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At the Manchester Animal Shelter (Manchester, New Hampshire 03102), we believe all animals are deserving of life, respect and care. Our goal is zero-population-growth through spay/neuter programs and services that focus on education, medical care, fostering and adoption.

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Friends of Manchester Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization which started in 1996. The shelter takes in homeless, abused, and abandoned animals in the city of Manchester. We provide shelter, medical care, and spay/neuter to every animal that comes through our doors. In operation for nearly two decades, the shelter has helped provide care and find loving homes for over 20,000 animals.

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Sav-R-Cats International, Inc. (Surfside Beach, South Carolina 29575) was founded in 2002 as a non-profit organization whose primary goal is to ensure the protection, safeguarding and humane treatment of cats. To accomplish that goal, we depend entirely on the contributions of cat lovers and caring individuals and groups – and we invite you to join us. You can become a member of Sav-R-Cats International with a tax-free contribution of as little as $25.

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Sav-R-Cats is run by volunteers who care about helping our feline friends. We run an adoption center, located in Surfside Beach, SC, feed and care for numerous feral colonies and practice TNR (trap-neuter-return) for feral cats in the community. We believe in the practice of spaying and neutering cats as soon as they are at the proper weight (and that they are healthy enough) to prevent the birth of unwanted kittens. Together we can make a change.

Too often, cats are abused, left to fend for themselves and are abandoned. All animals, especially cats, need careful handling, proper diet and tender loving care. Cats that are brought into our shelter must receive the same the treatment and respect as domesticated pets of all kinds. Feral cats, who live in colonies, receive daily feeding from volunteers and loving care every day of the year.

We are dedicated to ensuring that all cats are treated humanely and given a chance to live – to brighten a child’s smile and bring companionship and comfort to someone who needs it! We have cats available for adoption at our center and in foster homes and are always in need of volunteers to help at the center, assist with the TNR program and help with fundraising.

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The Animal Welfare League of Frederick County (Frederick, Maryland 21701) is an all-volunteer, no-kill animal rescue and welfare organization. We promote the humane treatment of all animals through education, advocacy, and collaboration with other humane organizations.

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The AWLFC was established as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2001. What began as a grassroots group of concerned animal lovers has grown into the county’s largest all-volunteer, no-kill animal rescue and welfare organization. In October 2009, the AWLFC opened our first adoption center and office at 1202 East Patrick Street, Suite 13A, in Frederick, MD. This office serves as the headquarters for all AWLFC activities, including cat and dog adoptions, our monthly spay/neuter clinic, education and training sessions, and fund-raising events.

Our philosophy is that every animal deserves a loving home, and that euthanasia is neither an acceptable nor humane form of managing animal populations.

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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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Cherokee County Humane Society (Acworth, Georgia 30102) has been saving lives since 1975.

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Its efforts in 2016 saved more than 1,700 four-legged souls from being euthanized, and helped them find their forever homes.

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Contented Critters is a no-kill animal sanctuary located in Makinen, Minnesota.

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We are a volunteer-run organization dedicated to the rescue, care, and relocation of animals in need.  The majority of the animals coming through our doors are dogs and cats. However, no injured creature that is not in another shelter’s contract area is ever turned away. Many of these animals are found abandoned. Some have been rescued from bad situations and some were simply dropped off by owners who can no longer care for them.
Regardless of breed, age or situation, we provide these animals with appropriate veterinary care and keep them happy and healthy until suitable loving homes can be found for them.

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Colorado Animal Rescue Shelter (Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal shelter serving Colorado’s Garfield County.  Our mission is to provide safety and care for homeless and abandoned animals and education for the pet-owning public. We make every effort to place animals in loving homes, to encourage population control and to promote responsible pet ownership.

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Colorado Animal Rescue places hundreds of homeless animals into loving homes each year. Our adoption process carefully matches companion pets to the best possible home. We strive for 100% placement of adoptable animals with a knowledgeable staff to assist you with your new pet.

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The Cat Association of Topeka (Topeka, Kansas 66604) is a no-kill, non-profit cat shelter that seeks to provide opportunities for adoption of relinquished, stray, and abandoned cats and kittens, and provide a safe alternative environment to care for cats and kittens while they await adoption.

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Since C.A.T. is a no-kill shelter, we are limited to the number of cats and kittens that we are able to house. C.A.T. provides shelter for approximately 90-100 felines. The cats we are able to accept are brought to us from a variety of circumstances. Some are relinquished by their owners because of moving, lack of finances, or inability to care for them. Most are stray or abandoned and in need of love and shelter. When space is available, highest priority will be given to those cats and kittens in the most desperate need.

 

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Rainbow Animal Refuge (Lyndora, Pennsylvania 16045) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization made up strictly of volunteers who have a love for animals. Established in 1996, we are dedicated to caring for and placing stray and abandoned animals in Butler County, Pennsylvania. We do not have a free standing building as we rely on individual foster homes to care for our foster animals.

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All animals are fostered in our homes until a suitable permanent home is found. They receive veterinary care with the necessary age appropriate vaccinations and are spayed/neutered when approximately 6 months of age. We generate revenue by the means of fundraisers, donations, grants, endowments, memorials, bequests and adoption donations.

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Camden County Animal Shelter (Blackwood, New Jersey 08012) fights to reduce the overwhelming stray/unwanted animal population in its county. CCAS is an open admissions shelter and takes in over 6,000 companion animals from 17 municipalities in Camden County every year. In 2004, the Animal Welfare Society of Camden County, which currently runs the Camden County Animal Shelter, took over the shelter’s activities. CCAS now does three major things: provide shelter for stray/unwanted animals, find those animals loving homes, and provide low-cost spay/neuter services.

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CCAS is an open admissions shelter. Its 40+ full and part-time staff work hard to find loving homes for each and every animal that enters the shelter’s doors. The 2011 Animal Intake and Disposition Survey shows that Camden County performs much better than its surrounding counties.

In addition to taking in animals, CCAS holds a multitude of events every year in order to help those looking to adopt to find the animal of their dreams, be it an adoption event or a full-blown gala. Lastly, CCAS provides Camden County with low-cost spay and neutering options. By providing the service at such a low cost, CCAS hopes to reduce the number of stray/unwanted animals in the county.

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