Wallingford Animal Control (Wallingford, Connecticut 06492) is proud to serve the residents of Wallingford.
In addition to our responsibilities as animal control officers, we also maintain the animal shelter, and care for the animals temporarily housed there.
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Animal Rescue of Fresno (Fresno, California 93726) was established in 1998 by a group of community members who wanted to do something about the high number of homeless dogs that were dying because no one gave them a chance to find their forever home.
ARF began its operations out of a small facility on Belmont Ave and Highway 99. ARF moved to its current location on Dakota Ave. in 2005. From its humble beginnings, ARF has grown quickly, so that more and more dogs each year can be rescued and adopted out to loving forever homes.
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K9Haven Rescue (Broken Bow, Nebraska) is dedicated to the rescuing and rehoming of dogs and cats with special needs, seniors and other homeless dogs and cats. We work closely with numerous rescue groups to assist these pets that have been thrown away…hopefully giving them the chance they need to find caring and loving homes.
We are looking for loving and caring homes for not only our young, healthy dogs, but also our senior and special needs furbabies who deserve a second chance.
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In an animal’s eyes, love is unconditional. Too often, their love is taken advantage of, leaving hundreds of animals abused, neglected, and discarded.
Miranda’s Rescue for Large and Small Animals (Fortuna, California 95540) rescues and heals those animals, because every animal deserves to be loved.
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Villalobos Rescue Center (New Orleans, Louisiana 70117) works ceaselessly to give Pit Bulls another chance in life. Each and EVERY dog taken in, gets spayed or neutered, and given any medical treatment necessary. We work patiently to re-acclimatize fearful dogs to the loving care of a human, so that they may eventually be adopted. In some cases, these dogs have never had a kind word or touch, and it is a slow process. After determining temperaments and compatibility factors, we begin that long search for the perfect home.
Unfortunately Pit Bulls are their own worst enemy – their loyalty and devotion make them the perfect victim. Have we already forgotten about Petey? He was the loyal ring eyed dog of the Lil Rascals. Yes, Petey was a Pit Bull! You see the dogs themselves haven’t changed – we have!
We’ve turned these All American Family dogs into the killing machines of the ’90′s. It is our responsibility to turn this around. We owe it to them. After all, aren’t they man’s best friend?
In August 2012, Villalobos Rescue Center (VRC) had a life changing experience. We moved our entire operation from Los Angeles County, Calif, where we had been residing for almost 20 years to….New Orleans, Louisiana. This decision took us almost a year to implement but it was our rescue efforts during Hurricane Katrina that just kept resonating in our mind and heart.
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Every year, nearly 8,000 animals pass through the doors of Pueblo Animal Services (Pueblo, Colorado 81008).
These are animals surrendered by their families, lost pets, injured strays and abused animals who have lived a life of neglect. With your support, Pueblo Animal Services can continue its mission: a compassionate society where animals are cared for and valued.
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Forgotten Felines (Clinton, Connecticut 06413) is a private, all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) organization in that serves ten towns along the Connecticut River and shoreline.
Forgotten Felines rescues homeless cats and kittens, cares for them in its no-kill shelter, and works to find them loving adoptive homes.
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For over 27, Noah’s Ark Animal Foundation (Fairfield, Iowa 52556) has offered loving care to homeless and abandoned cats and dogs.
Noah’s Ark Animal Foundation is a no-kill shelter whose mission is to rescue, protect, and find loving homes for stray and neglected dogs and cats. NAAF strives to offer the best in both traditional veterinary care and, whenever possible, holistic health care for sick and injured animals in its care. NAAF believes it has a responsibility to provide low-cost spay/neuter subsidy programs, humane education, and community outreach programs that not only enhance the lives of the animals, but also the human lives the animals go on to enrich.
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Bishop Animal Shelter/SPCA of Manatee County (West Bradenton, Florida 34209) is a privately run non-profit animal adoption shelter founded in 1958 by two special people – Edward E. and Lillian H. Bishop. Their love and caring for animals resulted in their establishing the Bishop Animal Shelter. The land comprising almost 40 acres was formerly a citrus grove owned by the family. The Bishops decided it was the perfect place for the increasing number of homeless dogs in the county.
The building was designed specifically for unwanted, stray and abandoned animals and contrary to what many people believe, never was a home for people. Funding for the building and operation of the Shelter comes through a Foundation endowed by the Bishops. No city, county, state or federal funding is involved in its operation.
The Shelter opened in June of 1958 by local dignitaries including both Edward E. and Lillian H. Bishop. It was considered state of the art for an animal shelter at the time and this tradition continues with the recent building of a $650,000 addition.
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Three Norwegians is devoted to helping homeless cats and cats of families in financial need get the medical care required to return them to health, thereby increasing their chances of getting into forever homes and staying out of the shelter system.
The Bad Guy on the Block is Three Norwegians’ new children’s book. A portion of every book sold helps a cat in need. Learn more about Three Norwegians at www.threenorwegians.com, www.facebook.com/threenorwegians or www.pinterest.com/threenorwegians.
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