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Animal Outreach of Shelby County logo
Shelbyville, Indiana 46176

Animal Outreach of Shelby County is an all-volunteer, grassroots organization working to improve the lives of Shelby County’s cats We accomplish this by implementing trap/neuter/return (TNR) as a humane solution to the growing stray and feral cat population and providing adoption services for tame-able kittens and friendly adults from managed feral colonies.

Animal Outreach of Shelby County Website
Animal Outreach of the Motherlode
Diamond Springs, California 95619

Animal Outreach of the Mother Lode reduces euthanasia in overburdened municipal shelters by rehoming over 3000 cats/dogs annually and providing low or no cost spay/neuter surgeries or vaccinations to over 10,000 pets. We take animals in danger of euthanasia at Northern California shelters then find them loving forever homes. We save the most lives with the least amount of resources. Support Animal Outreach – Save More Lives.

Animal Outreach of the Mother Lode Website
Animal Preservation of ET
Mineola, Texas 75773

APET SPCA is a duly certified 501© (3) non-profit Texas corporation and has relied on private funding for operating its animal care and rescue mission. In 2007, APET SPCA received state funding for its low cost spay and neuter program. Local government funds from Wood County Commissioners, the cities of Hawkins, Winnsboro and Yantis, TX provide support to APET SPCA low cost animal programs, Animal Center and future expansions.

Animal Preservation of East Texas (APET-SPCA) Website
APAWS
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70835

APAWS is a small group of volunteers dedicated to making the lives better for the animals of Baton Rouge, LA. Our group believes every animal deserves a chance!

Animal Protection and Welfare Society - APAWS Website
Mt. Olive TNR Project
Englishtown, New Jersey 07726

The mission of the Mt. Olive TNR Project, which is a project of the Animal Protection League of NJ, is to reduce and ultimately eliminate the euthanasia of cats in Mt. Olive, NJ. This is being accomplished through TNR, removal of cats and kittens from impoundment prior to euthanasia, provision of subsidized spay-neuter for low-income residents, and accepting stray cats and kittens into a foster and adoption.

Mt. Olive TNR Project Website
Animal Protection Society   Friday Harbor
Friday Harbor, Washington 98250

APS-FH is a 501c3 non-profit no-kill shelter whose goals are to help homeless and abandoned pets on San Juan Island in Washington State by providing a warm and loving sanctuary for these pets until an approved home is found for them through adoption or foster care.

Animal Protection Society - Friday Harbor Website
Animal Rescue Foundation of SE PA
Media, Pennsylvania 19063

The Animal Rescue Foundation of Southeastern Pennsylvania saves the lives of dogs, cats and rabbits who may be euthanized at public shelters and promotes adoption as a way to enhance the lives of both pets and people. We are working towards a day when every pet is spayed or neutered, and every companion pet has a permanent, loving home.

Animal Rescue Foundation of SE PA, Inc. Website
Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, Inc. logo
Wainscott, New York 11975

Our mission is to provide for the health and welfare of dogs and cats on the South Fork of Long Island through shelter and adoption services, medical care, spay/neuter programs, community outreach and humane education.

Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, Inc. Website
ARGONN logo (Animal Rescue Group of Northern Nevada)
Fernley, Nevada 89408

ARGONN is a group of Associates with a common purpose - to address and embrace the reality of an increasing population of feral cats and other abandoned domestic pets, primarily cats. We live in an area that has no accomodation in its County ordinances or housing facilities at its County Animal Shelter for felines. We dream of the day when we will have a no-kill shelter, and even better still no homeless pets at all!

Animal Rescue Group of Northern Nevada (ARGONN) Website
Animal Rescue League of Southern Rhode Island logo
Wakefield, Rhode Island 02880

To be a role model animal rescue organization highly regarded for its forward thinking adoption, education and advocacy programs as well as its exceptional facilities, staff and volunteers.

Animal Rescue Rhode Island Website
ARNO Animal Rescue of New Orleans
New Orleans, Louisiana 70123

We accept dogs and cats who are considered “unadoptable." The too old or too young, injured, and treatable and manageable illnesses. Also successful with feral dog rehab as well. We rehab both health and behavior in order to place in pre-screened permanent loving homes. We also work as a grassroots group on the street to educate the public, and assist low-income population in retaining their pet to prevent surrender or abandonment.

Animal Rescue New Orleans, Inc. (ARNO) Website
Animal Rescue of the Rockies
Breckenridge, Colorado 80424

Animal Rescue of the Rockies pulls homeless "at-risk" dogs and cats from overcrowded shelters and places them in loving foster and adoptive homes throughout the Denver metro area northward to Fort Collins, Colorado.  We also work closely with TNR groups to reduce community cat populations and adopt out hundreds of kittens and cats each year through these efforts.  Each pet is spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, and treated for any known veterinary needs prior to adoption.    

Animal Rescue of the Rockies Website

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