Yakima Humane Society
Tel: (509) 457-6854
2405 W Birchfield Rd
Visit us at www.yakimahumane.org. Yakima County's only 501(c)(3) open-door animal care shelter. We provide animal care, spay/neuter, education - Join us!
World Bird Sanctuary
Tel: (636) 225-4390
125 Bald Eagle Ridge Rd
World Bird Sanctuary's mission is to create a world where diverse bird species are secure and thriving in a variety of stable ecological communities. WBS are open daily from 8am - 5pm
Woodstock Farm Sanctuary
Tel: (845) 247-5700
2 Rescue Road
Woodstock Farm Sanctuary envisions a peaceful world rooted in respect and justice for all living beings. We rescue farmed animals and give them care and sanctuary, connect animals with people to advance veganism, and advocate for animal rights in alliance with other social justice movements. We welcome visitors to come and meet animals who are most commonly exploited, abused, and killed in animal agriculture. Our animal residents are given lifelong sanctuary and are treated with respect as individuals. By giving farmed animals the chance to live their lives with dignity and by sharing their stories, we advocate for veganism and aim to reduce suffering for all.
Wolf Education & Research Center (WERC)
Tel: (888) 422-1110
PO Box 12604
WERC's mission is to provide the highest quality captive animal care and education possible and inspire greater public tolerance toward apex predators. We engage the public to support sustainable relationships with nature to become a social norm.Our vision is a growing community who work toward a more sustainable relationship with nature. This is achieved through captive animal care, regional interpretive programs, and ongoing development of contemporary media. We partner with diverse cultures and traditions to build a united and stronger future for all species.
Wildlife West Nature Park
Tel: (505) 281-7655
87 E Frontage Rd
A native plant & animal habitat park operated by the NM Wildlife Association. All the birds and animals at Wildlife West Nature Park are non-releasable, in keeping with their philosophy of bringing education to the public without harming ecological balances in other parts of the region. Their habitats are designed to provide the best possible combination of viewing opportunities and harmonious living for their residents, and their animal enrichment programs ensure that their animals are both physically and mentally healthy.
Wildlife Center of Virginia
Tel: (540) 942-9453
1800 S Delphine Ave
The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a hospital for native wildlife, teaching the world to care about and to care for wildlife and the environment.
Wild Wings Inc.
Tel: (585) 334-7790
27 Pond Rd
Wild Wings is a not-for-profit educational organization that houses and cares for permanently injured birds of prey or "raptors" which are unable to survive on their own in the wild any more.
White Bird Appaloosa Horse Rescue
Tel: (434) 767-2839
1688 Burkes Tavern Road
The White Bird Appaloosa Horse Rescue is a Virginia 501(c)3 non-profit corporation dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abused, neglected and at-risk Appaloosa and other horses, especially those in urgent need and in danger of slaughter. We provide shelter, care, medical and rehabilitation services to horses in need, and whenever possible, we place them in loving and permanent homes. Horses that cannot or should not be adopted are given permanent sanctuary so that they may live the remainder of their lives in safety and dignity. Horses in the care of White Bird Appaloosa Horse Rescue are housed in Burkeville, VA, as well as at affiliate foster farms. Here, they are loved and cared for by unpaid volunteers who generously donate their time and talent.
Whiskers Animal Benevolent League
Tel: (518) 458-2287
PO Box 11190
Whiskers is a no-kill cat rescue group in the Albany, NY area. We maintain a free-roaming shelter housing over 120 cats, as well as a foster program that takes in several hundred kittens, momcats, and adults each year.
Whiskers and Tails
Tel: (816) 974-0442
185 W Broadway
Whiskers and Tails is an outreach organisation who help low and no income companion animals and their families. Whiskers and Tails also provide aid and assistance to the lost, stray, and dogs and cats in the community.
WeSNiP Whatcom Education Spay & Neuter Impact Program
Tel: (360) 733-6549
P.O. Box 28928
WeSNiP makes spay and neuter services for dogs and cats accessible and affordable in Whatcom County for our underserved community.
Wenatchee Valley Humane Society
Tel: (509) 662-9577
1474 S Wenatchee Ave
Our Mission is to Serve our Community through Education, Protection and Pet Adoptions.
Tel: (816) 761-8151
3901 Martha Truman Rd
Wayside Waifs is a charitable animal shelter whose purpose is to place adoptable animals in responsible homes. Wayside Waifs is Kansas City's largest no-kill animal shelter.
Wanderers' Rest Humane Association
Tel: (315) 697-2796
7138 Sutherland Drive PO Box 535
Wanderers' Rest Humane Association is an open admission shelter dedicated to providing the highest quality care and compassion for the animals entrusted to us while leading our community in creating a more humane society.
Voorhees Animal Orphanage
Tel: (856) 627-9111
419 Cooper Rd
Voorhees Animal Orphanage will provide compassionate shelter and adoption services for the animals, safely reuniting them with their owners or finding them suitable and permanent new homes. Provides support to pet owners, animal lovers, and companion animals through humane education and outreach.
Voices For Animals of Western Pennsylvania
Tel: +1 877-321-4832
PO Box 2751
We are a community-based, all-volunteer, animal rights organization working to end the cruel and unnecessary exploitation of animals. We work diligently to make our community, and the world, a more compassionate place.
Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center
341 S Birdneck Rd
The mission of the Virginia Beach Animal Control Unit is to balance the health, safety and welfare needs of the people and animals in our City. Through our mission we will educate the public about responsible companion animal ownership, aggressively investigate animal cruelty cases, provide compassion and humane care for unwanted, stray, abused, and abandoned animals in our City, give adoptable animals a second chance at a forever home, and humanely euthanize animals when necessary and appropriate.
Union County Humane Society
Tel: (937) 642-6716
16540 County Home Rd
UCHS is a private nonprofit organization with a mission of connecting people with animals and enriching lives. Our vision is to be a compassionate organization that places every adoptable animal into a forever home and effectively advocates for the humane treatment of animals. We coordinate programs and services for the people and animals of our community that increase public awareness and education. We are an organization committed to continuous improvement. We never set a time limit on any animal. UCHS was formed by a group of concerned citizens in Marysville in 1913 who wanted to protect the welfare of both children and animals.
Under My Wing Avian Refuge
Tel: (973) 702-7770
1243 State RT 23
Under My Wing Avian Refuge is a "No-Kill" exotic bird sanctuary. Established in 2007, it is a permanent residential facility for exotic birds and a 501 C3 nonprofit organization. We are best recognized by our community as “The North Jersey Sanctuary for Exotic Birds.” We provide excellent, knowledgeable care and specialize in working with birds that are aggressive towards humans, very noisy, self-mutilators, feather pucker’s, elderly, or in need of pelleted care, or that have disabilities or display very neurotic behaviors. In addition, Under My Wing provides services to the avian community in general via education, including lectures on basic facts to consider before acquiring a companion bird and hands-on training in dealing with new or existing companion birds. Our community outreach programs target not only adults, but children and teenagers as well, thus assuring the exotic birds’ proper care now and in the future.
Ulster County SPCA
Tel: (845) 331-5377
20 Wiedy Rd
The Ulster County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a private, nonprofit organization that has been serving its namesake county since 1891. Our mission is to prevent cruelty to animals by providing temporary shelter and finding adoptive homes for homeless, abused and neglected animals; conducting cruelty investigations; eliminating the crisis of homeless animals by providing low-cost spay/neuter services for cats and dogs and by spaying or neutering all animals offered for adoption; providing humane education and by working to improve laws to end animal cruelty.
Twin County Humane Society Hidden location
Tel: (276) 728-4038
PO Box 125
The Twin County Humane Society seeks to enhance the lives of animals in Carroll and Grayson counties and the City of Galax. Primarily, the Society will provide education to the community, promote adoptions, and support and facilitate spay/neuter efforts.
Tri-Boro Animal Welfare
Tel: (973) 831-5555
12 Belleview Ave
Tri-Boro Animal Welfare is a non-profit, volunteer, animal welfare/adoption organization. We have been serving Butler, New Jersey, and its surrounding communities, since 1974. We pride ourselves on the personal care we give each animal. Tri-Boro Animal Welfare offers both dogs and cats for adoption. Our adoption program seeks to match the adopter and the animal so that the relationship will be mutually beneficial and endure for the lifetime of the dog or cat.
Tri Cities Animal Shelter & Control Services
Tel: (509) 545-3740
1312 S 18th Ave
Tri Cities Animal Shelter & Control Services is the animal control agency for the cities of Kennewick, Pasco & Richland (city limits).
1285 Baring Blvd #260
Trailsafe Nevada is a Nevada grassroots citizen movement. We advocate protection and humane treatment for wildlife and companion animals.
Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter
Tel: (516) 677-5784
150 Miller Pl
The Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter is an animal control facility and adoption center housing cats and dogs.
Town of Brookhaven Animal Shelter
Tel: (631) 451-6950
300 Horseblock Rd
The Brookhaven Animal Shelter & Adoption Center staff is dedicated to helping the homeless pets in our township. We are proud of the fact that over 94% of the animals that come to us are saved because of the implementation of adoption programs and additional adoption center hours. Additionally coalition building with private humane societies and other animal organizations, significant upgrades to the kennels and shelter atmosphere, the addition of an education room and new training programs for the staff have all contributed to recent successes. Our outreach programs provide the community with educational and pet companionship opportunities. We are always in need of volunteers to help walk and socialize the animals. The Help the Animals Fund provides medical care for sick and injured stray animals that previously would have had to be euthanized.
Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation
Tel: (518) 226-0028
10 Lake Ave
The TRF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to saving Thoroughbred horses, no longer able to compete on the racetrack, from possible neglect, abuse, and slaughter.
The Sato Project Hidden location
The Sato Project primarily works in the municipality of Yabucoa, on the southeastern coast of the island, which has been rated the poorest of all 78 Puerto Rican municipalities. Concentrates rescue efforts on a place known as Dead Dog Beach. A beach coordinator goes to the beach daily to feed, medicate, check dogs, and rescue, as space allows. The group also provides emergency vet care, spay/neuter, relocation, and rehoming.
The Raptor Trust
Tel: (908) 647-2353
1390 White Bridge Rd
The Raptor Trust is a 501 (c)(3) not for profit organization. We are dedicated to the fulfillment of three primary missions: To provide free care and assistance to injured, sick, or orphaned wild birds. To educate people about wild birds, especially birds of prey. To provide a humane example for others.
The Nature Conservancy
Tel: (703) 841-5300
4245 N Fairfax Dr
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. We address the most pressing conservation threats at the largest scale.
The Marin Humane Society
Tel: +1 415-883-4621
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd, Novato, CA 94949, USA
The Marin Humane Society offers refuge, rehabilitation, and support services to more than 10,000 domestic animals and wildlife each year through a myriad of community services, including adoptions, foster care, behavior and training, humane education, pet assistance for people in need, lost-and-found pet services, low-cost clinics, and more. We are a local, independent organization and are not a chapter or affiliate of any national organization.
The Jane Goodall Institute
Tel: (703) 682-9220
1595 Spring Hill Rd
Founded by renowned primatologist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall, the Jane Goodall Institute is a global nonprofit that empowers people to make a difference for all living things.
The Humane Society of Somerset County
Tel: (814) 443-2121
204 Whitetail Rd
We are animal lovers. We make every effort to find homes for every animal in our care. Sometimes, this can take months. There is no "time limit" on an animal's stay. The Staff and Board of Directors at the Humane Society love pets, and our actions bear out that simple fact. Our animal guests get the very best care while they are with us.
The Humane Society of Atlantic County
Tel: (609) 347-2487
1401 Absecon Blvd
The Humane Society, AC is a private non-profit organization that was established in 1968. It operates an animal shelter, spay clinic, and veterinary clinic at its Atlantic City location.
The Humane Society for Campbell County, Inc.
Tel: (434) 821-3034
PO Box 659
The Humane Society for Campbell County (HSCC) is a community of volunteers committed to the prevention of cruelty to animals and to reducing the number of unwanted, diseased, stray, or un-adoptable animals euthanized in our county. Our vision is to ensure every animal has a home and that no animal shall be sold, given for research, given for experimentation, or for any other purpose than for a pet.
The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee
Tel: +1 931-796-6500
27 E Main St, Hohenwald, TN 38462, USA
The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee exists to provide captive elephants with individualized care, the companionship of a herd, and the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well-being, and to raise public awareness of the complex needs of elephants in captivity, and the crisis facing elephants in the wild.
The Doney Memorial Pet Clinic
The Union Gospel Mission, 318 2nd Ave Ext S
The Doney Memorial Pet Clinic is a volunteer run and donation funded clinic providing veterinary care to the pets of homeless and qualifying low income people in the greater Seattle area.
The Crossings Animal Society
Tel: 215-321-HOPE (4673)
1083 Taylorsville Rd, Ste 3
The Crossings Animal Society, Inc., located in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania, is a 501c3 non-profit, no-kill animal welfare organization. Founded in 2009, our mission is to provide quality care and a loving home for every dog and cat in our area. Located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, we also help dogs and cats in Mercer county, New Jersey, as well as other nearby locations.
The Cat Corner Inc.
Tel: (757) 722-0590
85 Fulton St
The Cat Corner was founded by a very passionate and devoted animal lover, Martha Nicholson. After seeing an overwhelming number of cats homeless and being euthanized, Martha was determined to open a no-kill shelter to make a difference in these cats' lives.
The Boxer Rescue of Oklahoma
Tel: 918-860-BOXR (2697)
10026-A S Mingo Rd, Box 269
The Boxer Rescue of Oklahoma is a 501(c)3 non-profit, volunteer ran organization committed to rescuing unwanted and abandoned purebred Boxers in the state of Oklahoma and surrounding areas and place them in a safe, responsible, loving, and permanent home.
The Bedford Humane Society, Inc. (Virginia)
Tel: (540) 586-6100
829 Ole Turnpike Dr
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to welfare of the animals of the Bedford Community.
Suffolk County SPCA
Tel: (631) 382-7722
725 Veterans Memorial Hwy Bldg 16 - PO Box 6100 Hauppauge
The Suffolk County SPCA is a local, independent not-for-profit organization that has been servicing the humane needs, requirements, and enforcement of cruelty laws for Suffolk County, New York animals since 1984. NY State Law provides that there is to be but one SPCA per county in the State – the Suffolk County SPCA is in no way affiliated with, a subdivision of or funded by the Manhattan based ASPCA, or any other local, state or national organization. Please support the Suffolk County SPCA
Stray from the Heart
Tel: (212) 726-3647
P.O. Box 11, New York
Stray from the Heart mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and find loving homes for homeless, abused or neglected dogs, regardless of where they are born. We strive to create a world where animal welfare matters and animal cruelty ends.
Stafford County Animal Shelter
Tel: (540) 658-7387
473 Eskimo Hill Rd
Stafford County Animal Shelter page provides a place for people to promote the care, safety and well-being of animals in Stafford County.
St. Francis Humane Association
Tel: (804) 598-6636
P.O. Box 73622
St. Francis Humane Association is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization committed to finding permanent, responsible, and loving homes for animals, while working to prevent cruelty, relieve suffering, and to promote responsible pet ownership and humane treatment of all animals.
Spring Hill Horse Rescue
Tel: (802) 775-1098
175 Middle Rd
Founded in 2000, Spring Hill has rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed hundreds of animals in need. We are routinely called on to evaluate cases of suspected abuse and neglect and collaborate with other Vermont animal welfare organizations. When animals other than horses are in need, Spring Hill doesn't hesitate to take them in, rehabilitate them and re-home them as well. Spring Hill has been able to find qualified homes for almost all the horses that come through our facilities.
Spokane Humane Society
Tel: (509) 467-5235
6607 N Havana St
Adopted is our Favorite Breed! The Spokane Humane Society is a non-profit animal shelter. If you're looking for a new furry forever friend please consider adopting one!
SPCA of Westchester
Tel: (914) 941-2896
590 N State Rd
The SPCA of Westchester is a No-Kill Animal Shelter located in Briarcliff Manor, NY. We find loving, new homes for an average of 1,500 animals each year & are the only shelter empowered to enforce animal cruelty laws. We have a low-cost Clinic on site.
SPCA of Brazoria County
Tel: (979) 285-2340
141 Canna Ln
The SPCA of Brazoria County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to leading Brazoria County to a time when there are no more homeless pets in our community. Founded in 1974, the SPCA-BC has operated the Southern Brazoria County Animal Shelter since 2003. The Shelter is an open admission facility serving the Cities of Freeport, Clute, and Lake Jackson, Texas.
Tel: (703) 799-9390
PO BOX 100220 · Arlington, Virginia 22210-3220
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Northern Virginia is a non-profit, all-volunteer, private organization established by local concerned citizens to rescue domestic animals from cruelty, neglect, and abandonment.
Tel: (888) 690-7722
PO Box 8682
The mission of SPCA International is simple but vast: to advance the safety and well-being of animals. Through outreach, rescue and educational programs, SPCAI spearheads lifesaving initiatives and assists grassroots animal activists worldwide.
Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation
Tel: (631) 728-7387
102 Old Riverhead Rd
The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that relies on the caring generosity of our donors and volunteers to care to for the homeless animals in our community, and place them in loving “forever homes.” The number of animals in need of our help is growing every day. The overpopulation of pets on Long Island is a major issue and sadly more amazing animals are ending up homeless. Whether caring for strays found wandering the streets, rescuing neglected and abandoned animals, or saving dogs from the horrors of the puppy mill industry, the shelter is a safe haven for all animals and for some, a last resort. Without SASF, these animals would not be able to survive. The shelter provides a stepping stone for animals to find a loving home. It offers them housing, food, medical treatment, training, and rehabilitation when necessary.
South County Cats Hidden location
No Physical Address
South County Cats provides financial assistance for spay/neuter of cats cared for by income-qualified south King County residents.
Somerset Regional Animal Shelter
Tel: (908) 725-0308
100 Commons Way
The Somerset Regional Animal Shelter provides Animal Control and Companion Adoption Services for Bridgewater, Greenbrook, and Manville, New Jersey
Tel: (206) 817-3731
16915 SE 272nd St, # 100-210
Smidget Rescue specializes in finding homes for small dogs under 25 pounds, like Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, Poodles, and mixes of all sorts. You know, "Super Midgets!" Smidget Rescue is a small organization with one founder and several volunteers. We have re-homed over 500 dogs since our inception in 2012 making our adoption rate about 1 dog every day of the year!
Skye's Spirit Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Tel: (814) 786-9677
889 Farren Surrena Rd
SSWRC is a non profit wildlife rehabilitation center in NW, PA dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife.
Shelter Reform Action Committee (SRAC)
127 West 83rd St, POB 107, New York, New York
SRAC is a coalition of animal advocates committed to improving the life and treatment of homeless animals in New York City and to the creation of an animal shelter system that provides humane care for all animals entering its doors.
Shaw Pit Bull Rescue
158 Center Road
Shaw Pit Bull Rescue is dedicated to saving abused, abandoned or neglected American Pit Bull Terriers. They accept visitors by appointment only.
Second Chance Dogs Hidden location
Tel: (206) 551-8080
PO Box 1305
SCD a non-profit organization designed to Rescue, Rehab & Re-home abandoned, abused neglected & forgotten dogs into Loving Forever Homes. (Not a shelter)
Second Chance Companions
Tel: (360) 687-4569
PO Box 2343
Wish you could save them all? Help us save them one by one. Second Chance Companions is a non-profit pet adoption and referral organization in SW Washington and the Portland Metro area.
Tel: (660) 882-5050
24687 Highway 179
Second Chance is a privately funded animal rescue organization near Boonville, Missouri focussed on rescuing and rehoming dogs and cats. Hours: Saturday: 12:00pm-5:00pm Sunday: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Tel: (425) 641-0080
13212 SE Eastgate Way
Seattle Humane's mission is to save and serve pets in need. We're dedicated to saving animals' lives and completing families.
Seattle Area Feline Rescue
Tel: (206) 659-6220
14717 Aurora Ave N
Seattle Area Feline Rescue, (formerly Animal Talk Rescue) is a cat and kitten adoption center in North Seattle/South Shoreline, WA
Seattle Animal Shelter
Tel: (206) 386-7387
2061 15th Ave W
The Seattle Animal Shelter fosters safe, healthy and caring relationships between people and animals in our community.
Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue
Tel: (631) 473-6333
608 Patchogue Rd
Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue was founded in 1994 in Port Jefferson Station, Long Island. Our concern for the devastatingly large surplus of domestic animals sowed the seeds for our ever growing animal shelter. Under the direction of founder/president Dori Scofield, the dedicated staff, volunteers and team of veterinarians have made Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue a safe harbor for companion animals.
Save The Animals Rescue (STAR) Foundation
Tel: (631) 736-8207
The STAR Foundation PO Box 519
STAR Foundation is an LI non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization, dedicated to the welfare of domestic and wild animals. Our goal is to provide a safe haven for every injured or orphaned Long Island animal in need of medical care, rehabilitation, or humane euthanasia, and to return as many healthy animals as possible to their natural habitat.
Sarvey Wildlife Care Center
Tel: (360) 435-4817
13106 148th St NE
Sarvey Wildlife Care Center's mission is rescue, rehabilitate, and release. Injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife are brought to us for care. (360) 435-4817
Sardis Raptor Center
Tel: (360) 366-3863
7472 Valley View Rd
Sardis Raptor Center is dedicated to helping rescue, rehabilitate, and release some of our most amazing wild birds: raptors.
Tel: (541) 899-8627
13195 Upper Applegate Rd
Sanctuary One's mission is to provide a refuge for animals and a healing place for people while promoting environmental stewardship.
San Diego Humane Society and SPCA
Tel: +1 619-299-7012
5500 Gaines St, San Diego, CA 92110, USA
A private, nonprofit organization that is not affiliated with any other humane society or SPCA. San Diego Humane Society receives no government funding and is supported solely by contributions, grants, bequests, investments, proceeds from our retail store, and small fees for services.
San Diego Humane Society (Escondido Campus)
Tel: +1 760-888-2275
3450 E Valley Pkwy, Escondido, CA 92027, USA
A private, nonprofit organization that is not affiliated with any other humane society or SPCA. San Diego Humane Society receives no government funding and is supported solely by contributions, grants, bequests, investments, proceeds from our retail store, and small fees for services.
Salem Animal Rescue League
Tel: (603) 893-3210
4 Sarl Dr
Salem Animal Rescue League is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter in NH. SARL saves the lives of abandoned, neglected and injured animals. www.sarlnh.org 603-893-3210
Tel: (540) 434-5270
2170 Old Furnace Road; PO Box 413
The Rockingham-Harrisonburg Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in August 1972 in order to provide general assistance to animals and the public
Roanoke Valley SPCA
Tel: (540) 339-9247
1340 Baldwin Ave NE
The Roanoke Valley SPCA is working to create a community where there are no homeless cats or dogs through the power of adoption, prevention and intervention.
Tel: (804) 521-1300
2519 Hermitage Rd
The Richmond SPCA, founded in 1891, is a no-kill humane organization dedicated to the principle that every life is precious. The organization saves the lives of more than 3,700 homeless animals each year and cares for approximately 350 cats and dogs daily. The Richmond SPCA is not affiliated with any other private animal welfare organization or SPCA but has transfer relationships with several area city and county shelters, whereby it transfers animals from the municipal shelter to its own Robins-Starr Humane Center to be placed up for adoption. The Richmond SPCA operates the full-service Susan M. Markel Veterinary Hospital, a free behavior helpline and offers pet behavior classes, children’s educational services and numerous volunteer programs.
Richmond Animal League
Tel: (804) 379-0046
11401 International Dr
Since 1979, Richmond Animal League has been finding homes for homeless dogs and cats in the Richmond area. Believing in the no-kill philosophy since the beginning, we are the area’s oldest no-kill shelter.
Richmond Animal Care and Control
Tel: (804) 646-5584
1600 Chamberlayne Ave
Richmond Animal Care & Control (RACC) was established as the first city pound June 5, 1902 and since then it has served as the only open admission public shelter in the City of Richmond. We provide humane care for more than 3,000 stray, injured, abused and relinquished pets a year that require immediate care. As an open admission shelter RACC takes in every animal in need in the City of Richmond- including animals that are severely injured or behaviorally unsound. We believe that every life is worth trying to save and we are committed to putting work behind those words.
Rescue4All Hidden location
PO Box 10379
Rescue4All is a grass roots 501c3 non-profit, non-breed discriminatory animal rescue made up of volunteers & foster homes. Help us keep the living ALIVE!
ReRun Thoroughbred Adoption
Tel: (859) 595-6660
236A Waters Rd, East Greenbush, NY, USA
ReRun Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Thoroughbred adoption program whose mission is to rehabilitate, retrain, and adopt TB's.
Regional Center for Animal Care & Protection
Tel: (540) 344-4922
1510 Baldwin Ave NE
RCACP provides temporary shelter for stray, abandoned, and surrendered animals to return them to their owners or find them permanent suitable new homes.
Raymore Animal Shelter
Tel: (816) 331-0530
1023 S Madison St
Raymore Animal Control state that their mission is to keep stray cats and dogs off of the streets for the safety of the animals and the citizens. They also return impounded animals to their owners, run a low cost spay, neuter, microchip and vaccination program and run local TNR efforts.
Tel: (540) 937-3283
PO Box 396 / 160 Weaver RD
The Rappahannock Animal Welfare League (RAWL) is a rescue based in Rappahannock County, Virginia. RAWL is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that manages the daily operations of the Rappahannock County animal shelter.
Morrison Hotel Gallery, 116 Prince St, 2nd Fl
Rational Animal is a non-profit organization founded in 2002 with the mission of creating media and special events to help at-risk animals.
Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge
Tel: (201) 337-5180
2 Shelter Ln
Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc. is founded on the belief that all animals have a natural right to humane treatment including proper care and safe shelter. Due to overpopulation, there are insufficient homes for many homeless cats and dogs. Some are lucky enough to find temporary shelter and a few even find permanent homes. However, it is a devastating fact that the majority are either euthanized or forced to chance life without shelter. To support our belief and to relieve the unnecessary suffering of animals, we shall: Extend every effort to find, evaluate, and secure good adoptive homes for animals in our care Provide animals with medical services and behavior therapy to the extent of our ability Adhere to a “no-kill” policy: animals shall not be euthanized for the purpose of providing space for new animals Adhere to a 100% spay and neuter policy Maintain continuing humane education programs and in particular to schools
Purrfect Pals Cat Shelter
Tel: (360) 652-9611
230 McRae Rd NE
Through placement and prevention programs, Purrfect Pals works to end cat homelessness in the Puget Sound region - Because every cat matters.
Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio, Inc.
PO Box 88
Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio, Inc. "PRO" is a federal non-profit organization charitable organization 501(c)(3). Our organization rescues dogs from owners who can no longer keep their pet, as well as local animal shelters. Our program provides basic manners training and socialization through the cell dog program. Our rescue program utilizes the inmates or "dog handlers" through the state prison institutions. We are 100% volunteer based charity. All proceeds go to the rescue. We do not have a facility and do not board our dogs for extended periods of time. We believe in feeding our dogs quality food. Our dogs live with their handlers or are in an approved foster home. All dogs are vaccinated and altered prior to adoption. We choose their forever homes based on the best fit for the dog.
Prince William SPCA
P.O. Box 6631
Established in 2004, the Prince William SPCA benefits animals of the greater Prince William County, Virginia area. We are an all-volunteer organization.
Pound Pals of Radford
PO Box 2851
Pound Pals of Radford is a small, non-profit volunteer organization that places homeless animals in forever homes.
Portsmouth Humane Society
Tel: (757) 397-6004
4022 Seaboard Ct
The Portsmouth Humane Society is a non-profit Virginia corporation. We depend upon charitable contributions to accomplish our work and on volunteer support to augment a very small paid staff. We were founded in 1889 and believe that we are the oldest continuously operating animal welfare organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia. PHS is dedicated to caring for homeless animals in the community by promoting their adoptions into loving, permanent homes. We also provide education and community outreach programs to help decrease the pet overpopulation problem.
PO Box 140889
Pluto Rescue is a non-profit, no kill animal rescue group started by people who have a special place in their hearts for the homeless, abandoned, sick and unwanted animals. To promote humane education designed to increase awareness, compassion and responsible pet ownership. An all-volunteer group dedicated to rescuing, providing medical attention and unconditional love until placed in a permanent and well-educated home.
Pigs Peace Sanctuary
Tel: (360) 629-6433
27631 56th Ave NW
Pigs Peace Sanctuary is a place of tranquility and happiness located one hour north of Seattle in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing a safe home for unwanted, abused or neglected animals in need and we are committed to spreading the message of compassion and respect for all animals.