National Animal Welfare Organizations and Societies
American Humane Association, Animal Protection Division, 63 Inverness Dr. E., Englewood, CO 80112. Committed to the prevention of animal cruelty.
The Delta Society Pet Partners Program, Maureen Frederickson, P.O. Box 1080, Renton, WA 98057-9906 An educational organization that works toward improving relations between people and animals.
Friends of Animals Inc., D Forthman, 777 Post Rd., Ste. 205, Darien, CT 06820. Protects all wild and domestic animals. Subsidizes spaying and neutering.
The Humane Society of the United States, Paul G. Irwin, 2100 L St. N.W., Washington, DC 20037. Educates and lobbies for animal rights
National Humane Education Society, Elisabeth Guillet Vlk, 15-B Catoctin Cir. S.E., #207, Leesburg, VA 22075. Raises funds to help animals in need of special care and maintains a protection shelter for lost or abandoned animals.
If you want to list your Organization
send email to: email@example.com
Did you know that 7 million adoptable dogs & cats are killed each year due mainly to overpopulation?
Breed Rescue Network
Other Rescue Groups
Lost and Found Resources
Before You Adopt - Choose the right shelter or rescue group
The pet adoption experience at different types of shelters can be vastly different, so take the time to visit the home page of your local groups to see which you might enjoy working with most.
Open access shelters
take in all stray animals and are usually county or city shelters
are private facilities. Some are open access and others are limited.
are usually volunteer foster parents who don't have a physical location.
How to choose a cat?
A Cat is waiting (Adopting the right cat for you)
Find out more: http://www.petfinder.com/journal/index.cgi?article=695
The organizations below have all either met the requirements of the SEP (American Humane Association's Standards of Excellence Programs) or have declared a non-euthanizing program. Those shelters which are marked with a "*NK" are no-kill shelters as of this writing, though it is advisable that you call and contact them directly to make sure that this still their policy. An "^" after the name of the shelter suggests that "cents-off" coupons for pet foods and supplies are valued here.
Animal Rescue Missions, 773 Warden Ave., Scarborough, Ontario M1L 4C2
British Columbia SPCA, 1205 E. Seventh Ave., Vancouver, British Columbia V5T 1R1
Friends for Felines, P.O. Box 46, Sussex, New Brunswick EOE 1PO
- Jazzpurr Cat Care Society (Windsor Ontario Canada)
operating a no-kill shelter for homeless cats and kittens for the Windsor/Essex County area and to vigorously promote responsible pet guardianship by individuals and the community in order to reduce the number of needy cats to the eventual point of eliminating the need for any shelter.
- Find Out More: www.jazzpurr.org
- Society for Animal Aid (Burlington) Inc. - Ontario, Canada- non-profit organization dedicated to saving stray and abandoned cats and dogs in the area.
Find out More: http://members.tripod.com/~Animal_Aid/
Hearts United for Animals- shelter placing dogs and cats for adoption throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Find Out More: www.hua.org
Victoria Cat Rescue Corps
Address:P.O. Box 5797 Station B
Postal Code:V8R 6S6
Services Provided: advocates against the suffering of cats and other animals, provides the names of veterinarians and will arrange appointments for the spaying and neutering of cats at a reduced rate.
Organization Type:non-profit organization
Find out More: www.victoriacatrescue.com
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- Toronto Cat Rescue
P.O. Box 41039, Toronto, Ontario M6B 4J6
Welcome to the Toronto Cat Rescue home page. Toronto Cat Rescue works with Project Jessie to find homes for cats rescued by that group. Toronto Cat Rescue was founded and is run by Cindy Greenblat. Since the fall of 1994, Cindy has done a remarkable job of caring for the considerable number of cats rescued by Project Jessie and Animal Alliance from the pound in Bowmanville, east of Oshawa. On her own initiative she started Toronto Cat Rescue to solicit responsible foster homes and loving permanent homes for the rescued cats.
Find Out More: www.torontocatrescue.ca
North Toronto Cat Rescue - North Toronto Cat Rescue is a non-profit,volunteer-run registered charity genuinely concerned with the welfare of all cats and kittens.
Find Out More: www.northtorontocatrescue.com
- Meow-Aid - non-profit, no-kill cat shelter. Adult cats are available for adoption and fostering.
- Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Meow-Aid is a small, non-profit organization, committed to easing the suffering of homeless cats by sheltering them until a good home can be found, and by promoting the practice of spaying and neutering.
- Meow-Aid is a no-kill operation run totally by volunteers. Many of our cats come to us half-starved, mistreated or terrified as a result of abuse or abandonment. We provide them veterinary help as well as food, shelter and lots of love. Our aim is to find good homes for them all.
- Find Out More:
- SCAT - Street Cat Rescue Program Inc.
- 1635 Preston Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7H 2V7 (Telehone 306-975-3736) Fax 306-343-0184
- Compassionate caregivers work diligently to improve the life of feral colonies by providing aid and comfort, including food, water, shelter and medical care. This is not a rescue shelter!
Find Out More: http://www.quadrant.net/streetcat/program2.html
Animals in Distress - Animals in Distress is a registered voluntary organization founded by a small group of people concerned about the cruelty and neglect to which many of our domestic and wild animals are subjected
Find Out More: http://business.fortunecity.com/jv/417/index.html
Non Profit in Korea
Welcome to the official web site for the Korea Animal Protection Society (KAPS). KAPS is dedicated to promoting animal welfare and protection in Korea through education, stricter animal cruelty laws and the continued development of the KAPS shelter.
Non Profit in Latvia
The Animals' Friend - Dzîvnieku Draugs
The Animals' Friend was set up in 1995 by Christine Chilver, under the guidance of the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is a registered charity in Latvia and has applied for membership of the WSPA. The Animals' Friend has its headquarters in Riga, Latvia.
to improve animal welfare in Latvia
to help with legislation on animal protection
to improve veterinary training and practice
to promote humane treatment of animals by public education
to raise funds for animal welfare
28 Aspazijas bulv.
Fax: + 371 8821323
Non Profit in Sweden
Djurhemmet 0302-444 45
413 01 GÖTEBORG
031-24 24 30
Dr. Bex gata 4
400 31 GÖTEBORG
031-24 45 00
412 62 GÖTEBORG
031-20 81 80
fax: 031-20 27 70
Nordiska Samfundet Mot Plågsamma Djurförsök
411 13 GÖTEBORG
031-711 74 13
430 64 HÄLLINGSJÖ
Föreningen Stockholms Katthem
Tel: 08-744 37 61 mån-fre 10-12
Öppet för besök alla dagar 18-20
126 37 HÄGERSTEN
Välkommen kattvän. - Föreningen har ett eget katthem och tar emot upphittade och hemlösa katter. Vi tar också emot katter från kronofogdemyndigheter, polis, sociala myndigheter och dödsbon. Katterna återbördas till sina ägare eller utplaceras i nya hem. Innan utplacering lägger vi ner mycket tid och arbete på att rehabilitera ev. sjuka och störda katter. Vi kontrollerar de nya hemmen noga och överlåtelsekontrakt skrivs alltid där den nye ägaren förbinder sig att ta väl hand om djuret.
Tillfälliga inackorderingar tas emot i mån av plats.
Föreningens medlemmar arbetar för att alla katters rättsliga och sociala status skall förbättras och för att förhindra och bekämpa djurplågeri. Vi informerar också om hur man på bästa sätt sköter sin katt.
Verksamheten bedrivs och bekostas av privata medel. Ekonomin är mycket svag eftersom kostnaderna för hyra, veterinärvård, vaccinering, kastrering, sand och mat uppgår till avsevärda belopp varje månad.
Alla inkommande medel går oavkortat till hjälp åt nödlidande katter. Alla som arbetar på katthemmet gör det på sin fritid helt ideellt.
Föreningens motto är "Katten ska leva - inte dö".
UK - United Kingdom
The Cats Protection League
We are a long-established cat welfare charity. In fact we are the oldest and largest cat charity in the UK.
What are we? - We are primarily a rescue organisation. We have 13 purpose built Shelters and 250 voluntary Branches throughout the UK who between them rescue and rehome some 75,000 cats a year - that's one every 7 minutes. We also encourage the neutering of all cats not required for breeding and provide an information service to the public.
17 Kings Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 5PN, UK
Registered charity of the UK
Accepting donations/membership possible for small fee
Also The Kitten Club
Celia Hammond Animal Trust
Wadhurst, Sussex TN5 6AG, UK
Phone: 01892 783367/783820
Fax: 01892 784882
Registered charity of the UK
The trust runs a rescue/rehoming service and sacturary but low-cost spay clinics. Currently fund-raising to open a second low-cost neuter clinic.
Pedigree Rescue Service
Phone: 01932 862854
New homes found for all pedigree cats. New owners carefully vetted for suitability.
Animal Samaritans (rescue service)
52 Verdant Lane, Catford, London SE6 1LF, UK
Area of: South East London and North Kent, UK
Registered charity of the UK
Macclefield CPL Group
The CPL is the oldest charity devoted solely to promoting the welfare of cats (founded 1927) Our aims:
1.To rescue stray, unwanted and injured cats and kittens
2.To rehabilitate them and re-home them wherever possible.
3.To encourage the neutering of all cats not required for breeding.
4.To provide information to the public on the care of cats and kittens.
The CPL has 240 branches throughout the country. These are all run by volunteers, over 55% of which also have full time jobs
The CPL has 13 shelters around the country run by headquarters, (our nearest is Warrington.)
Feline Advisory Bureau
Want to learn more about cats and be involved in their future health and welfare ? Why not join the Feline Advisory Bureau? is a charity which promotes the health and welfare of cats by making the latest information available to vets, cat breeders and owners. It funds vets to specialize in feline medicine and runs a boarding cattery training scheme and many other feline projects.
FAB members receive a quarterly color journal outlining the latest information and treatments in the feline world.
Over 40 information sheets are also available on feline diseases, behavior and breeding. FAB also holds regular conferences, meetings and open days about cats.
Tisbury, Wilts SP3 6LD, UK
Tel: +44(0)1747 871872
Fax: +44(0)1747 871873
Registered Charity No 254641
Animal Welfare Society
Shilton Road, Burford, Oxon OX18 4PF, UK
Phone: 01993 822651
Fax: 01993 823083
Rescue service, welfare boarding and care advice Veterinary treatment in clinics provided for those in financial difficulty
CAF Charity No(GAYE) No 000224105
Catastrophies Cat Rescue
Half Moon Cottage
Heathfield, East Sussex TN21 9JS
Pfizer Animal Health Supports Animal Shelters in Southern California
Increasing warm weather produces mosquito, flea and ear mite...
Hawaii Cat Foundation - non-profit organization using TNR to humanely reduce the feral cat population Hawaii.
Palm Beach Cat Rescue - humanely caring for and controlling Palm Beach, Florida's feral cat population.
Alley Cat Allies - promotes compassion and humane care for America's feral cat population and advocates a trap-neuter-release program.
Campus Cat Coalition - University of Texas, Austin - trap/neuter/release program to manage and control the feral cat population.
Aggie Feral Cat Alliance of Texas (AFCAT) - dedicated to the welfare, study, and management of feral cat populations on the campus of Texas A&M University.
Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon - dedicated to the humane reduction of feral cat populations through spaying and neutering clinics.
Town Cats - Ocean City, MD - working to control the homeless cat populations by trapping, sterilizing, and releasing cats to monitored sites where food, shelter, and care are provided.
USDA Missing Pet Network(State by state listings of missing dogs and cats.)
No More Homeless Pets - Best Friends Animal Sanctuary has some excellent Downloadable Booklets in PDF format, fully formatted, with photos and illustrations, and all ready to print out for yourself or other people.
How to Find Homes for Homeless Pets
The Adoption Option
How to Start Your Own Sanctuary
How to Care for Feral Cats
How to Start a Spay/Neuter Program
The Truth about Juvenile Spay/Neuter
Animal Shelter Assistance Program (ASAP)
Friends for Life Animal Sanctuary - Gilbert, AZ - a registered Non Profit Organization offers humane, no-kill alternatives to homeless cats and dogs. Features Painting Paws, paintings created by rescued cats and dogs, and rescue stories.
Painting PawsTM - Help our Starving Artists!
Every painting is created by a rescued cat or dog saved by Friends for Life. Volunteers provide the paint and paper and the animals create the art. Some people are a bit skeptical, but we assure you, each piece of art is created by actual paws. Each piece is created with non-toxic, water-based acrylic paint and is matted and/or framed as appropriate.
Friends for Life Animal Sanctuary
Animal Rescues and Adoptions
715 W. Baseline #3-178
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Friends for Life is a registered nonprofit animal rescue organization dedicated to ending animal suffering in Maricopa County. We enforce an intense spay and neuter policy for all the animals we rescue. Friends for Life strives to preserve and enhance life and does not practice or condone euthanasia as a means of population control.
Animal Helpline, P.O. Box 944, Morongo Valley 92256
California Feline Foundatioln, 555 N. Van Ness, Fresno 93728
D.E.L.T.A. Rescue, P.O. Box 9, Glendale 91209-0009
Friends of Cats Inc., P.O. Box 1613, Lakeside 92040
Helen Woodward Animal Center, 641 El Apajo, P.O. Box 64, Rancho Santa Fe 92067
Living Free Animal Sanctuary, P.O. Box 5, 54250 Keen Camp Rd. Mountain Center 92561
Los Angeles County Dept. of Animal Care and Control, Center #5, 5210 W. Ave. I, Lancaster 93536
Marin Humane Society, 171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Novato 94949
N.A.R.F., P.O. Box 26587, San Jose 95159
Peninsula Humane Society, 12 Airport Blvd., San Mateo 94401
Pet Pride, P.O. Box 1055, Pacific Palisades 90272
San Diego Humane Society/SPCA, 887 Sherman St., San Diego 92110
San Clemente Animal Shelter, 224 Pin-Toresco, San Clemente 92672
SPCA of Monterey County, P.O. Box 3058, Monterey 93942
Valley Oak SPCA , 29016 Hwy. 99, Visalia 93277
Pet Finders - Sacramento - Pet Finders provides a pet information HOTLINE and adoption placement service for stray or unwanted pets for Northern California including Sacramento and surrounding counties.
Animal Shelter Assistance Program (ASAP)
5473 Overpass Road
Santa Barbara, CA, 93111
The Pets Unlimited Shelter
Thank you for your interest in our Adoption Center. Pets Unlimited is a non-profit charitable organization that was established in the 1940's. It was located on Sacramento Street in San Francisco, and it provided homeless animals with care, shelter and adoption services. It was also the first Adoption Center with a "no-kill" agenda. In the 1970's, Pets Unlimited moved to its current building on Fillmore Street. Due to a noise ordinance, the Adoption Center can no longer house dogs. Today, Pets Unlimited serves as the only 24 hour emergency hospital in the city. It also runs a cat Adoption Center.
I urge everyone to visit the center. There are many happy and healthy feline friends who are looking for new homes. All of the cats have passed a physical exam, been spayed or neutered, been tested for FIV and Leukemia, been vaccinated and been bathed. The facility is unique because visitors can pet, play with and handle all of the cats. In addition, we always need volunteers to assist with cat care. Please visit!!
Pet Network - Saratoga California - We are a Non-Profit Animal Rescue - Placement Service
2nd Chance Kittens & Kats- nonprofit group rescues and secures treatment, feed, and supplies for injured, ill, and/or abused domestic animals and wildlife.
Companion Animal Rescue Effort
Introducing C.A.R.E. - Mission Statement We are a nonprofit animal welfare group composed of volunteers. We place homeless animals into safe and loving homes. All our companion animals go into the community spayed or neutered (except for the smallest of puppies and kittens). We also offer phone support for adopters, obedience classes, and grooming clinics for cats and dogs. We're dedicated to making Santa Clara County a better place for the animals.
C.A.R.E. is currently operating with a board of six members and one staff member. Our total operating budget is $100,000. We have been in operation in Santa Clara County for five years. Donations can be either monetary or inkind, and they are always appreciated.
Companion Animal Rescue Effort
P.O. Box 111474
Campbell, California 95011-1474
Feral Cat Coalition
The Feral Cat Coalition was formed. The FCC is an organization that traps and spays/neuters feral cats, then returns them to their caretakers. This service is provided to the community at no cost by licensed veterinarians and volunteers with one goal in mind: reducing the enormous number of homeless, unwanted cats.
Since we began in November 1992, we have spayed/neutered over 1,500 cats per year!!! The FCC is made up entirely of volunteers, and donations are always welcome and needed for surgical supplies!
Please send your tax-deductible contributions to:
FERAL CAT COALITION
9528 MIRAMAR ROAD #160
SAN DIEGO, CA 92126
Persian Cat Rescue
305 Ross Drive
Mill Valley CA 94941
Who We Are
Persian Cat Rescue is a group of volunteers, led by Wanda Roe, working together to save Persians as well as Himalayans and Exotic Shorthairs. Our rescue's goal is to find happy and healthy homes for those that have been abandoned, abused or are strays. Each of our volunteers have been "touched" in some way by a Persian and we feel that they are a very special breed. We will keep a cat until the perfect home is found for him/her, usually 1 week to 1 year. We operate solely on donations and the kindness of volunteers and local veterinarians.
Pets in Need - Animal Adoption and Referral Agency
Animal Adoption and Referral Agency
873 Fifth Ave.,
Redwood City, CA 94063
Pets in Need (PIN) is a non-profit, community-based, humane animal shelter and adoption agency. PIN is located in Redwood City, California and serves communities throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area. PIN provides comprehensive assistance to clients and companion animals sheltered and listed through PIN's innovative placement and referral system. PIN provides many services to assure that animals find and are maintained in permanent, loving relationships and homes. Our primary mission is to reduce companion animal homelessness and abuse.
ANIMALS AT RISK CARE SANCTUARY i Modesto, California
"Providing a safe place for domestic pets to age gracefully"
AARC has established a new rescue program called Rainbow Rescue. Our Rainbow Rescue page tells all about this new program. The page also has pictures and biographies of pets who are available for adoption! To help us in our rescue efforts, we are in need of people willing to provide Foster Homes for dogs, cats, and bunnies. The more Foster Homes we have, the more animals we can rescue. If you are interested in becoming a Foster Home, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (209)527-AARC.
Tender Loving Care - T.L.C.R.
P.O. BOX 700724
SAN JOSE, CA. 95170-0274
VOICE MAIL 408-255-1806
T.L.C.R.'s purpose is to find the right new home for stray, feral, abandoned, unwanted and owner relinquished kittens and cats. Each cat and kitten gets a full veterinary exam, vacinations and FELV/FIV Combo tested. All kittens and cats stay in the foster homes until they become adopted. They are affection trained and are not considered until they are COMPANION ready. Then get ready, these guys and gals are a load of FUN. Adoption donations go towards the cost of vet bills, food, litter, toys, bedding and whatever else the little guys require.
Alley Cat Rescue Foundation (San Francisco) - What is Alley Cat Rescue Foundation?
The ACRF program provides resources to enable individuals primarily in the South/South East San Francisco Bay Area to rescue abandoned, abused and/or neglected cats and kittens of all ages. Our Placement Program is also available to assist people in adopting a new cat or finding new homes for their present cats. The foundation is a non-profit organization comprised of individuals who spend their own time (and often their own money) to see to it that whatever cats we can sponsor are nourished and healed - both physically and psychologically. Once a feline is deemed ready, it is shown at certain display points so that individuals who wish to own a cat can choose to adopt one of the ACRF cats.
ACRF has found homes for over 3,000 cats in 3 years.
Organizations in the Los Angeles Area
See also Sue Freeman's
Guide to Rescue Cats in the Los Angeles area
Actors & Other s For Animals
Call (818) 755-6045 for referrals
West Los Angeles
Cats & Dogs - Shelter rescue only - No kennels
For Adoptions, please call for an appointment
Phone: (310) 278-2935
Animal Alliance for Cats
West Los Angeles
Adoptions by appt only
Cats Recues Only. Kennel Available
Phone: (310) 479-8551
Best Friends Animal Santuary
Raising Funds for a Utah animal sanctuary - no shelter in Los Angeles
Phone: (818) 377-9778
Adoptions available at Petco - No Kennel
Sats 11:00 - 3:00, 17919 Ventura, Encino
Suns 11:00 - 3:30, 2910 Wilshire, Santa Monica
Phone: (818) 759-6554
CATS in Need of Human Care
Adoption Services available at several PetsMarts Stores
Orange County, Pomona, Riverside, San Gabriel
Sats & Suns 10:00-5:00, call stores
Phone: (909) 622-0121
Animal Rescue & Adoption Society, 2390 S. Delaware, Denver 80223
Boulder County Humane Society, 2323 55th St., Boulder 80301
Cat Care Society, 5985 W. 11th Ave., Lakewood 80214
Denver Dumb Friends League, 2080 S. Quebec, Denver 80231
Fur Purries, 111 W. Abriendo, Pueblo 81004
Longmont Humane Society, 9595 Nelson Rd., Longmont 80501
Animal Friends of Connecticut, P.O. Box 370306, West Hartford 06137-0306
MEOW Inc. , P.O. Box 999, 10 Naser Rd., Litchfield 06759
Connecticut Cat Rescue Web
Welcome to the Connecticut Cat Rescue Web! If you're a cat lover in or around Connecticut, this is your resource for helping homeless cats find homes. If you have cats available for adoption, please contact me to have them listed here. If you know anyone else who might be interested in these pages (especially people who run rescue organizations and animal shelters in CT), please tell them about it!
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Washington Humane Society, 7319 Georgia Ave. N.W., Washington 20012
Peacock is just one cat with a computer and just one place to start. Not even an organization. If you need or want to give help, please work with a rescue organization. And if you seek a home for a cat, the more organizations you contact the better. Please check out Peacock's Friends again and again. New cats come on board often as NEEDING HELP NOW or as SUCCESS stories, and so does other info.
S.A.B.R.E. - Somali & Abyssinian Rescue
S.A.B.R.E. is a non-profit breed rescue and education organization whose goal is to provide a haven for unwanted Somali and Abyssinian cats and place them in responsible homes, as well as educate people about these wonderful cats and their needs. While our central office is in the Chicago area, we are a nationally connected club, and have representatives throughout the country. We have no affiliation with any club or parent organization, although some cat clubs donate money to our cause.
S.A.B.R.E. works with a number of shelters and veterinarian offices, as well as appears at cat shows, to make ourselves known. Most of the cats we see are from shelters or turned into us by the owner.
P.O. Box 30206
Indpls., IN 46230
Cats Haven is a nonprofit organization providing many services for our feline friends. It is a pro-life, no-kill shelter for cats and kittens who are in transition and need a home of their own. It is a non-institutional shelter so cats are not kept in cages as a rule. It is a hospice for cats whose injuries need attention before they can be adopted. Cats Haven is also a final home for cats who have outlived their owners and are in their golden years themselves. We are currently at capacity and cannot house any more cats.
Adopt-A-Pet Inc., 11900 232nd St. S.W., Miami 33170
Humane Society of Broward County, 2070 Griffin Rd., Fort Lauderdale 33312
Humane Society of St. Lucie County, P.O. Box 3661, Savannah Rd., Fort Pierce 34982
K&C Pet Rescue & Adoption Society, 9160 Commonwealth Ave., Jacksonville 32220
Leesburg Humane Society, P.O. Box 895334, Leesburg 34789-5334
West Volusia Humane Society , P.O. Box 2019, DeLand 32721
All C.A.T.S. Inc., 9880 Robinwood, Rosewell 30075-4128
Atlanta Humane Society, 981 Howell Mill Rd., Atlanta 30318
Good Mews Animal Foundation, 788 Sandtown Rd., Marietta 30060
Concerned Feline Majority
Phone: (404) 993-1222
Good Mews Animal Foundation
788 Sandtown Road, Marietta
Phone: (770) 499-CATS
Jennifer's Kitty Rescue
Kitty Village- A description of the organization from their website: "Kitty Village matches people who want to adopt a cat with cat rescuers, humane societies, and owners, but not breeders. The cats who are available through Kitty Village remain with their current caretaker until a new home is found. Caretakers are located throughout metro Atlanta."
Animal Organizations in Georgia by City/Town
CSRA Humane Society, Inc
Atlanta Humane Society
Atlanta Wildlife Relocators
Gwinnett Animal Control Shelter
Humane Services of Metro Atlanta
Humane Society of Cobb County
Cherokee County Humane Society
Humane Society of North Georgia
Forsyth County Animal Control
TLC Humane Society
DeKalb Humane Society
Gwinnett Humane Society
Georgia United Animal Rescue
Animal Welfare and Rescue Effort of Savannah
Pets Are Worth Saving
Save-A-Life Animal Welfare Organization
Gwinnett County Animal Control Georgia
Society of Humane Friends
Please Rescue Me
Rome Floyd Humane Society
Pet Connection of Rome
Just Strays, P.O. Box 8812, Boise 83707
Animal Protective Association, P.O. Box 18098, Chicago 60618
Anderson Animal Shelter, 1000 S. Lafox South Elgin 60177
Felines Inc, P.O. Box 268020, Chicago 60626
Humane Society of Rock Island County , 724 W. Second Ave., Milan 61264
Kindness Inc., P.O. Box 7071, Elgin 60121
Save-A-Pet, 2019 N. Rand, Palatine 60074
Tree House Animal Foundation Inc. , 1212 W. Carmen Ave., Chicago 60640
West Suburban Humane Society, P.O. Box 757, Lombard 60148
Bartholemew County Humane Society, 4110 E. 200 S., Columbia 47201
Humane Society of St. Joseph County, 2506 Liberty Dr., Mishawaka 46545
Animal Lifeline of Iowa, P.O. Box 12, Carlisle 50047
Animal Rescue League of Iowa , 5452 N.E. 22nd St., Des Moines 50313
Louisiana Spca 1700 Mardi Gras Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70114 (504) 368-5191 Website: http://www.la-spca.org Email: email@example.com. The Louisiana Spca is the oldest & most comprehensive animal welfare organization in the State of Louisiana providing Animal Control for the City of New Orleans & offering Pet Adoptions, Low Cost Spay & Neuter & Wellness Clinics, Feral Cat Program, Volunteer Opportunities & Humane Education
Protectors of Animal Life (P.A.L.S.), Case Rd., P.O. Box 6, East Winthrop 04343-0006
Animal Rescue Inc., P.O. Box 35, Maryland Line 21105
Montgomery County Animal Control 14645 Rothgeb Dr., Rockville 20850
The Alliance for Animals, P.O. Box 909, Boston 02103 |
Just Cats, P.O. Box 531, Mansfield 02048
Last Resort, 1126 Broadway, Hanover, 02339
Northeast Animal Shelter, 204 Highland Ave., Salem 01970
Standish Humane Society , P.O. Box 824, Scituate 02066
Humane Society of Genesse County
G-3325 S. DOR7 Hwy,
Michigan Feral Cat Alliance
Address: 2814 Alpha Way
Flint, MI, 48506
Telephone Number: 810-250-9207
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax Number: 810-250-9207
International Veterinary Educational Assistance
Liene Dindonis M.S., D.V.M.
1616 Dover Road
Kalamazoo MI 49008
Dr Dindonis is able to assist US donors to send goods direct to veterinarians in Latvia in cooperation with The Animals' Friend charity. Dr Dindonis also works for periods each year in Latvia. If you have difficulty contacting Dr Dindonis, please email our UK office. E-mail: email@example.com
Michigan Feral Cat Alliance
Address: 2814 Alpha Way
Flint, MI 48506
Telephone Number: 810-250-9207
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax Number: 810-250-9207
Web site: http://members.aol.com/michiganfca/main.html
Animal Humane Society , 845 Meadow Ln. N., Golden Valley 55422
Humane Soceity of Ramsey County, 1115 Beulah Ln., St. Paul 55108
St. Croix Animal Shelter Inc., 13342 40th St. S., Alton 55001
Humane Society of Missouri, 1210 Macklind Ave., St. Louis 63110
Open Door Animal Sanctuary, 6065 Duda Rd., House Springs 63051
Society for Treatment of Abandoned and Fractured Friends, P.O. Box 1061, Laurie 65038
The Cat Network
is an all-volunteer, no-kill, St. Louis-based cat rescue group in operation since 1991. We are a 501(c)(3) Missouri corporation.
The Cat Network rescues abandoned, abused, stray and shelter cats. Approximately 85% of our rescues come from local kill shelters, and require intensive medical treatment. For the period 1/1/96 - 7/31/96, our expenses total $32,000 with over half of this attributed to medical expenses. The balance consists of shelter rescue fees, fundraiser costs, advertising, insurance, and litter, food & other cat supplies. We have 15 veterinarians in the area we work with who provide us with discounted rates. We also take people's pets they need to place, and ask for help from them and other rescuers in sponsoring costs for their cats, so we can focus our income on the more unfortunate ones
We are funded about evenly between adoption fees, donations and our various fundraisers.
Animal Welfare League, 910 Sixth Ave., Laurie 59044
Missoula Humane Society, 1105 Clark Fork Dr., Missoula 59802
Panhandle Humane Society, Rt. 2, Box 117XY, Scottsbluff 69361
American Society for the Welfare of Cats, P.O. Box 487, Bellmawr 08099 Associated
Humane Societies Inc., 124 Evergreen Ave., Newark 07114
Animal Haven Inc., 35-22 Prince St., Flushing 11354
The Humane Society of New York , 306 E. 59th St., New York 10022
Kent Animal Shelter, River Road, Calverton 11933
League for Animal Protection of Huntington Inc., P.O. Box 390, Huntington 11743
Mid-Hudson Animal Aid Inc., 172 N. Plank Rd., #307, Newburgh 12550
Pet Pride of New York Inc., P.O. Box 338, 3 Mendonlonia Rd., Mendon 14506
Whiskers, P.O. Box 11190, Albany 12211
Charlotte/Mecklenburg Animal Control Bureau, 8315 Byrum Dr., Charlotte 28217
Humane Society of Charlotte, 2700 Toomey Ave., Charlotte, 28203
People's Anti-Cruelty Association/Albuquerque Animal Rescue- non-euthanizing rescue organization providing foster care for cats and dogs. Photos and stories of adoptable cats and dogs, newsletter, and more.
P.O Box 21280
Albuquerque, NM 87154
Bide-A-Wee Cat Shelter, 8800 Akins Rd., North Royalton 44133
Free to Live, P.O. Box 130072, Edmond 73013-0072
Lastchance for Life , P.O. Box 13190, Oklahoma City 73113
Second Chance Animal Sanctuary Inc., P.O. Box 1266, Norman 73070
Evergreen-Doe Humane Society , 10605 S.E. Loop Rd., Dayton 97114
Humane Society of the Willamette Valley, P.O. Box 13005, Salem 97309
Multnomah County Animal Control, 1700 W. Columbia Hwy., Troutdale 97060
Spay and Neuter Humane Association^, 333 W. Marine Dr., Astoria 97103-6205
Animal Care Fund Inc., Animal Care Sanctuary, P.O. Box A, East Smithfield 18817
Kitty and K-9 Connection, P.O. Box 312, Drexel Hill 19026
Pennsylvania SPCA, 350 E. Erie Ave., Philadelphia 19134
Women's Humane Society of Pennsylvania, 3025 W. Clearfield, Philadelphia 19132
Robert Potter League for Animals, P.O. Box 412, Newport 02840
The Feline Refuge
PO Box 404, Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464 is a S.C. registered, nonprofit Organization dedicated to reducing the feral population in the Lowcountry. We are supported nationally by: SPAY USA, ASPCA N.Y., PETA, Animal Friends, Mary Hero Los Vegas, and Cat Alley. These, and other organizations, help to establish shelters and as well as aid in the passing of important legislation, ordinances and laws to protect, vaccinate and sterilize stray animal
We are currently sheltering over 100 animals in the tri-county area and could use everyone's help realizing our goals for sheltering homeless felines. All of our animals are spayed/neutered and receive medical attention. We also provide feeding stations that provide food and medicine to feral communities
Animal Adoption Center^, 117 N. Garland Ave., Garland 75040
Brazos Animal Shelter, P.O. Box 4191, Bryan 77805
Houston SPCA^, 519 Studemont, Houston 77007
Humane Society of Austin and Travis County^, P.O. Box 1386, Austin 78767
Operation Kidness, 1029 Trend, Carrollton 75006
Pals of Katy, P.O. Box 6575, Katy 77492
SPCA of Texas, 362 S. Industrial Blvd., Dallas 75207
Humane Society of Utah, 4242 S. 300 W., Murray 84107
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, P.O. Box G, Kanab 84741
Animal Allies, P.O. Box 353, Fairfax Station 22039
Animal Welfare League of Arlington, 2650 S. Arlington Mill Dr., Arlington 22206
Caring of Creatures , Rt. 2, Box 1009, Palmyra 22963
Lend-A-Paw Relief Organization, P.O. Box 4864, Falls Church 22044
National Humane Education Society, 15-B Catocin Cir. S.E., #207, Leesburg 22075
Virginia Beach SPCA^, 3040 Holland Rd., Virginia Beach 23456
Charlteston Humane Association , 1248 Greenbrier St., Charleston 25311
Fox Valley Humane Association, 3401 W. Brewster St., Appleton 54914
Orphan Alley, N2658 CT A, Gresham 54128
Metro Animal Control and Welfare, 200 N. David, Casper 82601
Lost and Found Resources
PetHarbor Rescue - The only national Pet Listing with information updated hourly
Pets 911 - Finding home for our nation’s pets
Breed Rescue Network
What to expect from Breed Rescue FAQ - By Kathy Nicklas-Varraso
Find out more: http://www.faqs.org/faqs/pets/breed-rescue/
Pure Bred Cat Breed Rescue
Find out more: http://purebredcatbreedrescue.org/
Cat Purebred Rescue
Find out more: http://www.catpurebredrescue.org/
National Abysinian Rescue - http://www.abys.net/NAR/
American Curl Rescue Project (ACRP) - http://www.americancurlrescue.com
The Bengal Rescue Network - http://www.geocities.com/bengalrescue/
Burmese Breed Rescue-National Alliance of Burmese Breeders - http://www.burmesecat.org/rescue/index.html
Cornish Rex Friends - http://www.cornishrexfriends.org
Devon Rex - http://www.devons.com/drbc/rescue.html
Maine Coon Rescue - http://mainecoonrescue.com/
Manxalot Rescue (Manx & Cyrmic) - http://www.manxalotrescue.org/
The Norwegian Forest Cat Breed Rescue & Adoption Program - http://www.forestcats.net/rescue.htm
Ocicat Breed Rescue - http://home.earthlink.net/~whtfang/ocicat.res.htm
Persians & Exotic Shorthairs - http://persiancatrescue.org
The Pixie Bob Rescue Network - http://www.geocities.com/pixiebob_rescue/
Ragdoll Rescue USA - http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/IL297.html
Russian Blue Breed Support - http://russianblue.org/rbbs/rehome.html
Scottish Fold Rescue - http://www.scottishfoldrescue.homestead.com/
Siamese Rescue Central (Siamese & Color Point Shorthairs) - http://www.siameserescue.org/
Siberian Cat Rescue Group - http://www.siberiancatrescue.com
Snowshoe Cat Rescue Network - http://snrescue.tripod.com/
Somali Breeders & Fanciers Association Rescue - http://www.tadofa.com/Rescues/Rescues1.htm
Tonkinese Breed Rescue - http://www.tonkinesebreedassociation.org/Referrals.htm#rescue
Noah's Wish - http://www.noahswish.org/
Best Friends Animal Society - http://www.bestfriends.org/
The Winn Feline Foundation - http://www.winnfelinehealth.org/
CFA Animal Welfare Committee - http://www.cfainc.org/welfare.html
Other Rescue Groups
Helen Woodward Rancho Santa Fe (858) 756-4117
Shelter Pet Partners San Diego (619) 390-9028
Loving Arms Rescue and Adoption San Diego (619) 895-1955
National Cat Protection Society Spring Valley (619) 469-8771
Friends of Cats El Cajon (619) 561-0361
Rosebud Society Cat Rescue San Diego (858) 551-7574
Friends of Rescued Animals San Diego (760) 789-7777
Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary 760-685-3533
Rancho Coastal Humane Encinitas (760) 753-6413
Siamese Rescue San Diego (619) 334-2709
FOCAS San Diego (619) 685-3536 (Friends of County Animal Shelters)
Angel Wings Cat Rescue - Humane Societies that are "no-kill", as long as the animal is "adoptable":
Escondido Humane Society (760) 745-4362
San Diego Humane Society (619) 299-7012
Any OTHER shelters do NOT, to our knowledge, have a formally stated " no-kill" policy. For FERAL CATS - not used to people and won’t be happy as “pets”:
Feral Cat Coalition (619) 758-9194 (Will advise how to assist, loan traps and help with spay/neuter - does not take in cats)
Pet Assistance Groups
Pet Assistance (spay & neuters) 619-544-1222
United Animal Nation (Apply Online) www.uan.org
Foundation for Care of Indigent Animals (prefers to get calls between 8pm-9pm)
Bellingham-Whatcom County Humane Society, 3710 Williamson Way, Bellingham 98226
Benton-Franklin Humane Society, P.O. Box 2532, Pasco 99302
The Humane Society and SPCA of Seattle/King County, 13212 S.E. Eastgate Way, Bellevue 98005-4492
The Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce County, 2608 Center St., Tacoma 98409
Kitsap Humane Society, 9167 Dickey Rd. N.W. Silverdale 98383
Spokanimal Care , N. 710 Napa, P.O. Box 3151, Spokane 99220
Timberline Sanctuary^, 7570 B. Hwy 291, Ford 99013
Save Our Critters Society (Seattle-based)
SOCS is a volunteer nonprofit animal rescue group, located in the Seattle, Washington area. Our mission is to make an animal's life better, one tail at a time. We were formed based on the belief that one person can better one animal's life, and it matters to that one animal. SOCS is dedicated to helping stray, abandoned and injured cats find loving indoor homes. Our existence depends on the generosity of you - the animal lovers who support our beliefs. Let our critters change your life, while you improve the quality of theirs.
Send all tax deductible donations of cash, food or other items to:Save Our Critters Society
P.O. Box 5005
Redondo, Washington, 98054-5005
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