Resources

A-Parrot to A-Flamingo, Inc., Parrot Rescue
PO Box 41414, Brecksville, OH  44141
Contact: Fran Filak, Director
E-Mail: aparrottoaflamingo@danworld.com
Website: http://aparrottoaflamingoinc.zoomshare.com/
A-Parrot to A-Flamingo Rescue, Inc. is a no-kill, nonprofit Ohio parrot/pet bird rescue, safe haven, and parrot re-homing agency located in northern Ohio.

ARK
717 N Amelia Ave, DeLand FL 32724
Contact: Maggi Hall, President
Phone: 386-717-9991
E-Mail: arksaves@gmail.com
Website: www.arksaves.com

There’s no other breed of dog whose mere mention elicits negative opinions. It’s no wonder. No other type of dog is as widely banned from housing, legislated against, or incorrectly vilified by the media. And yet this breed is one of the most loyal and loving. ARK is dedicated to re-homing every pit bull it can and has been 100% successful.

ALPHA Canine Sanctuary
PO Box 5517, Bakersfield, CA 93388
Contact: Marilyn Stewart, Director
Phone: 661-391-8212
E-Mail: alphacanine1@earthlink.net
Website: http://www.alphacanine.org/adopt.asp
ALPHA is a no-kill, nonprofit rescue for homeless dogs. Programs are rescue, adoption, care for life and assistance to low-income community members in order to spay or neuter their dogs.

Animal Assistance League of Orange County Humane Center
15102 Jackson St.
Midway City, CA 92655
Contact: Colleen
E-Mail: aaloc@aaloc.org
Website: http://aaloc.org
The Animal Assistance League of Orange County is a non-profit, no-kill humane society dedicated to aiding lost and homeless pets, helping people with pet-related problems, promoting responsible pet-ownership and pet population control, and preventing cruelty to animals through educational programs.

Annie’s K-9 Orphans
1630 CR 214
Durango, CO 81303
Phone: 970-759-8811
Contact: Annie
E-Mail: anniesk9orphans@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.anniesk9orphans.org/
Annie’s Orphans is a no-kill dog shelter located in Durango, Colorado which began in 1985 as a home for retired sled dogs. With dogs for adoption in Durango, Annie’s Orphans is the oldest no-kill dog shelter in the Four Corners area.

Cajun Country Ranch Kennel
4049 SE Cravens
Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578
Contact: Annemarie Duhon
Phone: 918-465-9687
E-mail: cajuncountryranch@hotmail.com
Website: www.cajuncountryranch.webs.com

Cat Depot
2542 17th Street, Sarasota, FL 34234
Contact: Shelley Thayer, Executive Director
Phone: 941-366-2404
E-Mail: info@catdepot.org
Website: www.catdepot.org
Cat Depot is a cat rescue, adoption, education and resource center. Cat Depot’s mission is to save lives, find loving homes, and provide the resources and education to improve the destiny of homeless cats.

Change of Heart Pit Bull Rescue
PO Box 79193, Corona, CA  92881
Contact: Sarah Kosinski
Phone: 951-847-0746
E-Mail: cohpitbullrescue@yahoo.com
Website: www.cohpitbullrescue.com
They focus on helping shelters learn how to spotlight their pitties to potential adopters. They aim to help shelters build a successful adoption program for Pit Bulls. They are also working on an owner outreach program that helps keep Pit Bulls from entering into the shelter.

Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
8535 E. Smitty’s Place, Prescott Valley, AZ 86315.
Contact: Liz Stegmeir
Phone: 928-273-7005
E-Mail: Whojust812@aol.com
Website: http://www.circlel.org/about-us/what-we-do
Feathers Foundation, a 501(c)(3) corporation, primarily operates Circle L Ranch Animal Rescue & Sanctuary in Prescott, Arizona. Currently, the ranch is overflowing with animals and is home to 40 horses, over 85 dogs, 120 goats, plus a varying number of geese, cattle and sheep—almost 300 animals total.

Detroit Dog Rescue
Contact: Christina Rinaldi, Volunteer Staff Coordinator
E-Mail: Christinaddr@gmail.com
Website: www.detroitdogrescue.com
This non-profit animal rescue organization has a main focus to create and maintain the first no-kill animal center in Detroit. They rescue abused, neglected, and homeless dogs off Detroit streets, medically and socially rehabilitate, and find loving homes.

Farmington Pet Adoption Center
PO Box 45 Farmington, MO 63640
Contact: Lucretia Skaggs
Phone: 573-518-3000
E-Mail: help@farmingtonpet.org
Farmington Pet Adoption Center (FPAC) is a limited access, no-kill shelter providing lifesaving care and treatment to abandoned and unwanted pets in Missouri’s Parkland.  They find loving forever homes for every adoptable pet. In addition, they strive to reduce pet over-population, expose and assist in the prosecution of pet cruelty, and educate the public on responsible pet guardianship.

Fayetteville Animal Protection Society
3927 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC  28303
Contact: Cassy or Brandi
Phone: 910-864-9040
E-Mail: fapspet@gmail.com
Website: http://www.fapspet.org/
Their mission is to provide a licensed North Carolina no-kill shelter for owner- surrenders for a small fee, and to rescue animals from the kill shelters in the area. They also care for the rescues and provide medical treatment if needed, until they are adopted into a loving and caring lifetime environment.

H.A.L.O. Rescue
2500 South 27th Ave., Phoenix, AZ  85009
Contact: Jacque
Phone: 602-971-9222
E-Mail: info@halorescue.org
Website: http://www.halorescue.org/
They are a no-kill facility, which means they never euthanize an animal because they have run out of room, but it also means they are limited in the animals they can take in at any given time.

Happy Cats Haven
1412 S. 21st Street, Colorado Springs CO 80904
Contact: Sara Ferguson
Phone: 719-635-5000
E-Mail: office@happycatshaven.org
Website: www.HappyCatsHaven.org
Happy Cats Haven is a no-kill shelter for abandoned cats and kittens in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado. They provide humane housing, health, training and behavior care to maximize the adoptability of every cat or kitten we rescue.

Help for Homeless pets
2910 Hannon Road, Billings, MT 59101
Mailing Address: PO Box 1282, Billings, MT 59103
Contact: Angie Cook
Phone: 406-896-1700
E-mail: Hhpmontana@aol.com
Website: http://www.helpforhomelesspets.org/
Founded in 1998, Help for Homeless Pets is an all volunteer, no-kill, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with two main goals: to find permanent homes for homeless animals, and to promote spaying and neutering, thereby reducing the tragic consequences of pet overpopulation. HHP does not euthanize animals. They provide shelter in their kennel or in a foster home until a permanent home can be found.

HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue
PO Box 6076, Concord, NC 28027
Contact: Karin Britt
Phone: 704-701-5441
E-Mail: cabarrusanimalrescue@all2easy.net
Website: cabarrusanimalrescue.org
HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The mission of HS C.A.R. Is to rescue homeless and surrendered pets and find them forever homes. They promote spaying/neutering of all pets, educate the public, and promote good pet ownership.

L.I.F.E. Animal Rescue
PO Box 1431, Agoura Hills, CA 91376-1431
Contact: Emily Bernie, President
Phone: 818-707-2007
E-Mail: lifeanimalrescue@aol.com
Website: http://www.lifeanimalrescue.com/
This 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization specializes in the rescue and adoption of abandoned and homeless dogs and cats.

Lions Tigers & Bears
24402 Martin Way, Alpine, CA 91901
Contact: Jen
Phone: 619-659-8078
E-Mail: info@LionsTigersAndBears.org
Website: http://lionstigersandbears.org/
Lions Tigers & Bears (LTB) is a federally and state licensed non-profit 501(c)(3) rescue facility dedicated to providing a safe haven for unwanted and abused exotic cats and other exotic animals. LTB is a no-kill, no-breed and no-sell facility that allows animals in its care the opportunity to live out their lives with dignity in a caring and safe environment.

Lost Our Home Pet Foundation

16211 N. Scottsdale Rd Suite A6A #276, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Contact: Jodi Polanski
Phone: 602-445-PETS (7387)
E-Mail: Info@LostOurHome.org
Website: http://www.lostourhome.org/
Lost Our Home Pet Foundation is the only non-profit, no-kill pet rescue based in Phoenix whose mission is to save pets abandoned, or at risk of homelessness, due to foreclosure or a life hardship. Many of their programs are linked to the human-animal bond and extend beyond the pets to include the pet owners. Services include temporary foster program, pet food bank, rescue of abandoned pets, pet-friendly rental service, pet intake from owners, and promotion/assistance of spay/neuter.

Main Coon Adoptions
Northern California
Contact: Elaine
Phone: 510-710-9250
E-Mail: mainecoonadoptions.apps@gmail.com
Website: http://mainecoonadoptions.com/index.shtml
Maine Coon Adoptions is the adoption division of Preventing Euthanasia Through Rescue (PET Rescue), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Maine Coon Adoptions is dedicated to rescuing abused, abandoned, surrendered and homeless kitties and to finding loving, carefully-screened, adoptive homes for them.

Mid Florida Sheltie Rescue
Florida
Contact: Barbara Davis
Home: 321-345-4527
Cell: 407-719-1219
E-mail: Dillardbad@aol.com
Website: http://www.midflsheltierescue.com/
Mid Florida Sheltie Rescue is not a shelter, breeder, kennel or a business.  All shelties are fostered in private foster homes throughout the state of Florida.

New Beginnings
Hackettstown, NJ
Contact: Kim Bennett
Phone: 908-914-2371
E-Mail: kimbennett16@comcast.net
Website: http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/NJ657.html

Ninna’s Road to Rescue
Pet Drop Off: Benton Animal Hospital
195 Burt Blvd, Benton, LA
Contact: Nancy Miller
E-Mail: millern57@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.roadtorescuela.org/
Ninna’s Road to Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue and re-home small-breed dogs, to include senior dogs and dogs in kill-shelters; to provide assistance to pet owners needing to re-home their pet via their Adoption Assistance Program; and to provide responsible pet ownership education.

Orphans of the Storm
11878 Pennsylvania 85, Kittanning, PA 16201
Contact: Lori Frantz
Phone: 724-548-4520
E-Mail: olgadabest@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.orphansofthestorm.org/
Orphans of the Storm® animal shelter is located in Riverwoods (Deerfield), in north suburban Illinois. Orphans takes in, cares for, and finds good and loving adoptive homes for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs and cats each year.

PETA
501 Front St., Norfolk VA  23510
Contact: Jenny Woods
Phone: 757-622-7382
E-Mail: JennyW@peta.org
Website: http://www.peta.org/about-peta/work-at-peta/jobs-hometown/
PETA’s “Uncompromising Stands on Animal Rights” is an overview of what sets PETA apart. Their positions may be controversial, but they are always true to their driving mission to stop animal abuse worldwide.

Pets Miracle Network
PO Box 909, Dodge City, KS  67801
Contact: Monica Seaton
Phone: 620-225-6096
E-Mail: mms3@dodgecity.net
Website: http://www.adoptapet.com/adoption_rescue/69683.html
Pets Miracle Network is a non-profit no-kill rescue. They take in all kinds of needy dogs and cats, even elderly or those with health issues.

Rabbitmatch
Volunteer Department of South Los Angeles City Shelter
P.O. Box 642839, Los Angeles, CA  90064
Contact:  Nancy Hermann
Phone: 310-836-5949
They are an independent virtual organization with rabbit volunteer workers in the South Los Angeles Shelter.

Sanctuary One
13195 Upper Applegate Rd, Jacksonville, OR 97530
Contact: Sansa Collins, Animal Care Manager
Phone: 541-899-8627
E-mail: Info@SanctuaryOne.org
Website: www.sanctuaryone.org
Sanctuary One at Double Oak Farm is a nonprofit care farm where people, animals, and the earth work together for mutual healing.

Secondhand Hounds
4340 Shady Oak Rd, Hopkins, MN  55343
Contact: Rachel Mairose
Phone: 952-322-7643
E-Mail: secondhandhounds@gmail.com
Website: http://secondhandhounds.org/
This organization provides safe shelter, proper veterinary care and daily necessities for animals at risk, while working hard to find each a permanent, loving home!

Southern California Siamese Rescue
PO Box 1379, Agoura Hills, CA 91376
Contact: Karen Dauphin, Director
Phone: 818-830-3380
E-Mail: SOCAsrc@siameserescue.org
Website: www.siameserescue.org
Southern California Siamese Rescue is part of the nationwide partnership of individual non-profit Siamese Rescue Centers that are dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned Siamese cats and placing them in permanent happy homes. This Center covers Southern California

Swan Center Outreach
PO Box 25749, Silverthorne, CO 80497
Contact: John Longhill, Co-founder and Executive Director
Phone: 970-468-0924
E-Mail: swancenter@mindspring.com
Website: http://www.swancenter.org/
Swan Center Outreach provides leadership and self-awareness programs with rescued horses that empower and support youth and adults in the achievement of their life goals, while demonstrating the educational, therapeutic, and spiritual value of a loving relationship with animals.

Tailless Cat Rescue
Liberty, NC  27298
Contact: Kitty Elder
E-Mail: Taillesscatrescue@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.taillesscatrescue.com/
Tailless Cat Rescue is a small, no-kill rescue dedicated to finding exceptional homes for exceptional cats. They specialize in Manx, but will also help American Bobtail, Japanese Bobtail, Pixie-Bob, and Highlander cats.

Towncats

Morgan Hill, CA 95038
Contact: Rosi
Phone: 408-779-5761
E-Mail: towncats@garlic.com
Website: http://www.towncats.org/
Town Cats of Morgan Hill is a no-kill cat shelter that needs fosters to care for cats in their homes and prepare them for their forever homes.

Tree House Animals
1212 W Carmen Ave, Chicago, IL 60640
Contact: Kate Boisseau
Phone: 773-784-5488
E-Mail: kate@treehouseanimals.org
Website: http://www.treehouseanimals.org/
Tree House is a humane organization that promotes the inherent value of every animal and strives to educate the public about proper and responsible animal care, with a focus on the care and placement of stray cats with special physical and emotional needs. They are committed to finding every healthy and treatable animal a home and to helping lead the way to a no-kill nation.

Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary
PO Box 1329, Woodstock, NY 12498
Contact: Sue Mannella, Programs Director
Phone: 845-679-5955
E-Mail: suem@woodstocksanctuary.org
Website: http://woodstocksanctuary.org/
WFAS is driven by the simple philosophy that kindness and respect to animals is a moral duty and that all the creatures that share this earth are here with us and not for us. Like faithful dogs and lap-sitting cats, farm animals are feeling individuals who deserve to be treated with compassion and to live free of fear and suffering.

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