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Utah Lost and Found Pets
Taylorsville, UT

We work to assist owners, finders and shelters reunite lost animals with their families.  We also provide veterinary care for injured, lost pets.  Additionally, we rescue homeless pets and find them forever homes.

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Utah Friends of Basset Hounds
Salt Lake City, UT

We are a basset hound rescue group who provides veterinary care, food, shelter and support to basset hounds needing assistance in Utah. We place basset hounds in our care into foster homes and permanent homes with consideration to personality, behavior, and special needs. We provide continuing support to adoptive families throughout the lifetime of the dogs.

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Salt Lake City, UT
Utah FACES is an all-volunteer, not- for-profit corporation organized to assist Salt Lake County Animal Services in its mission to better serve and protect the animals that come into its care. We strive to protect the safety and health of animals, promote the adoption of orphaned animals, improve the rescue of animals in situations of disaster or distress. Go to website
Utah Animal Advocacy Foundation
Salt Lake City, UT

We specialize in the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of homeless animals. UAAF believes that every animal deserves a home regardless of age or disability. We specialize in the rescue and rehabilitation of 'special needs' animals including orphaned newborns, senior animals, animals with behavioral issues, injured animals, and animals with ongoing health problems.

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Utah Animal Adoption Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Utah Animal Adoption Center is a non-profit rescue organization serving all of Utah. We house last chance dogs and cats until they find their forever homes and never euthanize healthy, adoptable pets. We save over a thousand dogs and cats each year and prevent thousands more from entering the shelter system through our spay and neuter program.

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Urban Underdogs Corp.
Las Vegas, NV

We currently provide support services such as pet food and animal welfare education.  We also hope to provide emergency veterinarian assistance through our “EVET” program in the near future. We are committed to ensuring we help maintain and strengthen the bond between pets and their families during times of unexpected financial crisis.

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Urban Cat Coalition
Milwaukee, WI

We are dedicated to helping create a no kill community by humanely reducing the homeless cat population in the Milwaukee area through targeted trap-neuter-return (TNR).

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Upper Valley Humane Society
Enfield, NH

Our mission at the Upper Valley Humane Society (UVHS) is to compassionately connect people and pets.

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Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter
Negaunee, MI
The Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter (UPAWS) is a non-profit, community-supported, open admission animal welfare organization. Our mission is to "Aid in the sheltering and adoption of animals, Promote responsible pet ownership, Actively educate and promote the importance of spaying and neutering to help alleviate pet overpopulation, and Assist in strengthening the human-animal relationship. Go to website
Upland Animal Services
Upland, CA

Upland Animal Services services the City of Upland providing top quality care for orphaned pets in the community. Staff and Volunteers work tirelessly so that the residents of Upland can rest easy knowing that if lost, their pet will be cared for until they are reunited.

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University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine
Knoxville, TN

The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine Spay/Neuter program works with animal shelters and feral cats in an effort to decrease pet overpopulation and improve animal welfare.

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United Paws of Tillamook
Tillamook, OR
United Paws is a virtual cat/dog rescue, cat adoption, and TNR group seeking to stabilize and reduce their county's entire cat population in 6 years. We have no shelter but actively support foster homes and adoption for >250 cats/year. UP does 1,000 s/n's per year and expects to move to 2,000/year with improved medical are and lower cost to support our population control goal. Go to website