Spay Oklahoma

Spay Oklahoma (Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106) is a non-profit organization founded in Tulsa in 2004 in response to Oklahoma’s serious pet overpopulation problem. More than 60 percent of pets become unwanted and will be abandoned or end up in pounds, shelters, or research labs.


Our mission is to eliminate pet overpopulation by providing low-cost spay and neuter services to pet owners who cannot afford this important step in care of their dogs and cats.

The Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation (Crozier, Virginia 23039) is the oldest and largest equine sanctuary of its kind in the world. It was founded with one purpose in mind — to save Thoroughbred horses no longer able to compete on the racetrack from possible neglect, abuse, and slaughter.


The James River chapter was founded in 2007 as one of the Second Chances programs where horses live at correctional centers. At James River Work Center offenders care for the horses and become certified in the nationally acclaimed Groom Elite program in the process. The horses here are assured a lifetime of care with the opportunity to be adopted out if suited. Our success stories confirm that our program is horses helping people, people helping horses.

The San Antonio Feral Cat Coalition (San Antonio, Texas 78269) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to humanely reducing the outside cat population in the San Antonio area through Trap-Neuter-Return.


We provide free classes on how to trap cats, loan traps to those trained, and subsidize spay/neuter surgeries, making the cost affordable for the public. Young kittens and friendly strays are rescued from the streets and placed for adoption. Advocacy efforts promote community awareness to protect the lives of outdoor cats.

The mission of the  Humane Society of Catawba County (Hickory, North Carolina 28602; Newton, North Carolina 28658) is to make our community a better place by serving as an advocate for companion animals. Our vision for the future is that no adoptable animal will be euthanized in Catawba County, and that animal cruelty and inhumane treatment of animals will cease to exist.


Dot (Animal ID #33555124)

Our beautiful facility features the Pat Anderson Center for Animal Adoption and Humane Education Center as well as Foothills Spay/Neuter Clinic.

The J.B. Ogle Animal Shelter (Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130) is owned and operated by the City of Jeffersonville, and provides animal shelter services to all of Clark County through a series of inter-local agreements.


Our mission is to provide every animal that enters the shelter with the best care possible. We want them to feel comfortable, safe, and loved while awaiting their forever homes.

Branford Compassion Club (Branford, Connecticut 064-5) is a non-profit feline rescue organization that serves not only Branford, CT, but surrounding shoreline towns. The mission of the club is to provide for the feeding, shelter and care of homeless, abandoned and feral cats; to educate the public about the importance of spay/neuter population control, responsible pet ownership and kindness to animals; and to establish an ongoing community network to achieve these goals.


Branford Compassion Club was founded in November 1997, by a handful of compassionate Branford residents concerned with the growing population of feral cats. The residents united to form BCC to alleviate the hunger and suffering of feral cats in this community.

Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Rescue was officially licensed on February 7, 2006 under the articles of incorporation of the Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Club. Our purpose is to rescue abandoned and unwanted dogs and place them in safe, loving homes.



Our adoptable dogs are housed in foster homes in different areas of metro Atlanta. Our available dogs are listed on the Our Available Dogs page. Other dogs available for adoption in the Atlanta area are listed under Other Available Dogs.

If you are interested in meeting one of our adoptable dogs, first read our adoption policies. If you feel you are eligible to adopt one of our rescues, please click the email link associated with that dog and send us an email. We will ask you a few questions up front, then email you an adoption application.

Fresno Bully Rescue

The mission of Fresno Bully Rescue (Fresno, California 93723) is to provide a healthy and loving temporary home while we look for forever homes for our bullies.


Dakota (Animal ID 19126523)

In addition, FBR is committed to promoting responsible ownership of bully breeds, fighting against breed discrimination, spaying and neutering pets, reporting dog fighting, and demonstrating to the community that bully breeds are loyal, loving, and wonderful forever companions.

Equine Rescue League

The Equine Rescue League (Leesburg, Virginia 20177) is a non-profit organization that was established in 1990 that supports the responsible use of working, sport and pleasure horses, ponies, donkeys and mules. Our goals are to prevent the neglect or abuse of any equine, to offer educational programs to the community and to provide rehabilitation and adoption for those animals in need of our services.


Located at Promise Kept Farm on 20 acres in Lovettsville, Virginia, the ERL has a full time farm manager along with several part time employees and dozens of volunteers providing around-the-clock care to all residents, including those with special needs. 

We work to provide a safe haven to equines in need, to care for them as they embark on the challenging road to recovery and to place them into loving forever homes. 

Almost Home Humane Society of North Central Iowa (Fort Dodge, Iowa 50501) is a non-profit organization funded solely by donations. We are a limited intake (“no-kill”) facility that provides transitional care for abandoned companion animals until forever homes can be found for them.  


We primarily serve North Central Iowa, and promote humane education and spaying and neutering your pets. We receive no money from the state or city…we rely on your generous donations so we can help the animals in need in our community and surrounding areas.