The Heart & Soul Animal Sanctuary (Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501) serves a region of desperate need. Northern New Mexico has a long history of neglect, ill-treatment and heedless overpopulation of animals. Many of the dogs and cats who come to us have been dumped in trash cans, dropped into roadside ditches or left at gas stations to fend for themselves.


We welcome visitors to the Sanctuary. We’re located in Glorieta, NM, a 20-minute drive from Santa Fe. Please call for an appointment; afternoons between noon and 5 pm are preferable.

The mission of the Ruth Steinert Memorial SPCA (Pine Grove, Pennsylvania 17963) is to protect the welfare of all domestic animals and promote the humane treatment & well being of these animals by the following:


Rusty & Roxie

  • Providing shelter and medical care for stray, abandoned, and unwanted animals in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
  • Responding with personal commitment, humane sensitivity, and compassion to the needs of these animals.
  • Actively promoting suitable adoptions of these animals.
  • Encouraging the spay and neutering of dogs and cats to prevent further pet overpopulation.

The animals in our care are never euthanized merely because we lack space or because the animal’s stay with us has exceeded a predefined amount of time.

At the Capital Area Humane Society (Lansing, Michigan 48906), we are passionate about animals. Our mission is to promote the humane treatment of companion animals through protection, placement, education and example. Our wide variety of programs and services exist to serve the animals and the people of the mid-Michigan community.


Merlot (Pet ID #12585461)

Since our founding in 1936, the CAHS has grown exponentially. Our continued passion to serve both pets and people is exceeded only by the passion of the mid-Michigan community to support us in our mission.

More than 10,000 animals come through our doors each year; all are provided with food, medical care, a safe place to live and plenty of TLC from our staff and volunteers. We couldn’t do it without the generous support of our corporate partners, donation locations, Veterinary friends and more.


Kitty Rescue and Adoption (Jaffrey, New Hampshire) is about to clear its first hurdle among the many hurdles to come to build their new shelter.

Once approval by the Planning Board is given Kitty Rescue will break ground, hopefully in May, and start to realize the dream of a new rescue for their 100+ population.

So far, they have raised enough money to purchase the land for the shelter but are now frantically trying to raise the needed funds for the building itself.


Last August they were given until the end of 2016 by their landlord to be out of their present facility. If a new building isn’t built by then, the shelter will cease to exist. Kitty Rescue is and has been home to over 100+ cats each year. Last year alone they rescued 157 and placed 186 cats and kittens in to new loving homes.

Kitty Rescue has been in the rescue business for 13+ years and is run solely by dedicated volunteers with no paid positions, so donations go directly to the care of the cats and/or into the new building fund.

The shelter is a no-kill, non-profit 501(c)(3) which offers a second chance for the stray and abandoned and a sanctuary for feral cats that are too scared to be placed in homes.

In 2001, through the generosity of a very special person, The Horse Protection Association of Florida moved to a farm in Marion County, Florida’s Horse Capital. The Horse Protection Association of Florida has a long-term lease on 150 acres of high quality grazing land. The farm has a small covered arena, a storage building, a four stall barn and a pole barn.


HPAF is located in beautiful Northwest Marion County, near the historic towns of Micanopy and McIntosh. 150 acres of lush grass provides excellent nutrition and a peaceful environment for the horses.

At Central Florida Animal Rescue, we are trying to make a positive change one animal at a time! Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and find permanent loving homes for the stray, abandoned, and unwanted domestic animals of the Central Florida area. However, we cannot do this with your help. We have an urgent need for foster homes. The number of animals we have in foster homes directly corresponds with the number of animals we are able to rescue.


Olive (successful adoption)

Did you know that as a Foster Parent you do not incur any financial responsibility for the animal? Central Florida Animal Rescue, Inc provides all food, vaccinations, medications and vet visits for the animal. Your responsibilities are to provide a loving, temporary home for the animal, help the animal adjust to life with a family, and helping them with basic socialization skills. Also, you are responsible for taking the animal to scheduled vet visits (but not the bill!) and introducing the animal to potential, approved adopting families.

The mission of the Chico Cat Coalition (Chico, California 95927) is to rescue the abandoned domestic cats within the greater Chico urban area.



In conjunction with this mission, the Chico Cat Coalition provides the rescued cats with veterinary care and spay or neuter surgeries, and fosters them until they are adopted into permanent homes.

The Chico Cat Coalition also seeks to increase public awareness about responsible cat care, the necessity of spaying and neutering, and the consequences of cat abandonment.

The Humane Society for Inland Mendocino County (Redwood Valley, California 95470) is a non-profit shelter run by a team of dedicated employees and volunteers.



They have nearly 10 acres of wooded, cozy country property, which makes it even more enjoyable for both our volunteers and the animals.

The Capital Area Animal Welfare Society (CAAWS) (Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70879) is a non-profit organization committed to the well-being of animals in the Baton Rouge community by providing, facilitating, and promoting spay/neuter, adopting or facilitating the adoption of homeless animals, teaching the community responsible companion animal ownership and the humane treatment of animals, and at all times promoting the practice of spay/neuter. CAAWS is not part of any animal control branch of the government including CAA and EBRAC. Our ultimate goal is to have Baton Rouge be a model in the South where all adoptable animals find loving homes.


We do not receive any government assistance and subsist solely from adoption fees, private donations and memberships. We have no paid staff so all money donated to CAAWS goes directly to the care of our animals, shelter expenses, pet food, pet supplies, or to our community outreach programs. Please support CAAWS so that we may continue our mission to help animals in our community through our public assistance programs.

Alley Cat Rescue

Alley Cat Rescue (Mount Rainier, Maryland) is committed to helping stray and outdoor community cats in the United States and around the world, by promoting humane nonlethal care to improve cats’ lives. ACR works to reduce the number of feral cats living in colonies through a proven method called Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).


Alley Cat Rescue is leading in the way in promoting humane and compassionate care for ALL cats. It is important to remove feral cats from “pest” status that many put them in and promote an ethical, nonlethal way to deal with the population of outdoor community cats. Decades of catch-and-kill has not worked.


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