Humane Society of Broward County
The Humane Society of Broward County provides shelter, aid and responsible adoptions to animals entrusted to their care, and educates the community about respect and kindness to all animals.
Identified nationally as a “Leader in Animal Welfare,” the Humane Society of Broward County is a 33,000 square-foot, completely air-conditioned facility with the ability to house over 300 dogs and cats. The Humane Society of Broward County is an open admission shelter with dedicated veterinarian services for their animals.
North Shore Animal League America
A national and international leader in the no-kill movement, North Shore Animal League America is committed to saving and rehabilitating the lives of homeless companion animals and educating the public about the joys and responsibilities of rescue. Founded in 1944, they are the largest, most comprehensive no-kill rescue and adoption organization in the world, with more than 2,000 shelter partners across the country and around the globe. Headquartered in Port Washington, N.Y., they rescue, nurture, and adopt nearly 18,000 pets annually into responsible, loving homes, plus assist in the adoptions of thousands more through our global partnerships.
Over the years, they’ve introduced such lifesaving best practices as mobile adoption, offsite adoption, puppy mill rescue, national low-cost spay/neuter referral, humane relocation, and most recently, the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum, a transformative humane education program based on social-emotional learning and the natural affinity between children and animals. Introduced in 2010, the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum is strengthening the human-animal bond for more than 3,000,000 students across North America, and creating future generations of informed and empathetic adopters.
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League provides services to over 28,000 cats, dogs, puppies and kittens each year. Operating continuously since 1925, we have been positively impacting animal welfare and addressing overpopulation in Palm Beach County through a variety of services.
Our Mission is to provide shelter to lost, homeless and unwanted animals, to provide spay and neuter and other medical services for companion animals, and to care for, protect, and find quality homes for homeless and neglected companion animals, to advocate animal welfare, community involvement and education to further the bond between people and animals.
Larimer Humane Society
Founded in 1969, Larimer Humane Society is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and provide the responsible care and treatment of animals.
As Northern Colorado’s largest open-admission animal care facility, we provide shelter, medical attention and care to thousands of lost, abandoned, injured, abused, ill and orphaned animals each year.
Dogs on Deployment
Military members nation-wide confront a multitude of problems during their careers, the last thing they need to worry about is their pet’s care during their service commitments. Dogs On Deployment is a 501(c)(3) national non-profit which provides an online network for service members to search for volunteers who are willing to board their pets during their owner’s service commitments. Dogs on Deployment promotes responsible, life-long pet ownership by military pet owners by advocating for military pet owner rights, providing educational resources and granting financial assistance for military pet owners during times of emergency.
Humane Society Tacoma & Pierce County
Established in 1888, the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County focuses largely on protecting dogs and cats, solving the burgeoning pet overpopulation problem, and developing innovative humane programs to serve the entire community. The Humane Society shelters more than 12,000 animals every year, maintains more than a dozen humane programs, and is at the forefront of the progressive animal welfare.
Atlanta Humane Society
Atlanta Humane Society (AHS) is a 501(c)3 tax exempt nonprofit (IRS Tax ID# 58-0685900) and one of the oldest private charitable organizations in Atlanta. AHS was founded in 1873 and was originally chartered after the Civil War to protect women, children and animals. AHS is a nationally-recognized leader in animal welfare and positively impacts over 25,000 animals a year through companion pet adoptions, preventative and veterinary services, behavior training and educational programs. AHS maintains two adoption centers and campuses in the Atlanta Metro Area with the first established in West Midtown in the 1940’s and a new campus in Alpharetta that was opened in 2011. AHS is committed to finding homes for all adoptable companion animals and placed 8,300 dogs and cats into permanent, loving homes in 2015. AHS is proud to be a part of the solution to ending pet homelessness and overpopulation in the southeastern United States.
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles (spcaLA) is an independent, nonprofit animal welfare organization serving Southern California since 1877. Donations run programs and services including Cruelty Investigations, Disaster Animal Response Team, Humane Education and a variety of shelter services. spcaLA believe that animals, as living creatures, have value beyond economic measurement, and are entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection.
SPCA of Texas
The SPCA of Texas is the leading animal welfare organization in North Texas. Founded in 1938, the non-profit operates two shelters, three spay/neuter clinics and an emergency animal rescue center, all located in Dallas and Collin Counties, and maintains a team of animal cruelty investigators who respond to thousands of calls in eight North Texas counties. Moreover, the SPCA of Texas serves as an active resource center for an array of services that bring people and animals together to enrich each other’s lives. The SPCA of Texas is dedicated to providing every animal exceptional care and a loving home.
All Breeds Rescue, Vermont
All Breed Rescue is a compassionate, non-profit rescue dedicated to saving highly adoptable dogs from high kill shelters and placing them in loving homes in the Northeast.
Established in 1996; All Breed Rescue has rescued over 6,000 dogs from high kill shelters and has grown a vast network of volunteers and fosters in the process. As a compassionate non-profit dog rescue, we work within the community through local schools, colleges and businesses to raise awareness of overpopulation in our country.
As we aim for the future, we look to our community to aid us in saving dogs who are homeless of any breed, size and age through basic training, socializing, networking fostering, adopting and sponsoring. It’s with these actions we are able to place these abandoned dogs in caring fosters and loving homes here in the generous Northeast.
The Cat Network, Inc.
The Cat Network, Inc. is a grass-roots organization with over 2,500 volunteer and donor members. Its members have trapped and sterilized over 51,000 stray and abandoned cats and have adopted out over 7,000 cats since its inception in December of 1995. Its mission is to make everyone aware of this huge community problem and to be proactive in fighting it by spaying and neutering pets and strays, alike.
The Cat Network encourages the public to adopt stray and abandoned cats as indoor-only pets and practice responsible ownership. They also mediate with planned communities and multi-family developments to enact TNR (trap/neuter/release) efforts rather than extermination of stray cats on their properties. Through combined efforts with other local animal agencies they are working to make South Florida a No-Kill community. They also cooperate with and assist other local governmental agencies in animal hoarder situations.
Capital Humane Society
Capital Humane Society serves the community by sheltering unwanted pets, acts as an advocate for animal welfare and strives to educate the public about responsible pet care.
Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA
The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA is an independent, donor-supported, non-profit agency that provides animal care and services for homeless and owned animals in their community. PHS takes in nearly 12,000 animals each year from the cities of Altadena, Arcadia, Bradbury, Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge, La Crescenta-Montrose, Monrovia, Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena. With over 100 employees, they are dedicated to promoting humane treatment and compassionate care for all animals – domestic, exotic, wild or livestock.