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Kitty Rescue and Adoption (Jaffrey, New Hampshire) is about to clear its first hurdle among the many hurdles to come to build their new shelter.

Once approval by the Planning Board is given Kitty Rescue will break ground, hopefully in May, and start to realize the dream of a new rescue for their 100+ population.

So far, they have raised enough money to purchase the land for the shelter but are now frantically trying to raise the needed funds for the building itself.

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Last August they were given until the end of 2016 by their landlord to be out of their present facility. If a new building isn’t built by then, the shelter will cease to exist. Kitty Rescue is and has been home to over 100+ cats each year. Last year alone they rescued 157 and placed 186 cats and kittens in to new loving homes.

Kitty Rescue has been in the rescue business for 13+ years and is run solely by dedicated volunteers with no paid positions, so donations go directly to the care of the cats and/or into the new building fund.

The shelter is a no-kill, non-profit 501(c)(3) which offers a second chance for the stray and abandoned and a sanctuary for feral cats that are too scared to be placed in homes.

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Pope Memorial SPCA of Concord-Merrimack County (Concord, New Hampshire 03301) is dedicated to caring for abandoned and homeless pets, protecting and advocating for pets in need, and promoting the humane treatment of all animals.

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Vision Statement: The Pope Memorial SPCA envisions our community to be a safe haven for animals, where the animal-human bond is nurtured and all animals are treated with compassion and respect.

The shelter strives to place homeless animals in loving homes that are committed to their lifetime care. This goal is facilitated by medically and behaviorally evaluating all animals, providing necessary veterinary care and working closely with applicants to ensure a successful match.

We do not euthanize animals for time or space, and many stay with us for weeks or even months waiting patiently to be adopted.

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Poodle Rescue of New England (Somerville, Massachusetts 02144) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and placement of homeless poodles. PRNE provides services throughout New England (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island).

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PRNE is an all-volunteer organization that works with veterinarians, shelters, families and other rescue organizations to care for and re-home poodles. Before placement, all dogs are spayed or neutered, heartworm tested, vaccinated and groomed.

Each dog is evaluated to insure a long and loving relationship between poodle and owner. Poodle Rescue of New England is a member of Petfinder, which lists more than 200,000 animals available for adoption.

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The mission of the Pug Rescue of New England is to find homes for abandoned and surrendered pugs in the six New England states. The pugs will be up-to-date on shots and spayed or neutered prior to being placed in a home.

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Pug Rescue of New England is a non-profit 501(c)(3), all-volunteer, foster home-based rescue organization.

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The Great Danes Around New England Rescue (Adams, Massachusetts 01220) was established to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Danes in need and to educate the public about the breed and the importance of spaying, neutering and adopting.

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The rescue covers Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire.

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Poodle Rescue of New England (Somerville, Massachusetts 02144) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and placement of homeless poodles. PRNE provides services throughout New England (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island).

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Tyler

PRNE is an all-volunteer organization that works with veterinarians, shelters, families and other rescue organizations to care for and re-home poodles. Before placement, all dogs are spayed or neutered, heartworm tested, vaccinated and groomed.

Each dog is evaluated to insure a long and loving relationship between poodle and owner. Poodle Rescue of New England is a member of Petfinder, which lists more than 200,000 animals available for adoption.

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Labrador Retriever Rescue, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to placing purebred Labrador Retrievers in suitable loving homes.

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LRR has been placing Labs in suitable, loving homes for more than 25 years. LRR is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors and staffed largely by volunteer workers made up of LRR adopters, Labrador breeders, and dog trainers. We stand behind each adoption with support from experienced, knowledgeable volunteers who love the Labrador Retriever breed.

We foster each Lab in a loving foster home, not a large, institutional kennel. We screen adopters by visiting their homes, with our own Labs, and writing a detailed home study report. People who adopt a new “best friend” from LRR find that the time, effort, and loving care we take in matching adopter and Lab—along with our lifetime take-back guarantee on any Lab we place—is a successful formula few rescues can match.

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NEESSR, Inc. (Ashland, Massachusetts 01721) is dedicated to the protection of English Springer Spaniels. The New England English Springer Spaniel Rescue is a group of volunteers that rescue stray, abandoned, relinquished or impounded English Springer Spaniels in the New England and New York areas and provides foster care, with the eventual goal of adoption. We are a non-profit 501(c)3, tax-exempt corporation. Donations are used towards medical care and vetting expenses of our rescued Springers and are always welcome.

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Our primary goals are to protect English Springer Spaniels, promote spay/neuter programs to prevent unwanted litters, and educate the public about English Springer Spaniels. We also provide general breed education for prospective Springer owners, advice on how to locate responsible Springer breeders, and advice and training resources to Springer owners.

NEESSR feels very strongly that no adoptable dog should be left behind because of medical costs. We receive donations from those who adopt our dogs, as well as those who surrender their dogs. Sometimes that isn’t enough to cover medical costs for a dog who needs non routine exams, treatments, and spaying/neutering. Visit our special needs dogs page or donate page if you would like to help.

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The mission of Peace and Paws (Hillsborough, New Hampshire 03244) is to match the world’s best dogs with the world’s best people. Peace and Paws is committed to improving the lives of these animals, supporting spay and neuter education and trap-neuter-and-return programs, and continually finding ways to preserve the well-being of these rescued animals. Peace and Paws is a non-profit, all volunteer, foster-based rescue committed to saving our treasured friends from high-kill shelters.

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Bo and Melissa Hannon, Founders of Peace and Paws

Bo and Melissa Hannon started Peace and Paws by going through the adoption process themselves (a lot like what you are doing now). They adopted a phenomenal dog from Alabama and wanted to make more of a difference for these incredible and deserving dogs.

Peace and Paws has successfully adopted more than 2,000 dogs and counting. Through its rescue work, Peace and Paws saw a need for safe, reliable transportation for the dogs and founded Rescue Riders Transport in 2008. Rescue Riders has been transporting dogs to other rescue groups, foster homes and adopters twice a month ever since. Rescue Riders Transport is USDA certified and fully compliant with local and state laws.

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Animal Allies (Manchester, New Hampshire 03105) was founded in 1994 with the notion that a small group of dedicated individuals could truly make a difference.

The founders saw the suffering of animals in the greater Manchester area and knew that through education and a little hard work, they could help to make the animals’ futures just a little bit brighter.

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