Feeds:
Posts

Archive for the ‘PetWork California’ Category

Since 1995, Save-a-Life Cat Adoptions (Mojave, California 93501) has been about making dreams come true — often when even a last glimmer of hope has faded. We’ve provided a place to live and caring, loving homes for fabulous animals since we rescued that first litter so many years ago.

We NEVER KILL the animals we take in. Save-A-Life (S-A-L) animals romp and play at our wonderful new sanctuary north of Los Angeles until they are adopted–no matter how long it takes.

Save-A-Life is located North of Los Angeles, on a 10 acre ranch, giving our Cats lots of room to run and play. The size of our property is one of the things that sets S-A-L apart from other organizations, providing an open, home-like atmosphere for the animals.

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

On November 1, 2016, Paws of Coronado (Coronado, California 92118) and the City of Coronado celebrated the second anniversary of their partnership dedicated to the care of Coronado’s animals. Prior to November 1, 2014, the Coronado Police Department (CPD) provided all animal services. However, an historic move to allow the public and private sectors to each pursue what they are trained to do, and each do best, was implemented. On the invitation of the City, PAWS assumed Coronado’s animal welfare responsibilities through the operation of the Coronado Animal Care Facility (CACF), located at 1395 First Street. Meanwhile, the CPD continues to provide for public safety through its in-field enforcement of our community’s animal regulations.

Daisy

The animal services provided by the CPD include stray and nuisance animal pick-up, assistance for sick and injured stray animals, control of biting, vicious or threatening animals, follow up on barking dog complaints, enforcement of animal cruelty laws, confiscation of fighting animals and animals left in hot cars, and lost/found assistance. For these services, one should call the Coronado Police Department at 619-522-7350 at any time of the day or night, 24/7.

Animals picked up in the field by the police are transported to the Coronado Animal Care Facility where a full time paid staff receives them, tries to locate their owners and provides for their safe shelter and care. The CACF also provides lost/found assistance, licensing, a yearly rabies vaccination clinic and microchipping.

Read Full Post »

The purpose of Catalina Island Humane Society (Avalon, California 90704) is the prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals, and the extension of humane education.

Bring a loving animal into your home from CIHS. Our humane society cares for stray and feral cats in our community. We are a no-kill shelter that is dedicated to providing happiness to families and their future pets.

Read Full Post »

The St Francis Animal Protection Society (Campbell, California 95009) is there for at-risk animals — from shelter pets and strays to cat colonies and animals who need a new place to call home. We advocate, educate, and rescue. And we do what it takes at all costs, because we believe every animal deserves a chance to live a happy, healthy life.

We are a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and a recognized rescue partner of the San Jose Animal Care Center.

Read Full Post »

Marin Friends of Ferals (Marin, California 94903) is a volunteer 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to the humane care and management of feral community cats.

Marin Friends of Ferals balances both local and distant outreach programs to save greater numbers of lives while never ignoring Marin’s feral community cats.

For instance, we’ve formed a sister partnership with our contacts in Avsallar, Turkey and in Mykonos, Greece to fundraise for TNR and help raise public awareness about the importance of spaying/neutering and providing humane care for the multitudes of unaltered and starving cats in their cities.

Read Full Post »

Animal Friends Rescue Project (Pacific Grove, California 93950) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Pacific Grove, California. It provides a safety net for approximately 1,200 dogs (through adoption and transport) and over 1000 cats each year.

Miss Peanut

AFRP is dedicated to finding good permanent homes for abandoned, stray, and abused companion animals, and ending the pet overpopulation crisis through focused spay/neuter programs

AFRP is led by an active Board of Directors and a dedicated staff. We also rely on our incredible volunteers which now number over 300.

Read Full Post »

The Agee Memorial Wildlife Fund (El Dorado Hills, California 95762) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to ending needless animal suffering through spaying, neutering, socializing, adopting and other aggressive approaches. We currently operate our one-of-a-kind sanctuary, “FatKittyCity,” on a twenty-acre, tree-studded natural environment in Northern California.

Tiger Lily (Pet ID 34761947)

AMWF is dedicated to rescuing and providing shelter and medical aid to abandoned or abused animals, giving  preference to those animals coming in from all the newly- homeless families throughout our area.

AMWF works with surrounding communities to rescue as many abandoned, abused or neglected animals as funds will allow. Our organization provides sanctuary and all medical care possible, to hopefully restore the rescued animals to a healthy state, locating loving homes for them or providing them with lifelong sanctuary.

AMWF works tirelessly to provide preventative spay and neuter surgeries, and vaccinations for rescued homeless animals.

Read Full Post »

The Abandoned Cat Team at ACT Spay/Neuter Clinic (Stockton, California 95204) is absolutely committed to our mission of ending the killing of over 15,000 homeless dogs, cats, kittens, puppies, and feral cats every year at San Joaquin shelters by preventing future births of unwanted litters.

Spaying and neutering also makes your pets healthier and better behaved companions. ACT opened in Stockton in late 2009 and we have already safely and humanely sterilized thousands of animals.

Let us put our very experienced and compassionate clinic team to work for you and the animals you care about.

Read Full Post »

A.R.T. N Paws Animal Rescue (Murrieta, California 92563) is a non-profit organization that rescue sstray dogs  from the streets, and from situations of abuse and neglect. Additionally, we rescue many of our dogs  from “death row” at kill shelters in California. 

All rescued animals are examined by a veterinarian and given vaccinations.

The dogs are then spayed or neutered, treated for any health problems ,and rehabilitated as necessary. Our main goal is to find permanent, loving homes for all the dogs that we rescue. ​

Since our founding in 2010, we’ve saved over 350 lives, placing them in loving, permanent homes. We work tirelessly with shelters to rescue animals at risk of euthanasia.

Read Full Post »

Homeless Cat Network (San Carlos, California 94070) works hard to help cats and kittens in need on the San Francisco Peninsula. We provide advice, support and guidance to people who have found and wish to help community cats, and our volunteers do hands-on rescue work. Our lifesaving initiatives focus on solving the root problem of cat homelessness and include: TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) programs for feral cats; kitten rescuing, fostering and adoption efforts; educational outreach; responsible community cat colony management; and mentoring people to help cats in need.

Penelope (Pet ID: CTR-136)

We also have a unique Socialization Center, which gives abandoned, abused and neglected adult cats the chance to heal from their emotional and physical wounds and find the home of their dreams. All of our efforts work toward a single goal: to bring about a day when there are no more homeless cats, and with your help, we’ll make that dream come true.

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »