Whiskers TNR of Warren County aims to improve the quality of life for the county's stray, dumped, and feral cats. We encourage adoption and help strengthen animal rescue services throughout Warren County.
Pawfect Life Rescue, Inc is a Massachusetts-based 501(C)3 non profit shelterless dog rescue. We are a dedicated network whose mission is to rescue stray dogs and place them in responsible loving homes. We work to educate the community on the importance of proper pet care and define success as the ability to effectively enhance the quality of the lives we touch! We rescue homeless and unwanted dogs locally and from rural southern shelters.
Four Footed Friends is a non-profit organization which helps homeless animals from Indiana County and the surrounding areas. Our shelter relies on the generosity of donors and help provided by our dedicated volunteers. It is because of this assistance that we are able to provide veterinary care and rehabilitation services to our animals. We are also dedicated to making a positive impact in our community through a variety of services.
The objectives and purposes of the Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA are: • To provide a safe refuge for all sick, injured, abused, and abandoned animals that have no other alternatives. • To lead the community in finding homes for all adoptable pets. • To foster compassion for all living things through education and outreach. • To promote the health and wellness of all pets in our community by providing accessible and affordable veterinary care. • To reduce pet overpopulation through spay/neuter programs. • To prevent cruelty by advocating and enforcing animal protection laws.
Bergen Spay and Neuter Alliance takes a comprehensive approach to providing spay and neuter services in the most underserved communities in Colorado. Our mobile surgical unit allows us to work directly in the highest-need communities in our state. Our high-impact work improves the lives of dogs and cats, their owners, and the entire communities we serve.
To help low-income families and our community partners to stretch their scarce dollars farther. By providing pet food at no cost to low-income families in our community, we make it possible for more pets to stay in their loving homes with their families during times of need.
Heaven Can Wait Animal Society was founded as a non-profit in 2000 with the goal to eliminate the senseless, unnecessary killing of cats and dogs in Las Vegas area shelters by focusing on the critical need for high-volume low-cost targeted spay and neuter surgeries for companion animals and free roaming cats, as well as providing educational programs and adoption opportunities.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome abandoned Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, and other Retriever breeds. Our rescue team saves these dogs from shelters as well as assisting people that need to rehome their dogs. We were established out of a growing need to rescue abandoned and unwanted Labradors and Goldens in the Southern California area. We understand that we cannot rescue dogs and save lives without the support of our community and staff.
GAIN works to improve the lives of companion animals and free roaming community cats by offering low cost spay/neuter clinics, financial assistance with veterinary care, and pet retention resources to pet owners in the community. GAIN's cat foster and adoption program results in, on average, 300+ adoptions per year. GAIN also has a pet food pantry where low income and/or senior citizen pet owners can come for assistance.
The Tullahoma Animal Shelter provides care, comfort and compassion to animals in need while engaging our community to bring about an end to the killing, abuse and neglect of all animals. We strive to enforce animal related laws and ordinances in our community to help make the world a better place for all creatures, great and small.
MAGSR is dedicated to rehabilitating and providing a second chance to shepherds that have been abandoned, abused, lost, strayed, or surrendered. Through our community outreach events around the Mid-Atlantic region, we teach and encourage responsible pet ownership. MAGSR remains committed to helping end the needless overpopulation, death, abuse, and neglect of dogs in our area and in improving the lives of the dogs as well as their owners.
We are rescuers for homeless dogs and cats, primarily in southern California, who are at risk for euthanasia. Our goal is to save medically treatable, misdiagnosed, and manageable animals by providing a system of fostering, treatment, training, and adoption. By being a rescue partner to shelters, we help eliminate the need for a shelter to euthanize an animal due to overcrowding, or for failure to thrive in the shelter environment.