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Animal Friends Rescue Project
Pacific Grove, CA

Animal Friends Rescue Project is a safety net for the most at risk animals from our shelters -- the too young, too old, injured, shy, and overlooked cats and dogs. AFRP finds homes for over 1,200 animals and transports hundreds of dogs to other rescues each year. Since 1998, AFRP has found new homes for over 21,000 cats and dogs. AFRP also provides innovative spay and neuter programs to help stem the tide of unwanted animals entering our shelters. AFRP envisions a day where all cats and dogs are in loving homes.

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Animal Friends, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA

Animal Friends, a premier companion animal resource community, is committed to promoting the animal-human bond and nurturing relationships with companion animals which are guided by compassion.

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Animal Harbor
Winchester, TN

Provide shelter and care for lost and homeless dogs and cats and place these pets into new, loving homes. Reduce future generations of unwanted companion animals by maintaining a subsidized low-cost spay/neuter program. Educate the public about animal welfare and prevent cruelty to animals.

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Animal Help Alliance
Las Vegas, NV

Animal Help Alliance saves animals in our local shelters through adoption, foster, and rescue. We especially focus on "Pit Bull" types & Chihuahuas...the ones who need rescuing the most! We also assist with resources for owner support and responsible re-homing to keep animals from entering the shelter system in the first place. We are a foster based rescue and actively recruit fosters and educate the public on the ongoing community need for foster homes.

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Animal House logo
Pottstown, PA
Animal House Project (d/b/a Chester County Pet Food Pantry) is a 501(c)3 charitable organization on a mission to help companion pets stay at home and out of animal shelters by providing donated pet food and pet care services to pet families in financial need. We service families facing financial crisis in eastern Berks, Chester, and western Montgomery counties. Go to website
Animal Humane Association of Star Valley logo
Thayne, WY

A focal point for education and actions to improve companion animal well-being, Lucky's Place Adoption Center near Thayne, Wyoming provides a home base for the various efforts of AHA. A clean, safe transitional home for up to 30 dogs and 40 cats, with outdoor dog runs and indoor cat play rooms, Lucky's Place halls are festooned with photographs and stories from happy adoptive families.

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Animal Lifeline New York, Inc.
Huntington, NY
Based on Long Island, NY, Animal Lifeline New York, Inc. is committed to the rescue of cats and dogs whose lives are in danger, and works to place each pet in a safe, permanent home. Go to website
Animal Lighthouse Rescue
New York, NY

Our mission is to better the quality of life for stray dogs ("satos") in Puerto Rico by educating the local communities, helping establish humane treatment options, and placing them in loving homes in the New York City metropolitan area.

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Animal Loving Friends
Tempe, AZ

Animal Loving Friends (ALF) is based in Tempe, Arizona. We are an all-volunteer 501(c)3 organization who provides TNR (trap, neuter, return), and life-long care of feral and community cats. We serve as an advocate for the ferals, and a link to the rescue community. The mission of Animal Loving Friends is to provide assistance to free-roaming and unwanted animals, and end overpopulation.

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Animal Manor, Inc.
Huguenot, NY

Animal Manor strives to create a comfortable, sociable environment and promote a naturally integrated atmosphere for our animals. We believe that freedom, socialization and inclusion are key factors in the rehabilitation and well being of our occupants.

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Animal Outreach of Shelby County logo
Shelbyville, IN

Animal Outreach of Shelby County is an all-volunteer, grassroots organization working to improve the lives of Shelby County’s cats We accomplish this by implementing trap/neuter/return (TNR) as a humane solution to the growing stray and feral cat population and providing adoption services for tame-able kittens and friendly adults from managed feral colonies.

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Animal Outreach of the Motherlode
Diamond Springs, CA

Animal Outreach of the Mother Lode reduces euthanasia in overburdened municipal shelters by rehoming over 3000 cats/dogs annually and providing low or no cost spay/neuter surgeries or vaccinations to over 10,000 pets. We take animals in danger of euthanasia at Northern California shelters then find them loving forever homes. We save the most lives with the least amount of resources. Support Animal Outreach – Save More Lives.

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