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A Pawsitive Approach
Cerritos, CA

Our mission at A Pawsitive Approach is to promote responsible pet ownership through education, advocacy, resources and rescue. We will provide humane education, and share resources to help enable the community to make informed choices, regarding pet population control, health, and safety. We will be a voice for the animals, advocating for their humane treatment and well-being.  Lastly, we will help those homeless animals we can, by providing them with safe foster homes, good veterinary care and finding them placement into wonderful permanent homes.

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A Place For Cats, Inc.
Delevan, NY

We are a 501 C-3 not for profit Cat Rescue run by an all volunteer Board of Directors.  Our purpose is to accept lost, strayed or otherwise homeless cats and kittens, assess and secure them, provide immediate triage as necessary, and through our local veterinarian, provide other medical care as needed.  The goal is to find a ‘fur-ever’ home for the cat.

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A Rotta Love
Golden Valley, MN

A Rotta Love Plus is dedicated to rehoming Rottweilers and pit bulls in Minnesota, raising breed awareness, educating the public about responsible pet ownership, and advocating for the humane and equal treatment of all dogs without prejudice.

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BF Network Partner 172H
West Palm Beach, FL

A Second Chance Puppies and Kittens Rescue is all all volunteer 501(c)(3) organization devoted to saving pregnant and nursing dogs, cats and their offspring, keeping them in safe, healthy, foster homes and finding them loving forever families.

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A Time 4 Paws
Crossville, TN

Our mission is to provide and promote the programs and education necessary to eliminate the killing of homeless/ unwanted animals and to prevent the cruelty to animals. We are a No Kill animal welfare organization. We operate an adoption center and pet boarding hotel which profits benefit our animal programs.

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A PAL Paws Partners. org logo
Jackson, CA

A-PAL is a humane society dedicated to reducing shelter intake and increasing the shelter save rate through spay/neuter, adoption and education. promotes our mission online as we work with 5 local veterinarian partners to provide services to Amador County residents and animals.

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Abandoned Angels Animal Rescue
Columbus, NJ

Abandoned Angels Animal Rescue's mission is to limit the amount of cats that are killed in shelters annually. We utilize TNVR and feral relocation to accomplish this goal. Along with our feral efforts we also take in, nurse and find homes for bottle babies kittens.

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Abandoned Angels Cocker Spaniel Rescue
Flushing, NY

Shelter Chic’s primary mission is to find more homeless dogs and cats forever homes. Our positive, whimsical vibe welcomes people who, for various reasons, prefer to buy their pets from stores or breeders. We aim to take away the stigma associated with animal shelters and its animals and attract a diverse crowd looking to welcome a four (or three!) legged addition to their family. Shelter Chic strives to educate the average pet-lover about the importance of adoption and other issues relating to animal welfare in a friendly and fun way. We welcome all, promote love, and encourage spoiling our furry friends because in the end, they're the ones who rescue us.

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Abandoned Animal Rescue logo
Tomball, TX

AAR is a no-kill shelter and adoption center managed and maintained by an all-volunteer staff. Its on-site clinic offers affordable spay-neuter and wellness to the public and maintains the health of the shelter animals. AAR's mission is to end the unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable, treatable, rehabilitatable, or manageable dogs and cats, and to place them in permanent homes for the duration of their lives.

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Acadiana Animal Aid
Carencro, LA

Acadiana Animal Aid is the area's largest no-kill provider of care and housing for abandoned/abused/neglected cats and dogs. We spay/neuter & provide medical care for over 1500 animals a year and house an average of 80 dogs and 120 cats. With no city, state or federal funding, community participation in our fundraising is particularly valuable. All monies raised go directly to the care of homeless cats and dogs in our area.

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Sunset, LA

We are a private, no-kill, non-profit animal rescue comprised completely of volunteers. We are a foster home network, and most of our rescue animals are currently being fostered in the homes of volunteers in the Acadiana area of Louisiana. Our office is in Sunset, but we have foster homes in Lafayette and surrounding areas.

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ACCT Philly
Philadelphia, PA

The Animal Care & Control Team of Philadelphia (ACCT Philly) is the region's largest animal care and control service provider. Contracted by the City of Philadelphia to provide animal control services, ACCT Philly's facility in North Philadelphia handles more than 32,000 of the city's animals annually, from dogs and cats, to small animals, reptiles, birds and wildlife.

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