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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.

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.

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.

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.

Our Companions Animal Rescue (Manchester, Connecticut 06045) promises to always do the right things for animals, regardless of the challenge or cost.

We’re committed to helping animals in need today, while also providing programs to prevent animals from becoming homeless.

Since our founding in 2002, so many have invested in our mission to always do the right thing for animals. While the last decade has been extraordinary, it’s what lies ahead that truly invigorates us. And we look forward to continuing on this journey with you.

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.

Second Chance Pet Adoptions (Smithville, Missouri 64089) is a non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to helping homeless animals and displaced dogs and cats find loving, safe, responsible homes.

Second Chance sponsors adoption events daily at its Adoption Center. Between events,  animals are kept in the foster homes of volunteers to socialize them and tend to their needs.

 

Dogs & Cats Forever (Fort Pierce, Florida 34981) is a no-kill animal sanctuary that was organized in 1988 for the purpose of building and maintaining a shelter for homeless dogs and cats on the Treasure Coast.

Our shelter was founded on the principle of trying to find good, adoptable and loving homes for the animals, and help stop the killing of over 75,000 abandoned animals in southern Florida.

With the increase of Florida’s population so too has come an increase of unwanted animals. Any pet not adopted will have a safe and permanent home at our facility for the duration of its natural life.

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.