committed to the spay and neuter of ALL animals we rescue and provide extensive medical care to those animals. We are also committed to the safe housing of these animals at our foster care facility until adoptive or qualified foster homes are found.

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All About SN
Howard Beach, NY

All About Spay Neuter Inc is an all volunteer animal rescue which specializes in Trap/Neuter/Retunr (TNR). We perform full service TNR. We trap the cats, transport them to spay/neuter facilities, recover them, and return them to their colonies. If we find friendly adults or kittens, they are placed into foster homes until they are spayed/neutered, tested for FELV/FIV, dewormed, vaccianted, and microchipped.

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All for One Pet Rescue
Royal Palm Beach, FL

All for One Pet Rescue is a team of passionate volunteers dedicated to the rescue of adoptable animals at risk of euthanasia, with a focus on quality care, community education, and to act as a voice to improve the quality of life for all animals.

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All Fur Love Animals
Las Vegas, NV

Our mission is to improve the lives of homeless and abandoned animals through rescue, rehabilitation and adoption efforts. All Fur Love Animal Society is a non-profit organization with dedicated volunteers committed to the rescue, safety and welfare of abandoned animals in our community.

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All God's Creatures Inc.
East Windor, NJ

The mission of All God's Creatures Inc. is to educate and to collaborate with our communities on the plight of our domestic animals here in the United States,Puerto Rico and Spain. Born and raised in the United States, I have been blessed with an amazing and loving family.  My family has always included pets. Recently i have taken it upon myself to be the spokes person for the animals who are unable to speak for themselves.  As a christian for most of my life my heart breaks for the abused,battered,neglected and homeless animals here in the United States and other countries.  It's up to us to change the world.  That change begins with knowledge then action.

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All Paws Rescue Rehabilitation & Education
Chino, CA
All Paws Rescue, Rehabilitation and Education is an all volunteer, no-kill, non-profit organization serving Southern California and beyond. Since 2012 we have been dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abandoned, abused and neglected animals from Southern California's HIGH KILL shelters. We work diligently to save the lives of these forgotten animals. We strive to lessen the number of animals in shelters through public education about the importance of spaying/neutering their pets and informing them of the large number of animals that pass through these shelters daily. We hope that our efforts will lead to less animals being senselessly euthanized and more animals finding forever homes and happiness. Animals in our care are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, flea protected, microchipped and vet checked. They are placed in nurturing foster homes while they await their forever home. Through our adoption process we ensure that we place animals in loving, responsible, committed forever homes. As an all volunteer organization we are committed to the care of our animals. As such, we strive to keep administrative costs low so that virtually all funds are dedicated to the care of our animals. We work with local shelters and other rescue groups to save the lives of these animals through rehabilitation and education. As a result of overpopulation, these animals have a slim chance of leaving the shelter due to sickness, injury or lack of kennel space. Our goal is to help them find their forever home. Go to website