Tri-City Animal Sanctuary provides a safe haven for abused, homeless and neglected dogs/cats. We provide medical care for the sick and rehabilitation for the abused. We provide education in the importance of spay/neutering to prevent unwanted births. We also provide low cost/free spay/neutering to everyone depending on their finances.Go to website
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The Tri-County Humane Society (TCHS) operates an independent nonprofit animal shelter in St. Cloud, MN. The Society has been providing quality services to the people and animals of Central Minnesota since 1974. Some of our services include care for homeless animals, pet adoption, pet lost and found, and humane education. We also provide knowledgeable answers to questions regarding pet care, behavior, and many other animal related issues.
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The Tri-Lakes Humane Society is a local non-profit organization that provides shelter for lost, abandoned and unwanted animals while actively seeking loving, permanent homes for them. We give every animal that comes to us as much time as funding and space allow to find a new home. We advocate the humane treatment of all animals, each animal adopted from our Society is spayed or neutered according to State law. We encourage spaying and neutering of all domestic animals through educational programs within the community, and we encourage other opportunities for interaction between the Humane Society, its' animals and the communityGo to website
Kindness For Cats Inc is a small 501( c )(3) nonprofit whose mission is to provide a temporary nurturing home for homeless kittens and cats and to find them loving forever homes with compassionate people. We work closely with Orange County Animal Services (OCAS) in their foster program for kittens and cats. The high number of euthanizations, deaths from illness/injury and comparatively low number of adoptions through the OCAS facility prompted the forming of this nonprofit to increase visibility for pet adoption, to educate regarding pet overpopulation and promote spay/neuter to help fight the battle against unwanted felines. We strongly promote spay/neuter to break the cycle of abandoned pet overpopulation. We also provide information regarding responsible cat ownership.Go to website
The target population for the TCHS spay/neuter program includes: our rescued dogs and cats before they are place for adoption, community pets of people who cannot afford the cost of surgery but show an honest interest in caring for their animals properly and families who continually allow their animals to breed. These families are approached, educated and given subsidization information.Go to website
The primary purpose of the Friends of TAS is to reduce the intake of shelter animals through pet education and sterilization with an end goal of reducing the need of euthanasia due to pet overpopulation and lessening the burden of government. Our objective is to increase the positive interaction between pet owners and the shelter to encourage sterilization of unaltered pets. Collaboration between rescue organizations and the shelter is key to finding homes for unclaimed adoptable pets.Go to website
Twenty Paws Rescue founders, Linda and Rachel, share one common objective and passion. Every day they battle an ongoing epidemic plaguing our streets, the abundance of forgotten homeless, abused, and surrendered animals. Twenty Paws, a small rescue, is only able to bring their ambitious dreams to fruition with the help of an exceptional and dedicated team of volunteers, fosters, donors, and adopters. Tirelessly, the Twenty Paws team utilizes their boundless devotion to provide all Twenty Paws animals with warm and loving care until they find a forever home.Go to website
Twin Cities Pet Rescue is a small, foster-based organization; rescuing cats, dogs and small animals of all breeds that were once unwanted, forgotten, neglected or abused. We give them the love and care they need and help them find their home.Go to website
The Two Hands Four Paws Foundation is a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing a high quality of life, specifically improved mobility, to animals that might otherwise not have the means or access to receive it. We work with veterinarians, physical rehabilitation professionals, mobility-aid companies and others.Go to website
Two Tailz Rescue, formed in 11/2008, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, & rehoming homeless, abused, & neglected dogs in the Atlanta area. We specialize in hard-to-rescue street dogs, shelter dogs at risk of dying, and owner surrenders. Our work includes educating society on the ethical treatment of animals and the importance of spay and neuter. TTR is entirely funded by donations and fundraisers.Go to website