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We strive to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing programs and education that support people and companion animals in the communities we serve.
All volunteer, foster based dog and cat animal rescue
Our mission is to improve the welfare of companion animals in our service area, including community outreach/education and behavioral/medical rehabilitation for animals in our program.
No Land, No Horse. We lose 6,000 acres of open land every day. Help Equine Land Conservation Resource save the lands our horses need.
Provides equine assisted psychotherapy to individuals, families, and groups suffering from trauma-related mental injuries, primary veterans, and victims of crime struggling with PTSD.
Combating animal cruelty, environmental devastation, and global hunger through the promotion of healthy, plant-based solutions. Your support creates a kinder, more compassionate world for all.
Help us protect farm animals from cruelty and abuse, inspire change in the way society views and treats farm animals, and promote compassionate vegan living.
Wildcat conservation and preservation, we protect lions, leopards, cheetahs and tigers from extinction and defend habitats, ecosystems and birthing grounds from poachers and human encroachment.
We are a progressive, non-profit animal welfare organization believing that for every cat in need, there is a solution. We receive no government funding.
We encourage people to use their individual choices to eat with their ethics and use their collective voices to help bring about positive change.
Dog rescue dedicated to rescuing bully breeds (Pit Bull Terriers, etc.) We provide a healthy, loving temporary home while we look for homes.
Free animals from cruelty and institutionalized exploitation. Working to stop euthanasia with our spay/neuter programs. Promoting Animal Rights. Promoting vegetarianism. Protecting animals in need!
Raises funds for San Francisco’s animal shelter and its partnering rescue organizations. Microchip family companion animals at low to no cost.
Advertising local animal shelters and available animals, community programs to promote pet retention, including spay/neuter assistance and humane care
Healing children, healing Asia! Provide desperately needed treatment and education for destitute, abandoned, neglected and ill children. Your friendship can save lives.
Lifesaving animal sanctuaries and wildlife rehabilitation centers caring for a variety of species–from tigers to turtles–Help give thousands of animals a second chance.
We provide lifesaving K-9 equipment such as bullet & stab-proof vests, vehicle heat alarms, cooling vests, and other safety equipment to law enforcement K-9s nationwide.
An organization dedicated to rescuing and re-homing German Shepherds and mixes from at-risk situations and placing them in permanent, loving homes.
Encourage and promote responsible dog ownership and reduce the abuse and neglect of unwanted Labrador Retrievers through rehabilitation and adoption. We also assist Humane Societies.
Golden State GS Rescue is an all volunteer organization dedicated to saving German Shepherds (mostly from shelters).
Making Life Better for Rescused Greyhounds and Greyhound Mixes. Our program focuses on the rescue and rehabilitation of racing greyhounds, providing transportation, food, medical care.
Using innovative training methods, trains guide and service dogs to restore independence and mobility, empowering people with disabilities to live without boundaries.
Providing safety, independence and companionship to the blind and visually impaired by partnering them with exceptional guide dogs throughout their lifetime.
We help struggling, underfinanced, and mostly volunteer animal shelters maintain their no-kill policies by providing grants of food and other necessary veterinary supplies.
Life long care for rescued and abused farmed animals, and education to the public about humane animal care and practices. Help save these animals.
Improving the quality of life of companion animals belonging to low-income people.
Trains and places dogs to alert deaf and hard of hearing people to important daily sounds thereby improving their independence and quality of life.
National No-kill shelter and sanctuary, financial assistance for family pets needing veterinary care, providing shelter for pets of domestic abuse families, National Anti-Puppy Mill Campaign.
Providing specially-trained monkeys and life-time support, free of charge, to veterans and others with disabilities. These companions assist with daily tasks, providing independence and companionship.
An all-volunteer organization which rescues and heals displaced, abandoned, and homeless Golden Retrievers and Golden mixes and secures safe, loving homes for them.
We rescue abused or abandoned horses, providing medical recovery, food and shelter, emotional attention, and eventually a permanent new loving home.
Inspiring compassion and respect for animals, each other, and the environment through engaging programs for kids, professional teacher training and educational tools, and community awareness.
Dairy cows confined in tie stalls, crated pigs can’t root or move, chickens stuffed in cages. Fight cruelty in raising and handling of animals.
Protects farm animals from cruelty. Combats the dangerous misuse of antibiotics on factory farms. Works to stop slaughterhouse torture. Operates the nation’s largest animal sanctuary.
Ending animal abuse globally: dog-meat consumption; animal parts trade (rhino horn, ivory, seal fur, shark fins); street dog welfare programs, and more. Help end cruelty!
Homeless, neglected and abused animals depend on us for medical care, rehabilitation, and adoption services. You can protect them and help us save lives.
HSSF enforces California laws that protect animals from cruelty. We respond to complaints of animal abuse and neglect throughout Placer County and surrounding areas.
Ending abuse of all animals: puppy mills, animal fighting, animals in laboratories, factory farming abuses, horse slaughter, wildlife threats… Help us end animal cruelty.
Every day, dogs, cats, and countless other animals live in pain. Tortured. Experimented on. Skinned alive for fur. Abused. Afraid. Alone. Help us help them.
Eleven of 15 crane species are threatened with extinction. Help us protect fragile wetland and grassland ecosystems for cranes, people, and the diversity of life.
Elephants killed for their ivory. Habitat becomes roads, farms and villages. When elephants and humans cross paths, deaths occur. Help protect elephants, habitat and people.
Dedicated to protecting the world’s remaining primates, great and small: exposing primate abuse, battling international traffickers, operating a gibbon sanctuary, and supporting primate rescue worldwide.
We are dedicated to improving the lives of free-roaming and unowned cats through spay/neuter, adoption, and community education.
Faithful assistance guide dogs are raised and trained to provide blind Israelis with independence, safe mobility and self-confidence. Clients receive the dogs for Free.
To provide safe shelter, love, and time to develop for unweaned kittens and puppies.
Rescue dogs trained as service dogs for veterans / active duty military suffering from PTSD, TBI, or MST. New leash on life to military heroes.
Puppy mills, vivisection/dissection, fur, illegal animal-fighting; Help us end animal abuse! Doing ground breaking undercover investigations to expose animal abusers and promoting cruelty-free lifestyles.
Many senior dogs are homeless – abandoned or lost. Help give them a safe haven for life or until a loving adoptive home is found.
First wildlife rehabilitation hospital in the country sees 5,000 animals annually including orphaned young. Outreach programs preserve environment and native species. www.wildlife-museum.org
Licensed and accredited facility that rescues big cats, bears and other exotics. Educates the public and works towards consistent standards among sanctuaries.