To serve, protect and shelter homeless companion animals. To place animals into humane environments. To promote responsible pet ownership, provide humane education, and reduce animal overpopulation. To celebrate the human-animal bond.Go to website
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The foundation purpose includes five components: Reduce animal overpopulation by funding & administering an aggressive neutering & spaying program; Develop a "euthanasia free" rescue & adoption program by arranging a network of foster care homes for homeless pets; Develop in adults & children, an understanding of the responsibility people hold toward animals & offer training to carry out this responsibility through continued educational programs; Establish a trust fund for the building & management of an animal sanctuary; Provide supplies & funds to pre-approved 501(c)3 animal shelters to assist when cash flow deficiencies arise.Go to website
Wright-Way Rescue is a not for profit NO KILL animal shelter. Wright-Way Rescue finds homes for approximately 5000 homeless dogs and cats per year. The shelter offers adoption services, low-cost veterinary care and spay/neuter services, community education, and intake services.Go to website
The main goal of the Wyandotte Animal Shelter (WAC) is to find forever homes to the cats and dogs that are in our care. Once an animal is surrendered or completes the state mandated stray hold at the intake facility, Downriver Central Animal Control the cat or dog is transferred to the Wyandotte Animal Shelter. Once there they are taken to a spay/neuter clinic for surgery, along with a rabies vaccination and a heartworm or combo (FIV, FeLV) test. If the animal is need of veterinary care, the non-profit Pound Pals Downriver will cover the costs of that animals needs. They are under the care of (WAC) until they are adopted.Go to website
The Yakima Humane Society is dedicated to serving and protecting the animals of Yakima County. Our mission is to end animal suffering and cruelty, reduce animal overpopulation, and educate the public regarding responsible pet ownership. We practice and promote the humane treatment of animals through animal control services, pet adoption, education, information, referral and quality animal care.Go to website
Yavapai Humane Society was founded in 1972 by a group of concerned animal lovers. Forty years later we are still providing compassionate care to animals that find themselves homeless providing medical treatment to injured and abused animals, we also offer helpful programs and services to the pet owners of Yavapai County.Go to website
To help any Yorkie cross with Yorkshire Terrier that finds itself homeless. Our dedicated group of volunteers will do whatever is necessary to make sure all Yorkies in need will feel safe, healthy and loved until they are placed in a flawless forever home. In addition to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming Yorkies, we work with our communities in order to stress the importance of adopting a Yorkie in the hope of one day eliminating all puppy mills.Go to website
Our mission at Yorkie Rescue of America is to rescue Yorkshire Terriers from shelters as well as take in owner surrenders. We provide the necessary medical treatment, rehabilitate and find them loving forever homes where they will have a second chance at life.
Yorkie911 Rescue is a 501(c)3 non profit organization comprised of volunteers who are passionate about rescuing, protecting and educating people about the Yorkshire Terrier breed. Our goal is to find the best home environment possible for our rescued Yorkie's needs. We have years of experience with small dogs as well as years of working in rescue. We realize we can not save all of the Yorkies on the planet but we sure will try.Go to website
You lucky dog rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue of homeless and abandoned dogs from the high-kill shelters of North Georgia. We believe it is our moral responsibility to save, protect, and improve the lives of these dogs through the help of committed volunteers, foster homes, donors, local veterinarians, and trainers.Go to website