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Furry Friends Rescue (Fremont, California) logo
Fremont, California 94537

Furry Friends Rescue (FFR) is an all-volunteer (foster homes) non-profit organization in California, SF Bay Area, companion animal rescue organization.  Comprised entirely of experienced and dedicated volunteers who collectively have rescued and home fostered over 15,000 dogs and cats since 1998.   We have no office, shelter nor building.  All volunteer hero Foster  Homes.  Every rescue dog and cat (all ages; babies to seniors, neglected/abused, medical/behavior needs and breed types) get home TLC, training, holistic/healthy foods, and vet care (modern & holistic).   Some seniors and terminal ill dogs and cats remain in our loving sanctuary homes for life.  Once they are healthy, they are available to be adopted to their forever loving homes for life as true family member.  A true precious fur-kid.   We take our animals back for life.  We also have a awesome Jr. Volunteer program (12 yrs - 17 yrs), assist many animals shelters and guardian assist (rehome).    

Furry Friends Rescue Website
Fiona's Family (Glendale, Arizona) logo placeholder
Glendale, Arizona 85305

Fiona’s Family will provide a nurturing home environment for those senior pets that may need extra love or special care in their senior years with the promise of quality veterinary care and family love.

Fiona's Family Website
Baldwin County Humane Society (Fairhope, Alabama) logo
Fairhope, Alabama 36532

The Baldwin Humane Society, formerly BARC, is a no-kill adoption agency. Established in 1979, we were the first animal advocacy group in Baldwin County. Our goal is to eliminate the number of abused and abandoned pets through spay/neuter, education, rescue and adoption. As a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, we rely entirely upon donations and do not receive any government funding. We rescue, rehabilitate, and find homes for hundreds of abused, abandoned and neglected pets annually.

Baldwin County Humane Society Website
4 Pits Sake Rescue (St. Paul, Minnesota) logo
St. Paul, Minnesota 55119

4 Pits Sake Rescue is a non-profit, no-kilt volunteer Bully breed dog rescue organization serving the Twin Cities, metro area. We are dedicated to rescuing dogs left homeless for whatever reason dogs in public shelters where they are at elevated risk of euthanasia due to pet overpopulation, dogs given up by their owners because of difficult circumstances, and those in danger of abuse or neglect Our goals include opening a medical wing for dogs with ongoing medical needs, create a hospice program for senior dogs to live out their final days in a home, and partner with vets to help address PTSD and the benefit of having a dog as a companion while overcoming this.
 

4 Pits Sake Rescue Website
St. Tammany Parish Department of Animal Services (Lacombe, Louisiana) logo placeholder
Lacombe, Louisiana 70445

In keeping with our vision, our mission is to balance the health, safety and welfare needs of people and animals in St. Tammany Parish by: protecting the rights of people from dangers and nuisances caused by uncontrolled animals, Ensuring the legal protection of animals from mistreatment, Promoting, motivating and enforcing responsible pet ownership.

St. Tammany Parish Department of Animal Services Website
Humane Society of Dickson County (Dickson, Tennessee) logo
Dickson, Tennessee 37055

The mission of the Humane Society of Dickson County is: To educate the public in responsible pet ownership, To teach the importance of spaying and neutering, and To give voice and shelter to unwanted, abandoned and abused animals in our community and find them forever homes.

Humane Society of Dickson County Website
805 Bully Friends and Family (Camarillo, California) logo
Camarillo, California 93012

805 Bully Friends and Family is committed to the promotion of compassionate and  humane treatment of animals throughout Ventura County CA and other surrounding areas. The Organization works to educate the general public in areas of animal care, especially the need for spaying and neutering of animals to prevent further overpopulation in the region. We strive to create a community of educated owners who are able to dispel rumors regarding pit bull and other associated breeds. We work with individuals to help re-home their pets without surrendering them into the animal shelter system.

805 Bully Friends and Family Website
Humane Society of Lake County, Inc. (Umatilla, Florida) logo
Umatilla, Florida 32784

Founded in 1976, the Humane Society of Lake County is a no-kill shelter with the responsibility to operate for the advancement of the humane treatment and the prevention of cruelty to animals.

Humane Society of Lake County, Inc. Website
Detroit Pit Crew Stray Dog Rescue (Center Line, Michigan) logo
Center Line, Michigan 48015

The Detroit Pit Crew (DPC) Dog Rescue is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue destitute dogs in Detroit, Michigan. We are a crew of street volunteers that work together to get as many stray, injured, pregnant and destitute dogs off the streets as possible.

Detroit Pit Crew Stray Dog Rescue Website
GO RESCUE Pet Adoption Center (Norfolk, Virginia) logo
Norfolk, Virginia 23517

Our Rescue Center provides a safe haven for homeless dogs, giving them the time, care, and love they need to find the right home, not just any home.

GO RESCUE Pet Adoption Center Website
Halfway Home Animal Rescue Team (Oakland, New Jersey) logo
Oakland, New Jersey 07436

We are a small but passionate group of animal advocates with years of experience in rescue, animal care and welfare. Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and find homes for local dogs, cats, and occasionally other animals in need, with a focus on seniors, special needs, the very young, and the unwanted. We will also assist other animals and wildlife in distress. Community programs include stocking an animal food bank, education, reducing feral cat population, and preventing shelter surrenders.

Halfway Home Animal Rescue Team Website
The Hand2Paw Foundation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) logo
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106

Hand2Paw provides paid internships to at risk youth to work with shelter animals.  The youth are aged 18-22 and homeless or aging out of the foster care system and they spend six months working with shelter animals providing care, cleaning and training and helping them find adoptive homes.  We current operate the Fishtown Adoption center for the Pennsylvania SPCA (a Best Friends Network Partner) where we directly adopt out several hundred animals a year.

The Hand2Paw Foundation Website

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