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It’s a tragic fact of life that throughout Los Angeles City and County alone there are a dozen-plus high kill shelters that each euthanize more than 100 cats per month. This kill rate increases during kitten season for these stray, abandoned or dumped cats and their babies. Add to that the mature and elderly cats that are no longer wanted and, for most of them, a cage at the shelter is their final stop. Our mission is to give these beautiful death row cats and kittens a second chance. We will do this by rescuing them from shelters, neutering, spaying, vaccinating and finding them homes.Go to website
It is the mission, duty, and purpose of Zeus’ Rescues to eradicate pet homelessness and euthanasia within the New Orleans metro area. The organization is further committed to community-building and pet education with a focus on children and the elderly. We are an all volunteer initiative with the mission to save lives.Go to website
Zazzy Cats Kitty Rescue is a Non-Profit Public Benefit Charity Organization based in Long Beach, California. Our rescue was founded for the primary purpose of rescuing high risk cats, kittens, expectant and nursing queens from city and county shelters in the Los Angeles area.Go to website
Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (YAPS) is a private no-kill 501c3 nonprofit animal shelter. Our mission is to prevent the euthanasia of dogs and cats in shelters throughout our region by providing them a temporary safe haven until a permanent, loving home can be found.Go to website
The goal of Your Dog’s Friend is to help keep dogs out of shelters by educating and supporting their humans. We promote positive methods of training and behavior modification because they are effective, build trust and, unlike harsher, compulsion methods, cannot cause pain, aggression or fear in dogs. We also encourage early socialization and training for puppies to reduce the chance of behavior issues later.Go to website
Our vision is A Home for Every Pet. We hope to achieve this through innovative approaches to sheltering, adoption, spay and neuter, and public education about animal welfare. We are an open intake shelter and turn no animal away. We took in nearly 12,000 animals in 2015, but that number has declined every year since 2010 - a direct effect of our public spay/neuter program. This consistent decrease has enabled us to improve the quality of care for our shelter population through the years, namely the implementation of our Animal Compassion Fund to provide veterinary care to sick or injured animals.Go to website
Yorkie911 Rescue is a 501(c)3 non profit organization comprised of volunteers who are passionate about rescuing, protecting and educating people about the Yorkshire Terrier breed. Our goal is to find the best home environment possible for our rescued Yorkie's needs. We have years of experience with small dogs as well as years of working in rescue. We realize we can not save all of the Yorkies on the planet but we sure will try.Go to website
Our mission at Yorkie Rescue of America is to rescue Yorkshire Terriers from shelters as well as take in owner surrenders. We provide the necessary medical treatment, rehabilitate and find them loving forever homes where they will have a second chance at life.
To help any Yorkie cross with Yorkshire Terrier that finds itself homeless. Our dedicated group of volunteers will do whatever is necessary to make sure all Yorkies in need will feel safe, healthy and loved until they are placed in a flawless forever home. In addition to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming Yorkies, we work with our communities in order to stress the importance of adopting a Yorkie in the hope of one day eliminating all puppy mills.Go to website