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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Milo Foundation (Point Richmond, California 94801) was named after an Australian Shepherd. Milo was five weeks old when Lynne Tingle discovered that her puppy was both deaf and blind. Despite concerns from friends and family, Lynne was determined to give Milo a good life.

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It was a learning process for both Milo and Lynne, his “seeing eye person.” Lynne developed a series of taps to communicate with Milo. A tap on the left or right flank would instruct Milo which direction to go. And a tap on the rear meant ‘stop.’ In the park, Milo’s feet read the ground like Braille, where he bounded around in circles with his nose in the air, barking with joy.

Given a chance to live, Milo became a happy, beloved dog. The experience with Milo led Lynne to learn about other animals who needed a chance – abandoned and stray dogs and cats who fill city shelters – which led to the founding of the sanctuary in August of 1994: The Milo Foundation.

After a full and happy life, Milo passed away in August of 1998. He was the perfect spirit and namesake for a sanctuary dedicated to saving the lives of creatures who deserved, like Milo, a chance at a good life.

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New Leash on Life Rescue Foundation (Newhall, California 91321) was established in 1997 as a 501 c3 nonprofit with a mission to rescue homeless dogs from Los Angeles City and County shelters, rehabilitate them medically or behaviorally and re-home them with forever families. New Leash On Life has a rich history in the community and the rescue and animal welfare industry such as spay and neuter for thousands of pets, rescue and re-home of over 5,000 dogs and providing programs and events to educate and train adults and children of the community on responsible pet ownership. Since 2002 we’ve operated on a beautiful 13-acre property with focus on our mission to save dogs and help people and actively support and contribute to the greater solution.

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Since 2005 our Lend A Paw program has trained volunteer handler & therapy dog teams to visit facilities and provide Canine Assisted Therapy for individuals experiencing physical, mental, emotional or life challenges in care facilities, schools for children with special needs, child custody court, abused women’s shelters, missions and veteran groups. The teams also participate in our own P.E.T.S. program which hosts field trips from schools to our facility for children to interact and participate in Canine Assisted Reading Enhancement for improved reading skills.

Our support efforts also extend to Search & Rescue disaster relief missions throughout the nation including Hurricanes Gustov, Katrina, Rita and the wildfires of Southern California.

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A.R.T N Paws Animal Rescue (Murrieta, California 92563) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) no-kill dog rescue organization.

We rescue stray 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 CA. 

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

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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.

We take a multifaceted approach to finding permanent, stable and loving homes for our rescued friends; they are fostered in a home environment, evaluated for temperament, and many receive basic training to make them better companions for the people who will ultimately take them home.

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