There are 2270 Best Friends Network partners working with Best Friends

Almost Home Humane Society
Lafayette, Indiana

Almost Home Humane Society is dedicated to the animals and people of our community. As an organization we believe that our tagline of "adopt a friend, save a life" exemplifies our mission. With the help of our dedicated staff, volunteers and the community we would like to achieve the goal of No More Homeless Pets.

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AlterAtions
Viroqua, Wisconsin 54665

The purpose of this organization is to establish and administer a low-cost spay/neuter program for all companion dogs and cats in Vernon County, Wisconsin and to establish and administer a Trap/Neuter/Vaccinate/Release (TNVR) Program for all barn and feral cats in Vernon County.

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Altered Tails logo
Phoenix, Arizona 85021

The mission of Altered Tails is to provide accessible and affordable spay/neuter solutions for companion animals and outdoor cats. Our vision is to eliminate euthanasia as a means of population control. We work with companion animal owners, breed rescue organizations, and shelters to provide low cost spay/neuter services. Our staff is committed to the highest quality care for the animals.

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Alternative Humane Society of Whatcom County logo (1)
Bellingham, Washington 98227

The Alternative Humane Society was founded in 1977 with a no-kill philosophy and a goal of making Whatcom County a no-kill community. The use of foster homes for rescued animals was and has continued to be our policy. We remain a 100% volunteer organization with no paid staff and no physical shelter. All of the animals are still kept in foster homes. AHS offers a spay/neuter voucher program for those who qualify.

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American Thoroubred
De Soto, Wisconsin 54624

ASAP Inc. was established in 1993 as an organization whose mission is to find qualified, loving homes for horses who are no longer eligible to race. ASAP Inc. utilizes horses surrendered to its program in equine assisted therapy for community youth to instill core values of compassion, responsibility, empathy, and more.

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Anarchy
Staten Island, New York

Anarchy Animal Rescue was founded in December 2010 out of need and desire to help address two major animal crises in this country - unwanted adoptable pets and the mistreatment and abuse of animals due to puppy mills. Our goal is to find good loving homes for as many pets as we can take in, care for medically and place in responsible homes.

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Los Angeles, California 90019

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to creating a better future for pit bulls in Los Angeles- the "City of Angels" by promoting the positive image of pit bulls as loving family companions while working to stop their abuse, neglect and overpopulation through education, public advocacy, adoptions and the promotion of responsible pet ownership.

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Angel's Hope
Dalzell, South Carolina

Through the efforts of Angel's Hope we are determined to see a time when the loss of innocent companion animal lives as a result of entering shelters, becoming homeless, or suffering from abuse and neglect is zero. Our purpose is to keep pets in their homes and to save the lives of homeless pets through our funding assistance program, foster program, and community outreach/humane education program.

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angels logo
Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

Angels Among Us Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity dedicated to saving dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in north Georgia.

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Angels of Assisi

Our mission is two fold- to increase awareness that companion and farm animals are not objects for human use but are living, sentient creatures deserving respect and kindness. Angels of Assisi is also dedicated to providing much needed services to pet owners to make caring for their pets easier and lasting relationships are formed.

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Animal Adoption Center, WY
Jackson, Wyoming 83001

The Animal Adoption Center (AAC) is a 501c3 animal welfare organization located in downtown Jackson, WY. Our mission is to save the lives of homeless and abandoned animals through adoptions, community outreach, education, and spay-neuter. Founded in 2004, the AAC has rescued and found loving homes for over 2,000 dogs and cats. We rescue our animals from shelters where they face impending euthanasia.

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Animal Adoption Center logo
Lindenwold, New Jersey

The Animal Adoption Center is a non-profit group of animal lovers that seek to protect and provide homes for homeless dogs and cats in Camden County. Since our inception in 1991, we have dedicated our time and hearts to helping animals find homes and loving families. Though our resources are often limited, we cherish and nurture every cat and dog we take under our care and see they are adopted into loving homes.

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