WWAS mission is to provide temporary shelter, food, medical attention and comfort to all abandoned, neglected and injured animals brought to us by the community; to restore lost animals to their owners or seek new homes for them; to educate the public about the humane care of animals with a goal of reducing overpopulation.Washington Wilkes Animal Shelter Website
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Our rescue works with the rural shelters in our area. We are teaching them what to do in order to get more rescue interest. We are also helping them get vaccines that are needed, food and medical that are needed in order to attract more rescues to them.4-Legged Helpers Inc Website
Our mission is to reduce the high number of unaltered homeless cats & kittens through spay/neuter, our foster program & adoption transfer partners. We help to reduce euthanasia of healthy cats in local shelters by focusing on programs for positive outcomes for shelter cats such as TNR & RTF. We also help low income & the elderly with spay/neuter. We are building relationships & making a difference in the community.Pawsitively Saving Animals From Euthanasia Website
The Navajo Animal Rescue Network’s Mission is to rescue stray, homeless and unwanted domestic animals that roam Kayenta and the surrounding communities, and provide a temporary, yet safe environment as well as needed medical care. We will rehabilitate those in need, provide shelter and/or foster care for them, and in the end, find loving “forever” homes for as many animals as humanly possible. NARN will independently work to improve the local public awareness concerning humane treatment of animals along with responsibility issues by the offering low-cost sterilization programs. All involved with NARN will make personal commitments to provide humane sensitivity and a compassion for all the needs of these precious animals that cannot help themselves.
For over 35 years, Angel Paws has worked tirelessly to provide animals with homes and has saved countless animals from a life of homelessness and neglect. Angel Paws is a local leader in areas of adoption, animal welfare, rescue, and the fight against animal cruelty. We provide animals with medical care, food, shelter, love, and a second chance at life. Organized for the purpose of preventing and relieving suffering to and among animals and to disseminate the humane ethic in Iberia Parish and adjacent areas, Angel Paws has left its mark on not only the animal community but also Iberia Parish as a whole. They have and continue to reduce the over-population of domestic animals in the area served by the society through spay, neuter, and vaccination programs, seek to return lost animals to their owners, and take pride in finding suitable homes for animals without owners.
The Forest County Humane Society has embraced its mission of rescuing animals for the past 3 decades. We are a no-kill, open admission shelter. Operating since 1996 at our present location, We are committed to being a shelter from the storm and a safe haven for all companion animals by providing food, medical care and human tenderness. By taking a firm stand against animal cruelty and abuse, and through community education and adoption services, we continue to enrich the lives of animals. We rescue, rehabilitate and adopt out all breeds of dogs and cats. Every animal is given a thorough examination by a veterinarian before placing them in a loving home and all animals are tested for disease that affect them, such as Lyme disease, heartworm, feline leukemia and other infectious or debilitating diseases. They are vaccinated, de-wormed and spayed or neutered. All animals are lovingly cared for until being placed in their “fur-ever” family.Forest County Humane Society Website
Northeast Animal Shelter, established in 1976, is one of New England’s largest no-kill animal shelters and a pioneer in the no-kill movement. Our mission is to save as many adoptable dogs and cats as we can and place them in loving, forever homes. Every year we rescue thousands of cats and dogs from across the country, transport them to our Shelter, and provide them with the care and support they need until they are adopted.Northeast Animal Shelter Website
Pilots to the Rescue’s mission is to save potential pets facing euthanasia utilizing an advanced rescue flight system. Enrolling a network of trained pilots, shelters, ground teams and veterinarians, PTTR gives little souls filled with unconditional love a second chance in a furever home.Pilots to the Rescue Inc. Website
We have met many of our missions, spay and neuter clinics, vaccine clinics, vet clinic on the premises and a mobile vet clinic. We are a very good shelter with a community that gives us great support!Sierra Vista Care and Control Website
Feline Advocates of Leon County advocate on behalf of the rights of animals in Leon County, typically cats but on occasion, others. We also provide care and service to animals in the attempt to reduce suffering and to rehome homeless animals.Feline Advocates of Leon County Website
The mission of the Columbus Animal Care Services Department is to protect and enhance the safety, health, and welfare of the animals and residents in our community.Columbus Animal Care Services Website
Our mission is to create a community where all dogs and cats get a chance for a healthy and happy life in a loving home by promoting rescue, adoption and spay/neuter. Our Planned Pethood Clinic is dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation through spay neuters and also provides wellness services for the animals at our Adoption Center and for animals in our community. We also offer a trap, neuter, vaccinate and release program for community and feral cats. Our Adoption Center provides a second chance for more than 2,300 animals every year. We take in all animals in need and provide care for animals that have been hit by cars, shot, tossed into dumpsters and animals that have been abused, neglected or abandoned and left to fend for themselves. We take in dogs that are heartworm positive and puppies that are ill with parvovirus and provide treatment and care. We take in all breeds, all ages and all conditions and we never give up on them. We are fortunate to have the services of a professional dog trainer, many compassionate foster families and volunteers and a wonderful in house veterinary clinic and an outside full service veterinary clinic. Our goal is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals in need so they can have a happy and healthy life.Franklin Co Humane Society Website