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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 Network, Inc.
Ellenton, FL

Helping people help animals.

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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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Animal Preservation of ET
Mineola, TX

APET SPCA is a duly certified 501© (3) non-profit Texas corporation and has relied on private funding for operating its animal care and rescue mission. In 2007, APET SPCA received state funding for its low cost spay and neuter program. Local government funds from Wood County Commissioners, the cities of Hawkins, Winnsboro and Yantis, TX provide support to APET SPCA low cost animal programs, Animal Center and future expansions.

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Animal Protection and Rescue League (NKLA)
Irvine, CA

Animal Protection & Rescue League’s Orange County chapter is devoted to ending animal cruelty and suffering through education, outreach, direct action and personal change. We encourage people and organizations to rethink the use of animals for food, clothing and entertainment.

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Baton Rouge, LA

APAWS is a small group of volunteers dedicated to making the lives better for the animals of Baton Rouge, LA. Our group believes every animal deserves a chance!

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Animal Protection Society   Friday Harbor
Friday Harbor, WA

APS-FH is a 501c3 non-profit no-kill shelter whose goals are to help homeless and abandoned pets on San Juan Island in Washington State by providing a warm and loving sanctuary for these pets until an approved home is found for them through adoption or foster care.

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Animal Refuge Center
North Fort Myers, FL

The Animal Refuge Center (ARC) is a private, non-profit, no-kill animal welfare organization and sanctuary located in North Fort Myers, Florida. In the 29 years since ARC's inception in 1988, ARC has grown to become the largest no-kill sanctuary located in Southwest Florida and services Lee and surrounding counties.  Our mission focus is to reduce the homeless pet population and euthanasia rates in our area through education, outreach, community programs, and collaboration with other animal welfare government and non-government organizations.  ARC does not euthanize for behavior or treatable illnesses/injuries and often takes in animals in need of urgent or prolonged medical care.  All cats and dogs who make their way to ARC are spayed or neutered (if needed), chipped, receive necessary shots and medical attention, receive behavior training, and have a home for life if not adopted.

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Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland
Westbrook, ME
The mission of the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland (ARLGP) is to provide temporary care and shelter for stray, abandoned, and relinquished animals, and to place as many animals as possible into responsible and caring homes. The ARLGP also works to create awareness and support for the humane treatment of all animals and to end animal overpopulation through education and the promotion of spaying and neutering. The ARLGP is the only full-service, open-admission animal shelter and adoption center in this region and contracts exclusively with each of these fourteen (14) municipalities for animal welfare services. Go to website
Animal Relief and Rescue Fellowship
Leland, MS

The mission of Animal Relief and Rescue Fellowship, an all-volunteer organization, is to provide responsible, humane care and treatment of animals from the city of Leland and the surrounding unincorporated county area. Our goals to achieve this purpose are:  To provide medical treatment for all animals in our care that are sick or injured  To operate an adoption program which places all adoptable animals in responsible, loving homes  To make sure that all animals in our care are spayed or neutered before going into an adoptive home unless they are too young for the procedure  To follow up with adoptive parents of unaltered puppies to make sure they are spayed or neutered at the appropriate time  To help facilitate a low cost spay and neuter program for area residents in need  To humanely euthanize, and only when necessary, those animals that are not deemed adoptable by a majority of Board Members. Euthanasia will be performed according to the guidelines of the Humane Society of the United States  To educate people of all ages regarding the humane treatment of animals  To build a state-of-the-art animal shelter in an accessible location which will also serve as a model for other shelters to follow in handling lost, unwanted, neglected or abandoned animals.  To maintain a website on which pictures and information about animals ready for adoption are posted, including complimentary postings for area residents’ personal pets.

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