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The Feral Companion
Saint Louis, MO
The Mission of The Feral Companion is to rescue, socialize and rehabilitate feral, shy, and special needs dogs. Our goal is to save these dogs from euthanization and find them loving homes. We also help educate shelters across the country unfamiliar in working with feral dogs. Teaching them how to handle feral dogs, help socialize them and adopt them out! Go to website
The Fetch Foundation
Scottsdale, AZ

The Fetch Foundation has 2 programs : The FIDO Bag Program and The Search and Service Program. The FIDO Bag is animal rescue supplies donated to First Responders for use in fire, car accident or other emergencies. Funds raised place them with Fire Departments, Police K- 9 and K-9 Search and Rescue Teams. One the most important parts of the program is the training we give to the recipients.

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The Fix Is In, Inc.
Lake Tomahawk, WI

Our mission is to provide high quality, low cost spay and neuter services in under served communities throughout Wisconsin, including community cat programs, shelters and rescues.  Our vision is to help reduce the number of homeless pets in Wisconsin.

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The Furry Farm Rescue, Inc
Rathdrum, ID

The Furry Farm Rescue's Mission is to reduce abandonment and euthanasia by providing a safe, structured, loving transition to a forever home.

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The Good Dog Rescue
Fort Lupton, CO

Our purpose is to save dogs from high kill shelters and place them into foster homes with our volunteers. Prior to adoption our dogs will be vetted, spayed or neutered, and given the chance to adjust to a home environment.

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The Grannie Project
Southeastern, PA

The Grannie Project is a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization dedicated to the rescue, care, and adoption of senior pets.  We believe that older pets are just as adoptable as younger animals, because of the calm loving companionship they offer.  The Grannie Project is committed to lifetime care for animals that we have rescued, and animals who have health issues too severe or terminal to be adopted, will live out their lives in the comfort of a volunteer’s home.  The Grannie Project is an all-volunteer organization, and is funded entirely by donations and grants.

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The Grey Muzzle Organization
Raleigh, NC

The Grey Muzzle Organization improves the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing funding and resources to animal shelters, rescue organizations, sanctuaries, and other non-profit groups nationwide.

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Fairhope, AL

The Haven was the idea and dream of Dr. Teresa Marshall, a local veterinarian, who ran The Haven out of her clinic for eleven years. In 2001 The Haven became a 501 (c) 3 non- profit organization. Working together with our partnering animal control shelters, volunteers, and investors The Haven been successful with creating a no-kill community. We hope to achieve a no-kill county.

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The Humane Society and Animal Rescue of Muskegon County
Muskegon, MI

Our mission is to protect, care for, and place companion animals in loving homes. We are committed to educating the public on humane animal care and population control through spaying and neutering.

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The Humane Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Columbia, SC

The Mission of the Humane Society is to end animal cruelty, neglect, and overpopulation.  Towards that end, we operate a fixed site and a mobile spay/neuter clinic which provides surgical service to over 8,000 pets a year.  Additionally, we investigate reports of animal cruelty and abuse; offer a program to help manage feral cat colonies; provide education about the humane treatment of animals to community groups; and offer selected programs and projects based upon community need.

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The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach, SC

The mission of The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach is to find loving and permanent homes for abandoned animals; provide first rate veterinary care through our experienced, local veterinarians; offer low cost spay and neuter programs for dogs and cats, and to reach out to children, teachers, and parents through the education of pet responsibility. The heart of our organization is our dedication and professionalism.

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The Humane Society of St. Lucie County
Fort Pierce, FL

The Humane Society of St. Lucie County is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing compassionate care and safe shelter for homeless animals and education to the community on responsible pet ownership.

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