We work to find permanent homes for cats and kittens that have been found, abandoned, rescued or surrendered. We believe no matter the circumstance all cats deserve to be healthy happy stage and loved.
Bell County strives to ensure safe and healthy living for pets and other animals, as well as the residents that own them. The animal shelter is a place with open doors and warm hearts for every lost, abandoned, abused, temporarily homeless, or unwanted Bell County animal and has many dogs and cats for adoption.
A licensed non-profit 501(c)(3) rescue organization, the mission of One Love Animal Rescue, Inc. is to help abandoned, neglected, abused, and unwanted pets by partnering with shelters, rescue groups, and the community to facilitate the adoption of these animals into permanent and loving homes.
The Animal Pad is a non-profit, all breed dog rescue that focuses on saving dogs from high kill shelters and the streets of Mexico. We get them vet care, place them in foster homes and then find them forever families. A few years ago, we turned our attention to the street dogs of Mexico. Since then, we have developed a large rescue network in Baja California and we have a sister shelter in Ensenada that we focus on taking dogs from whenever funds allow.
Happily Furever After Rescue is a 501(c)(3), no kill foster based organization located out of Bethel, CT. Founded in March 2020, we rescue dogs and cats locally and from high kill shelters down south. Many of these animals we save have been abandoned, abused, lost, or neglected and are truly given a second chance at life. Happily Furever After Rescue is all about "making dreams come true, four paws at a time..."
Super Heroes In Ripped Jeans was founded because of an incredible demand in the community for low-cost spay/neuter programs, a pet food pantry, and assistance obtaining emergency veterinary care. Super Heroes in Ripped Jeans rescues animals in need, provides aid to caretakers, enables access to services to reduce pet overpopulation, and facilitates education programs, all of which benefit the greater community.
The Cats Exclusive mission is to help control the over-population and unnecessary euthanasia of cats in our community. We combine trend-setting spay-neuter initiatives in our low-cost, full-service veterinary clinic while encouraging all aspects of responsible animal welfare.
The Frank and Lucy project Mission Statement: Provide help to our local community with the growing feline population and to abolish the needless suffering of free-roaming cats by the way of Spay and Neuter, medical attention, vaccines and as nursery for newborn kittens and mommy until they are old enough to be adopted into loving homes.
To save the lives of abandoned, abused, misused, and unloved Pit Bulls and other bully breeds; to find loving homes for those that are homeless, medically rehabilitate the challenged, provide refuge for the needy, and educate the community on Pit Bulls and other bullies; and to advocate for the responsible care and handling of these dogs. We are determined to rid the city of the negative stigma involving Pit Bulls.
Our mission is to reduce and control the overpopulation of homeless cats and dogs through spay, neuter, vaccinating, Trap-Neuter-Return and cat colony management, while providing lower cost veterinary services to our partner 501(c)3 organizations. In addition, funds directly support education and training in order to create healthy and empowered communities.
SCC is committed to the following goals: (1) improving the lives of feral, stray, and owned cats, (2) stopping the growth of the feral population through TNR, and (3) finding every adoptable cat a loving, permanent home.
Our mission is to provide humane care for all of the lost, abandoned, and unwanted pets in Scott County, to adopt these pets to caring, responsible, life-long homes and to educate the community about responsible pet ownership.
We are a community-based non-profit 501c3 organization that rescues at-risk cats and kittens and finds them loving forever homes. We place our rescued cats in our no-kill facility, providing medical treatments through our veterinary clinic. We are committed to addressing the overpopulation of homeless cats by providing low-cost spay and neuter services for cats in our community.
RescueConnect was started to help the overwhelming number of homeless beagles and bassets in North and South Carolina. We have expanded to provide assistance to homeless cats and to include a wider range of breeds. We support cats by helping locals with TNR efforts and placing cats deemed socialized after trapping into homes through adoption. As we have gained cat fosters, we have been able to provide assistance to shelters across North Carolina.
We accept cats that are unwanted for reasons from incapacitated caregivers, neglect, abandonment, disability, behavior issues and feral cats. All cats are S/N and vaccinated. Rescued cats are adopted as pets, and others as “working cats” on ranches/farms, and businesses. Old/disabled cats are given medical care and shelter for the duration of their lives. We work to reduce the number of unwanted cats through TNR. Kittens are fostered, and then adopted.
St. Joseph Bay Humane Society, Inc. is an IRS-certified 501(c)3 no-kill shelter dedicated to relieving animal suffering, preventing animal cruelty, promoting human education and enhancing the animal and human bond. We are proud to partner with rescue organizations across the nation and find a loving home for every one of our pets. We serve all of Gulf County, Florida, as animal control and as a safe and humane place for animals.