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Animal Help Alliance
Las Vegas, NV

Animal Help Alliance saves animals in our local shelters through adoption, foster, and rescue. We especially focus on "Pit Bull" types & Chihuahuas...the ones who need rescuing the most! We also assist with resources for owner support and responsible re-homing to keep animals from entering the shelter system in the first place. We are a foster based rescue and actively recruit fosters and educate the public on the ongoing community need for foster homes.

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Animal Harbor
Winchester, TN

Provide shelter and care for lost and homeless dogs and cats and place these pets into new, loving homes. Reduce future generations of unwanted companion animals by maintaining a subsidized low-cost spay/neuter program. Educate the public about animal welfare and prevent cruelty to animals.

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Animal Friends, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA

Animal Friends, a premier companion animal resource community, is committed to promoting the animal-human bond and nurturing relationships with companion animals which are guided by compassion.

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Animal Friends Rescue Project
Pacific Grove, CA

Animal Friends Rescue Project is a safety net for the most at risk animals from our shelters -- the too young, too old, injured, shy, and overlooked cats and dogs. AFRP finds homes for over 1,200 animals and transports hundreds of dogs to other rescues each year. Since 1998, AFRP has found new homes for over 21,000 cats and dogs. AFRP also provides innovative spay and neuter programs to help stem the tide of unwanted animals entering our shelters. AFRP envisions a day where all cats and dogs are in loving homes.

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Animal Friends of the Valleys
Wildomar, CA

Animal Friends of the Valleys is dedicated to promoting humane care of animals through education and a humane, pro-active animal services program. We are committed to preventing the suffering of animals and to ending pet overpopulation.

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Animal Defense League of Texas
San Antonio, TX

Chartered in 1934, the Animal Defense League is a non-profit organization that is a true no-kill shelter for abandoned, abused, or neglected dogs and cats in our custody. Our mission is to enhance their quality of life by providing food, shelter, safety, compassion, attention, and any needed medical care, including spaying, neutering, and microchipping. While maintaining a healthy and loving facility, ADL continually works to find the best possible home for each resident animal. 

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Animal Defense League of Arizona
Phoenix, AZ

ADLA is a statewide animal protection organization. Its largest program the Spay Neuter Hotline connects people to free and low cost spay/neuter clinics and programs throughout the state, and TNR's 15,000 cats per year in Maricopa County- resulting in more than 85,000 TNR's since 2009.  

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Animal Compassion Team ACT
Fresno, CA

Animal Compassion Team of California is committed to working toward the goal of no more homeless pets in the Central Valley of California. ACT is busy working with local shelters, operating an adoption center, educating the public, encouraging pet retention, and saving lives daily in a high kill area. Our goal it to work ourselves right out of existence. We look forward to a no-kill central valley.

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Animal Care Sanctuary
East Smithfield, PA

Animal Care Sanctuary of East Smithfield and Wellsboro, PA is one of the oldest and largest no-kill sanctuaries for companion animals in the United States. Founded in 1967, the Animal Care Sanctuary is a national leader in the no-kill movement and a pioneer in innovative programming. We are committed to the humane treatment of all animals by saving and nurturing lives of homeless animals; adopting each one to a caring, well-matched, forever home; providing affordable wellness and spay/neuter clinics; providing community trap, neuter and return programs; celebrating the power of the human animal bond; providing humane education for the public at all levels; advocating laws to reduce cruelty to protect and save all animals; and advancing the highest standards in animal welfare.

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Animal Care League
Oak Park, IL

Animal Care League Mission Statement: Animal Care League is committed to providing shelter, medical care, and comfort to animals in need; reducing animal overpopulation; and acting as a community resource, thus promoting the human/animal bond.

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Animal Care Centers of NYC
New York, NY

Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) is one of the largest animal welfare organizations in the country, taking in more than 30,000 animals each year. ACC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that rescues, cares for and finds loving homes for animals throughout the five boroughs. ACC is an open-admissions organization, which means it never turns away any homeless, abandoned, injured or sick animal in need of help.

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Animal Care Assistance Program
Louisa, VA

The Animal Care Assistance Program (ACAP) is a 501c3 organization that offers funding to low-income and disadvantaged populations in rural Louisa and surrounding counties who cannot otherwise afford pet care including veterinary services and medications for their companion animals. ACAP'S services can also include grooming, emergency surgeries, fencing or housing for chained dogs, pet food and other services as needed. ACAP is dedicated to promoting public education and awareness by educating the communities they serve on the humane care of all pets.

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