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Harbor Humane Society (West Olive, Michigan 49460) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit serving the needs of animals in Ottawa County.

Fiona (Pet ID #36190276)

We could not do what we do without the support of our donors and volunteers. Please take a moment to consider how you can contribute to our cause.

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Companion Animal Rescue Alliance (Greenbelt, Maryland 20768) is an animal rescue organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of animals (mainly cats and dogs) that are homeless, in danger of becoming homeless, and those that are victims of cruelty or are in danger of becoming victims of cruelty.

You may be familiar with the work that our CARA volunteers have done for local animals over the past eleven years, such fundraisers as, “Eve’s Knees”, “Mystic’s Sight”, and “Helping Halo” in addition to our routine fostering and adoption program.

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Rescue Me Clifford (Paris, Illinois 61944) saves dogs at high risk of euthanasia from a rural area located in east central Illinois.

We have foster families in and around Marshall and Chicago.

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The mission of The Animal Haven (North Haven, Connecticut 06473) is to provide a temporary, safe, caring and humane refuge for homeless, adoptable cats and dogs, and to subsequently place these animals in quality, adoptive and permanent homes.

Butterscotch & Skittles

We advocate responsible pet ownership, follow a mandatory spay-neuter policy, prohibit euthanization of our animals, and work in our community to fight animal cruelty through education.

The Animal Haven enlists and promotes public involvement in the humane treatment of animals, and is committed to principles of justice and compassion for all animals. Since 1948, The Animal Haven has been celebrating the special friendship between people and their animal companions.

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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.

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Leavenworth County Humane Society (Basehor, Kansas 66007) was originally founded in 1888 as the Leavenworth Humane Society; the word “County” was added in 1950.

The original mission was to “prevent and punish cruelty to children and animals, and improve enforcement of the laws relating thereto.”  Those objectives remain today.

LCHS, Inc. works with human services agencies in Leavenworth County, because where animals suffer, people are at risk, and where people suffer, animals are at risk.

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The Humane Society of North Iowa (Mason City, Iowa 50401) operates an animal adoption shelter.  Since organizing in 1959, we have found loving homes for over 10,000 abandoned, displaced, and neglected animals.

We hope we can help you find your new best friend, too.  Please view our available animals online, or even better, come visit them in person!

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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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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.

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The mission of Pet Pal Animal Shelter (St. Petersburg, Florida 33712) is to rescue dogs and cats from shelters that may otherwise be euthanized due to time limitations, illness, injuries or lack of socialization and training. We are dedicated to educating the public about the pet overpopulation crisis, the importance of spaying/neutering and responsible pet ownership.

In order to be most effective, Pet Pal Animal Shelter concentrates our attention and resources on one segment of the animal problem: those in shelters and facing euthanasia. These animals need a second chance at life and it is our goal to provide that opportunity for as many of these pets as possible. Therefore, the shelter does not accept strays. Pet Pal Animal Shelter invests hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars rehabilitating the animals we rescue. Unfortunately, the adoption fee does not cover our actual out-of-pocket expenses for surgery, medications, food, etc. As a non–profit 501(c)(3) organization, we rely solely on donations, bequests, and grants.

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