Our Mission is to improve the lives of animals, alleviate their suffering, and elevate their status in the community. We safeguard, rescue, shelter, heal, adopt and advocate for animals in need, while inspiring community action and compassion on their behalf. We are focused on lowering animal over-population and prevention of animal abuse.Toccoa Stephens County Humane Shelter Website
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Our Mission Statement - The objective of this Society shall be to prevent cruelty and suffering of animals; to enhance animal welfare through education, quality adoption, comfortable living conditions; and to maintain a robust spay and neuter program.LaGrange Troup County Humane Society Website
PAWS Atlanta’s mission is to build a community of caring, by people helping pets & pets helping people. We believe that people & pets bring out the best in each other. PAWS Atlanta offers pet adoption services & guidance, low-cost pet wellness clinics, spay/neutering, pet dentals, pet food bank, youth summer camps, and education/community outreach.PAWS Atlanta, Inc Website
Half the way Home is a 501(c)3 organization working to stop the number of animals dying at animal controls. One of our initiatives in helping rural shelters is Project Sunshine. Project Sunshine is an innovative program launched by PAW Power and Half The Way Home rescue to ensure that the forgotten cats in rural shelters such as Polk Co. have a future.Half the way Home Website
To educate public on the importance of spay neuter, the care, and welfare of the pets of Gordon County Georgia. We especially work with the sick and injured: as well as provide food and medication for low income families. ARL helps to find homes for puppies and sponsors the spay of the mother dog.Animal Rescue League of Northwest Georgia Website
Georgia Pet T.A.I.L.S. Inc. (GPT) is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal welfare rescue organization dedicated to helping pets in the Georgia community. Unlike most other rescues, our focus is directly on pets that are not yet in shelters. It is our goal to help reduce the number of pets who ever see the inside of a shelter by helping pets in low-income homes, on the streets and in crisis situations. We are a foster based organization that primarily serves the Metro Atlanta and North Georgia areas.Georgia Pet Tails Website
The purpose of Hands to Paws is to initiate and support programs that extend and elevate the standards of compassionate care for companion animals in the CSRA by providing educational programs as well as direct care and cooperative efforts in increasing access to low-cost spay/neuter, rescue, fostering and adoption of animals in need.Hands to Paws Website
The mission of Rabun Paws 4 Life is to make a positive difference in Rabun County by providing a no-kill animal control and shelter to care for and protect animals from abuse, neglect, and abandonment. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards possible for the humane and compassionate treatment of all animals.Rabun Paws 4 Life, Inc. Website
Our mission is to save the lives of the abandoned, abused, owner surrender dogs and cats in high kill shelters. To educate society on the importance of spaying and neutering their animals. Educate the humane treatment of animals.2 Hands Saving 4 Paws, Inc Website
The mission of Floyd Felines is 1) to spay and neuter as many cats as possible to cut down on the number of cats taken in at Floyd Co. Animal Control, 2) provide emergency veterinarian care to the cats that come to our shelter sick and/or injured, 3) provide quality food and necessary vaccinations to the cats before they are adopted or transferred to another animal rescue to be placed for adoption and 4) assist members of the community with food and basic vet care so that it is not necessary for them to surrender their cats due to financial need.Floyd Felines Inc. Website
"Henrys House Feral Community Inc was created to improve the lives of feral cats in Gwinnett County Georgia. Medical care including spays, neuters, daily wet and dry food, and fresh water. is provided to keep cats healthy and limit the size of the communities.
Educational Endeavors will help educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering to limit the number of unwanted cats in our area, and the benefits of managing a feral community."
The Animal Control department controls the stray population of Floyd County by code enforcement, capture of strays, and education of citizens. We also strive to provide comfortable temporary shelter for those animals while continuously using resources to place unwanted animals by adoption or rescue.Public Animal Welfare Services Website