Animal House Shelter is a non-profit, no-kill 501(c)3 shelter for all breeds of dogs and cats. We rescue, care for, and find homes for homeless pets who arrive at AHS for various reasons, including: Abuse, neglect, or abandonment, Owners whose time, income, or situation changes, Animals scheduled for euthanasia at other clinics. Once rehabilitated and ready, they are carefully matched with homes for adoption or foster care.Animal House Shelter Website
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APARN’s Mission is to rescue pugs in need (whether abandoned, homeless, unwanted, or otherwise unable to remain in their current homes), provide medical care and emotional support, and place them into loving, permanent adoptive homes in Arizona. We strive to educate the public about the Pug dog breed, including its personality, healthy weight, special needs and care, and the importance of spay/neuter.Arizona Pug Adoption and Rescue Network Website
To continually improve upon the manner in which we care for the lost, stray, and unwanted animals entering the shelter, by implementing innovative programs designed to enrich their lives and improve their chances of achieving a live outcome by implementing creative adoption programs, enrichment activities, deferment programs and providing education in the community, developing partnerships volunteers and rescue organizations and ensuring all animals are provided the Freedom from; hunger and thirst, discomfort, pain, injury and disease, fear and discomfort, and the freedom to express normal behavior.Citrus County Animal Services Website
Arkansas Animal Alliance was founded not only to rehome animals but to fight for stricter animal welfare laws and enforcement in our state. Arkansas Animal Alliance has a small network of foster homes, so we can only assist with an animal if a foster home is available. Most of our rescues come from neighboring counties that do not provide a local animal shelter or animal control. We have helped with several rural pounds by mentoring. Arkansas Animal Alliance has rescued animals across the state. Hope and pray for the day rescues are no longer needed.Arkansas Animal Alliance Website
Alaska Native Rural Veterinary, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit veterinary outreach organization. It was created to offer free services to under-served rural Alaskan communities, where economics and vast remoteness make regular veterinary care inaccessible. Routine access to veterinary care and spay/neuter service is not available in much of rural Alaska. This has a negative effect on the health of the people, animals and communities across the state. ANRV works with communities, tribes, tribal health organizations, local rescues and individuals to bring needed veterinary care to remote/isolated areas of Alaska.
Hearts & Bones Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization composed of a network of fosters and volunteers who collaborate to rescue shelter dogs and find them loving, forever homes. Every day, there are thousands of animals killed in America's shelters because they do not have homes. As a foster-based rescue, we focus on providing all of our dogs with secure and caring environments while they wait for their forever families. At Hearts & Bones, all of our dogs are 100% certified pre-loved.Hearts & Bones Animal Rescue Website
The Forgotten Pet Advocates (FPA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal advocacy organization, proudly serving Houston and surrounding areas. We fund critical veterinary care including sterilization for animals that have been abandoned at boarding facilities and stray animals found in the streets in Houston. Then we network through social media to increase the animal’s visibility, and with off- site adoptions. Our efforts result in decreased intake at local shelters, the kennel owner, allows us to help versus turning them into animal control, which helps lower euthanasia rates and more finding permanent homes! We are also striving to make Houston a NO – KILL community.The Forgotten Pet Advocates Website
County run Animal Shelter who's number one goal is to improve the lives/environment of the animals in our community, through adoption and rescue.Anson County Animal Shelter Website
The mission of Senior Pet and Animal Rescue is to help keep senior animals with their families and rescue, re-home, rehabilitate, and provide hospice for those senior pets looking for a family of their own.Senior Pet and Animal Rescue, Inc. Website
BrightSide is a high-save shelter focused on reducing pet homelessness and euthanasia through adoption placement, foster care and spay and neuter services to reduce pet overpopulation. Each animal that enters through our back receiving door deserves the chance to leave through our front door with a secure future.BrightSide Animal Center Website
The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Promotion of Humane Treatment for all Animals.Antietam Humane Society Website
We rescue older domestic cats (must be 10 or over) who are homeless or in a life-threatening situation. Typically our residents come from shelters (where they are too old to adopt) or from Vets who possess an older cat, who has been surrendered and scheduled for euthanasia.
We then care for them the rest of their lives. When they pass, we have a beautiful "Butterfly Memorial Garden" where their ashes are scattered.