Archive for the ‘PetWork North Carolina’ Category

Feline Hope Animal Shelter, Inc. (Kitty Hawk, North Carolina 27949) is a non-profit, all-volunteer, no-kill organization that is dedicated to providing food, medical care, and loving homes for homeless cats and kittens.

Feline Hope believes that all cats are created equal and all deserve a chance for life.

Publicly we dedicate most of our energies to taking in domestic companion cats that people cannot keep for whatever reason. We always try to assist the people with any problems that they are having and try to encourage them to keep their pets.

We have assisted in behavior problems, allergy problems, medical expenses, spay/neuter assistance, provided food, and even looked into housing for those who couldn’t find pet housing.


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The mission of the  Humane Society of Catawba County (Hickory, North Carolina 28602; Newton, North Carolina 28658) is to make our community a better place by serving as an advocate for companion animals. Our vision for the future is that no adoptable animal will be euthanized in Catawba County, and that animal cruelty and inhumane treatment of animals will cease to exist.


Dot (Animal ID #33555124)

Our beautiful facility features the Pat Anderson Center for Animal Adoption and Humane Education Center as well as Foothills Spay/Neuter Clinic.

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The Feral Cat Assistance Program (Greensboro, North Carolina 27429) originated in 1996 to help the forgotten, unseen, and unwanted feral cats and kittens that struggle to survive in the Piedmont Triad area of NC.


FCAP provides caregivers of feral cat colonies low cost feral cat sterilization, vaccinations and resources to manage their colonies, and advocates for feral cat management in our community.

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The SPCA of Wake County (Raleigh, North Carolina 27603) was founded in 1967, and is dedicated to creating a more humane community where every adoptable animal has a home. Each year the SPCA rehomes over 3,000 animals through its innovative adoption programs and lost and found efforts.

The guiding mission statement of the SPCA remains as relevant now as it was when it was written in 1967: To protect, shelter and promote the adoption of homeless animals; to provide education about responsible pet ownership and to reduce pet overpopulation through spay/neuter programs.
The SPCA of Wake County operates two animal shelters and each facility serves a different purpose. The first facility is the SPCA Curtis Dail Pet Adoption Center, located at 200 Petfinder Lane in Raleigh, which focuses on pet adoption and public education. The Adoption Center location does not accept any incoming animals.
The second facility operated by the SPCA is the SPCA Holding Center at 327 Highway 70 East in Garner. At this location, the SPCA accepts incoming animals from the public by appointment only. This limited intake policy is to keep the SPCA shelter from overflowing (and thus putting more animals at risk) by sharing these duties with the government-run Wake County Animal Shelter. This is done to benefit the animals and to ensure that precious resources allocated by local government for animals are used. Click here to read the SPCA’s intake policy. Additionally, the SPCA operates a program to reunite lost pets with their owners.
The SPCA is an autonomous organization and is not affiliated with or supported by any other SPCAs including the ASPCA. The SPCA is not a government-run organization. The SPCA of Wake County is a private, non-profit organization that serves the pets and people of the Wake County community.

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The Grey Muzzle Organization (Raleigh, North Carolina 27614) improves the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing funding and resources to animal shelters, rescue organizations, sanctuaries, and other non-profit groups nationwide.


Image courtesy of the Grey Muzzle Organization


  • We believe old dogs contribute positively to our quality of life and have much to teach us about patience, respect, responsibility, loyalty and unconditional love.
  • We believe every senior dog deserves to live out their golden years, months, weeks or even days in a place of love, security and peace.
  • We believe dogs are not a disposable commodity; rather, they depend on us to care for them through all stages of their lives.
  • We believe at times it is appropriate to make an end-of-life decision based on a deteriorating quality of life or if the dog is harmful to itself or others.
  • We believe in working with diverse organizations from across the country that share our fundamental values.
  • We believe in honest and open decision making that allows us to be accountable to our donors and the organizations we support.
  • We believe in providing educational support, advocacy, and sharing of best practices for those who support senior dogs.

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Triad Golden Retriever Rescue is a is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, humane treatment, and placement of homeless Golden Retrievers, and to the education of the public about the breed.

Located in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina (including Greensboro and Winston-Salem), TGRR works cooperatively with other regional rescue groups and is open to arranging long-distance adoptions whenever it finds a good match between the needs and circumstances of a dog and a family.

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Red Dog Farm (Greensboro, North Carolina 27410) is the private residence of Garland and Gary Graham, who founded Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network.

Garland and Gary began fostering golden retrievers through Triad Golden Retriever Rescue in 2000, due to their love of their golden retriever named Rodney (a/k/a “the Red Dog”), who lived to be fifteen years old and is dearly missed. Soon enough, other dogs and cats began to find their way to Red Dog Farm, and they were fostered and adopted out as well. Once the barn was finished, farm animals in need began to move in. Some came for short periods of time until they were rehabilitated and adopted and others have become permanent residents.

In 2006, after privately fostering over 50 animals, Garland and Gary decided to start a nonprofit rescue network to allow others to foster and donate. Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to the rehabilitation, fostering, and adoption of animals of all sizes.

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Alley Cats & Angels of North Carolina (Apex, North Carolina 27502) is an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)(3), foster home-based cat rescue organization located in the Triangle, NC area. Alley Cats and Angels is dedicated to improving the lives of the stray, abandoned, and feral cats while reducing the overall number of homeless cats in the Triangle, NC area; the rescue focuses on the unwanted and forgotten felines.

Alley Cats and Angels is not your typical cat rescue – it has a broad range of programs that allows it to find the right solution for cats in various situations. In addition to its adoption program, Alley Cats and Angels has a barn/garden cat program, a feral cat education and assistance/TNR program, and a low-cost spay/neuter assistance program (“Alter an Alley Cat”).

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Community Partnership for Pets, Inc. (Flat Rock, North Carolina 28731) is the only spay/neuter organization in Henderson County, NC that devotes 100% of its time and money to provide families in/around Henderson County with access to free and low-cost spay/neuter programs.

Community Partnership for Pets is working toward the day when no healthy, adoptable animals are destroyed because there are not enough homes for them. Spay/Neuter is the answer and CPPI has programs available.

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The Animal League of Gaston County (Gastonia, North Carolina 28054) works tirelessly to save animals from being destroyed at Gaston County Animal Control kennel facility. Over the years, ALGC volunteers have rescued thousands of animals.

ALGC is always in need of foster homes. Please help ALGC help the animals today so they can enjoy a wonderful tomorrow.

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