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The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, Inc
Palm City, FL

To assure a better life for companion animals by providing shelter, finding loving homes and promoting respect for their place in our lives.

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The Humane Society of Yates County
Penn Yan, NY

The Humane Society of Yates County exists to promote the welfare of companion and domestic animals through educational programs and initiatives that reduce pet overpopulation, enrich adoptions and encourage responsible pet ownership.

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The Jackson Galaxy Foundation logo
Beverly Hills, CA

The Jackson Galaxy Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit, improves the lives of sheltered animals by transforming the places they live and by helping the people who care for them.

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The Jed Fund, Inc.
Jacksonville Beach, FL

The Jed Fund, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization who's mission is to assist animal welfare organizations who work diligently to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs. Our project based mission identifies the needs of these groups, fundraises and markets for them in order to provide life saving and life enhancing funds.

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The Kris Kelly Foundation
Beverly Hills, CA

We at The Kris Kelly Foundation embrace “Humanity” and we give dignity and a voice to the animals that need someone to do it for them.

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The Last Resort
Hewitt, NJ
The Last Resort, NJ is a Non Profit No-Kill Animal Rescue dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, neglected, abandoned, and abused animals. Many of our dogs and cats are rescued from death row in high kill shelters from across the country. Our mission is to provide a safe refuge, rehabilitation and permanent home for all of the animals we rescue. Go to website
The Little Angels Project (NKLA)
Agoura Hills, CA

To reduce euthanasia rates of domestic and exotic animals with advanced medical needs, throughout Los Angeles County and surrounding areas, by providing surgical and medical treatment.  To aid both domestic and exotic animals from rescue facilities and sanctuaries.  Lead education efforts while encouraging other veterinary facilities to follow suit in their communities.  Continue efforts to partner with other animal welfare organizations who are working toward the same goals.

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The Little Lion Foundation (NKLA)
Long Beach, CA

The Little Lion Foundation is a small rescue that focuses on saving the lives of orphaned and underaged kittens everyday. Founded in May 2016, we have already saved almost 100 kittens and mom cats with their babies. 

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The Little Red Dog, Inc.
Lake Forest, CA

Dogs are man's best friend, but it’s not always the other way around. The Little Red Dog, Inc.  was founded in memory of a little red American Pit Bull Terrier who did not make it. We rescue all dogs, red, blue, tan, white, brown, black and all colors in between. We rescue from high kill shelters, take strays and owner surrenders. We do not discriminate against ANY breed, and will help as many animals as we can. Our primary goal is to adopt them into loving forever homes. Our hope is that someday all dogs make it out alive, but we will never forget the Little Red Dog and the many other dogs who did not.

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The Lucky Cat Rescue
Weehawken, NJ
To help the homeless, abandoned cats in Hudson County, by educating the public about TNR, low cost spay/neuter, finding homes for friendly abandoned cats through adoption events, fostering and networking with other organizations. Go to website
The Merit Pit Bull
Greensboro, NC
The Merit Pit Bull Foundation strives for a compassionate world where pit bull type dogs live in responsible homes and where owner education, training and anti-cruelty legislation support all pet owners regardless of breed. Go to website
The Mosby Foundation
Deerfield, VA
The Mosby Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable purposes: to promote spaying/neutering of dogs through a financial assistance program in order to prevent needless killing of animals due to animal overpopulation; to assist in the care of critically sick, injured, abused and neglected dogs through financial support; to raise public awareness of animal cruelty, humane education, importance of spay/neuter. Go to website

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