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Caring Fields Felines (Palm City, Florida) logo of cat face silhouette and grass with CFF letters
Palm City, Florida 34990

Caring Fields Felines (formerly Hobe Sound Animal Protection League) is a 501 (c) 3, no-kill, feline rescue and adoption organization in Palm City, Florida. Our mission is to reduce the overpopulation of unwanted felines through adoption, spay and neuter, and education. The organization maintains a sanctuary, housing close to 200 cats, on part of a 23-acre property known as Caring Fields.

Caring Fields Felines Website
a drawn cat with its tail turning into a heart
Buena Park, California 90621

Our mission is to rescue and rehabilitate as many abandoned and neglected cats as we can each year. Prior to adoption, we spay/neuter, vaccinate, de-worm, de-flea, micro-chip and FIV/FELV test all cats and kittens. We find loving, safe and permanent homes for all of the cats that we take in to our rescue. We have TNR projects at 2 feral colony locations where we feed, give fresh water to and monitor daily.

Caring Friends Cat Rescue (NKLA) Website
Caring Hands Animal Support & Education (Centerville, West Virginia) logo of dog & cat with text CHASE
Centreville, West Virginia 20120

CHASE is an organization formed for the purpose of providing veterinary care and support for animals in a variety of ways. As part of the organization's mission, CHASE seeks to implement Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs in areas where feral (free-roaming or community) cats are in need of services. The purpose of TNR is to reduce the population of free-roaming cats using humane measures.

Caring Hands Animal Support and Education Website
Caring Hearts Rescue (Springfield, Virginia) logo with dogs, text "small dogs, big hearts" appearing in a bone
Springfield, Virginia 22153

Caring Hearts Rescue is a non-profit all-volunteer organization dedicated to finding "forever homes" for homeless, abandoned, and surrendered dogs, including those deemed to be "hard-to-adopt" or "unadoptable" due to age, health, disability, or temperament. We work closely with local veterinarians to address the physical and dental health needs of our dogs so they are as healthy as possible before adoption.

Caring Hearts Rescue Website
Carolina Poodle Rescue (Greer, South Carolina) logo has three different sized poodles in the middle of the wording
Greer, South Carolina 29601

We rescue, rehabilitate, offer permanent sanctuary and, when appropriate, rehome needy poodles and small dogs. We encourage the human-animal bond by promoting activities that serve to bring animals and their people closer together And we support the efforts of those in the animal rescue community seeking to end euthanasia as a means of population control.

Carolina Poodle Rescue Website
Castoff Pet Rescue (Blairsville, Georgia) logo of paw print with cat silhouette
Blairsville, Georgia 30512

Castaway Critters functions as a no-kill shelter for dogs and cats from a four-county area. We accept all animals, regardless of age, medical condition, injury or temperament, and provide temporary shelter until the animal can be rehabilitated or socialized. We provide sanctuary for animals too ill or aged to prove adoptable. Our goal is to ready as many dogs and cats as possible for adoption to loving homes.


Castoff Pet Rescue Website
Cat Adoption Team (Sherwood, Oregon) logo with CAT letters and cat cartoon
Sherwood, Oregon 97140

The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is the Pacific Northwest’s largest nonprofit, limited admission/adoption-guarantee cat shelter (we are able to take in cats as we find homes for the cats in the shelter). CAT has its own full-service veterinary hospital onsite.

Cat Adoption Team Website
Cat Care Society (Lakewood, Colorado) logo with black & white cats
Lakewood, Colorado 80214

Cat Care Society is a private, non-profit corporation founded in 1981 by Linda East, D.V.M. and Lynne Rowe. The original shelter was located in Denver, and relolcated to Lakewood in 1985. The shelter moved in 2001 to the current facility at 5787 West 6th Avenue in Lakewood. CCS serves the Denver metropolitan area.

Cat Care Society Website
The Cat Cove Pet Rescue
Lakewood, California 90713

We take in and rescue cats and kittens from local animal shelters, our feral colonies and owner surrenders. We also rescue and help re-home several dogs and rabbits each year. We have TNR projects where we feed, give fresh water to and monitor at least 100 feral cats each day. We are an all volunteer 501(c)3 non profit, no-kill cat rescue.

The Cat Cove (NKLA) Website
Cat Depot (Sarasota, Florida) cat logo and tagline, 'The Resource for Rescue Adoption Education'
Sarasota, Florida 34243

To provide shelter for homeless cats until good homes are found for them and to reduce the need to shelter homeless cats by educating and supporting the public in matters of feline care and behavior.

Cat Depot Inc Website
Cat Network (Miami, Florida) logo of orange cat with black outline and pawprint for “o” in “network”
Miami, Florida 33234

The Cat Network, Inc. is a 501(c)3, Florida corporation dedicated to humanely reducing cat overpopulation by educating the public about the need to sterilize their pets and strays; providing access to low-cost spay/neuter services for stray, homeless and abandoned cats; helping members in their efforts to place adoptable cats in loving homes; and advocating non-lethal population control.

Cat Network, Inc Website
Cat Rescue of Maryland (Baltimore, Maryland) logo has a black cat and CROM acronym inside a circle
Baltimore, Maryland 21228

Cat Rescue of Maryland, Inc. (CROM) is an all-volunteer non-profit organization founded in 1993 in Baltimore, Maryland. CROM’s mission is the humane management (rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of tame cats/kittens and vetting/continued feeding of the unadoptables) of feral cat colonies in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County, and Harford County in the state of Maryland.

Cat Rescue of Maryland, Inc. (CROM) Website