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White River Humane Society
Bedford, IN

The White River Humane Society's mission is to care for the lost and homeless animals of Lawrence County, while providing education and services to the public that will lead to reducing the number of unwanted animals born in our community.

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White County Animal Control
Cleveland, GA

Our mission is to promote responsible pet ownership, compassion towards animals and safe human-animal interactions. To educate the public of State laws and County Ordinances regarding domestic animals and our enforcement policies.

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Whiskers Project
Blairsville, GA

To prevent cruelty, suffering and inhumane treatment to cats and kittens. Our mission is to help stop the overpopulation of homeless kittens through our trap neuter return program. And to educate the public about the importance of reducing pet overpopulation by spaying and neutering,

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Whatcom Education
Bellingham, WA

The mission of the Whatcom Education, Spay & Neuter Impact Program (WeSNIP) is to provide companion animal spay and neuter services to the low-income and working poor. We seek to do this by providing free surgeries to those on public assistance, and low-cost surgeries to clients for whom cost is a deterrent to spaying and neutering their pets.

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What's Up Dog! L.A.
Lake Balboa, CA

What's Up Dog! LA is a 100% volunteer run nonprofit dog rescue whose mission is to place destitute animals from high kill shelters with loving Forever Families. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which means that the IRS has recognized us as a tax-exempt public charity and charitable donations are 100% tax deductible for donors. We also promote spaying and neutering pets to minimize pet overpopulation issues.

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BF Network Partner 172H
Detroit, MI

We are a small rescue group that mainly works with puppies and small breed dogs. We pull them mostly from shelters in Michigan,Ohio,South Carolina and Kentucky. We also take owner surrenders.

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Wharton County
Wharton, TX
We educate the general public about responsible and compassionate pet care and ownership and ensure awareness of the plight of homeless/unwanted pets. We provide humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection in the area and to seek suitable homes for animals without owners. Go to website
Westside Rescue
Fresno, CA

Westside Rescue believes in the human-animal bond and works to keep as many animals as possible with their owners and out of shelters. We provide assistance with food and health care to the pets of the homeless and poverty-stricken in the Fresno area. We also provide spay & neuter services each month to those who would not otherwise be able to afford them.

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Westside German Shepherd
Los Angeles, CA

Westside German Shepherd Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)3, no-kill rescue committed to saving all types of German Shepherd Dogs from high kill shelters and adopting them to loving, qualified forever homes. 100% funded by donations.

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Western Iowa's Feral Cat Program
Waltnut, IA
Western Iowa's Feral Cat Program (WIFCaP) is a registered 501c3 corporation dedicated to reducing the feral cat population in Western Iowa. Since 2011 WIFCaP has successfully trapped, neutered/spayed, vaccinated and released hundreds of feral cats in Western Iowa. We support these colonies by providing shelter, food, water and medical attention to injured abandoned or lost cats found throughout our communities. Go to website
Spearfish, SD

Western Hills Humane Society is a no-kill, non-suffering pet shelter that protects, saves, and enhances the lives of abused, neglected, forgotten, and lost animals.

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Houston, TX
Compassionate Animal Rescue Efforts (CARE) is a Westbury-based non-profit rescue group focused on the improvement of our neighborhood through animal related rescue, outreach and education. Our rescue aims to address many of the growing problems in Westbury including: roaming and stray animals, lost/found animals, and a lack of neutering/spaying, microchipping, knowledge of proper animal care, and pet licensing. Go to website