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|Animal Aid (UK)|
Animal Aid is the UK's largest animal rights group and one of the longest established in the world, having been founded in 1977. We campaign peacefully against all forms of animal abuse and promote cruelty-free living. We investigate and expose animal cruelty, and our undercover investigations and other evidence are often used by the media, bringing these issues to public attention.
|Animal Defense League of Arizona|
The Animal Defense League of Arizona is a statewide animal protection organization that has worked for over 25 years on behalf of companion animals, wildlife, animals in laboratories, animals in entertainment, and farm animals. ADLA is a statewide leader in Spaying and Neutering Companion Animals and Feral Cats. It TNR's 10,000 cats per year in Maricopa County and makes statewide referrals to low cost and no cost Spay Neuter services.
Animal Equality is an International animal advocacy organisation that is dedicated to defending all animals through public education, campaigns and investigations. We work to create a more just and compassionate world for animals. We are currently active in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Venezuela and India. We believe that every animal should have a voice, deserving a life free of pain and suffering. We seek to achieve a behavioural and lasting change in society in order to prevent cruelty and protect animals.
|Animal Legal Defense Fund|
The Animal Legal Defense Fund's mission is to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system. ALDF accomplishes this mission by filing high-impact lawsuits to protect animals from harm, providing free legal assistance and training to prosecutors to assure that animal abusers are punished for their crimes, supporting tough animal protection legislation and fighting harmful animal protection legislation, and providing resources and opportunities to law students and professionals to advance the emerging field of animal law.
|Animal Protection and Rescue League|
APRL is a grassroots 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in San Diego, California. Since forming in 2003, APRL has garnered national and international media attention, influenced animal protection legislation, conducted numerous rescues of abused factory farmed animals and educated tens of thousands of people about humane eating.
|Anonymous for Animal Rights|
Anonymous is a registered charity promoting animal rights in Israel. Our successful campaigns include: Stopping the force-feeding of geese and ducks (over 800,000 annually); Stopping the water deprivation and isolation of veal calves; Banning the dehorning of cows without anaesthetics; Stopping vivisection in schools; Stopping the cruel butchering of doves in Israel's largest granary; Banning the use of wild animals in circuses;
|Captive Animals' Protection Society|
CAPS has worked alongside grassroots activists and campaign partners from other animal protection organisations since we were founded in 1957 to see an end to the exploitation of animals in the big top. Current campaigns: AnimalPledge.org: Our work to end the unseen suffering of animals used in the media. Fight for Flight: The campaign to end the mutilation of birds in zoos. Mobile Zoos: Working to tackle the growing mobile zoo industry in the UK. Pet Primates: Working in partnership to end the cruel trade in primates as pets in the UK
|Coalition to Abolish the Fur Trade|
The Coalition to Abolish the Fur Trade (CAFT) has helped regenerate the grass-roots campaign against the fur trade throughout the UK. Through investigations, education, campaigns and demonstrations we have exposed the horror of the fur trade and helped establish and continue many anti-fur actions across Britain. We have filmed undercover in fur farms, lobbied for a ban on fur farming and persuaded countless shops to stop selling real fur. We also work with anti-fur groups across the world. The fur industry is a global one so our fight against it should work on an international level too.
|Compassion Over Killing|
Working to end animal abuse since 1995, Compassion Over Killing exposes cruelty to farmed animals and promotes vegetarian eating as a way to build a kinder world. Since 1995, COK has served as an unwavering force bringing about positive changes for animals and thanks to our many generous supporters, we've come a long way in our short history: starting as an all-volunteer high school club and evolving into a national voice for animals.
|Direct Action Everywhere|
Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) is an international grassroots network of animal rights activists. The group calls for total animal liberation. Direct Action Everywhere holds protests in restaurants, grocery stores, and other venues to challenge speciesism. DxE activists also performed an investigation of a farm which supplies eggs to Whole Foods Market and other retailers.
|Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM)|
Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) is an international nonprofit organization working to promote a vegan lifestyle and animal rights through public education and grass roots outreach. It operates ten national and international programs from its headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland. FARM has the abolitionist vision of a world where animals are free from all forms of human exploitation, including, food and clothing, research and testing, entertainment and hunting. FARM's mission is to spare the largest number of animals from being bred, abused, and slaughtered for food, as this accounts for 98% of all animal abuse and slaughter.
|Friends of Animals (FoA)|
Friends of Animals is a non-profit, international animal advocacy organization, incorporated in the state of New York since 1957. Friends of Animals works to cultivate a respectful view of nonhuman animals, free-living and domestic. Our goal is to free animals from cruelty and institutionalized exploitation around the world.
HAYTAP is an animal rights federation in Turkey. It is an animal rights organization and a federation of such organisations based in Istanbul, currently led by Ahmet Kemal Şenpolat. HAYTAP unified all animal rights associations and organizations under one name. Created in 2008, HAYTAP raises awareness of the violation of animal rights. It reaches out to the Turkish Parliament through court trials, engages in training activities such as education programs in schools, and uses public relations to spread its message. HAYTAP's main lobbying concern is to change the laws in Turkey regarding cruelty to animals.
|The Humane Society of the United States|
Through our rescue efforts, disaster response, mobile veterinary clinics, global street dog program and five animal care centers, we directly care for thousands of animals each year. The HSUS advocates for animals through public policy, corporate reforms and major campaigns to confront national and global cruelties. The HSUS provides training and services to local shelters and rescue groups, supports spay/neuter and adoption initiatives and offers tips on caring for your pets.
|In Defense of Animals (IDA)|
Founded in 1983 by Dr. Elliot Katz DVM, In Defense of Animals is an international animal rights and rescue organization dedicated to protecting the rights, welfare and habitats of animals. We are supported by a network of tens of thousands of determined activists, dedicated volunteers, interns and donors. We work to expose and end animal experimentation; protect wildlife and restore balance in their natural habitats; end the exploitation and abuse of wild species living in captivity, protect domestic and wild species worldwide from abuse and slaughter for food, conduct cruelty investigations and rescue operations, and provide veterinary care for sick, abused and orphaned animals in our natural habitat sanctuaries.+
|International Primate Protection League|
IPPL is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the world's remaining primates, great and small. We also operate a sanctuary for gibbons (the smallest of the apes) in South Carolina and support primate rescue efforts worldwide, especially in countries where primates are native. Our goal is to keep these uniquely threatened animals safe from human cruelty, negligence, and exploitation, envisioning a world where all primates can thrive in their native habitats.
|Italian Horse Protection Association|
The Italian Horse Protection Association (IHP) is the only rescue center in Italy for mistreated and confiscated equines, based on Law 189 of 2004. The main goal of the Italian Horse Protection Association is the psychological and physical recovery of equines, subjected to sequestration under Law 189 of 2004. Beyond that it strives to raise awareness of the ethological characteristics and the specific needs of the equine species. In IHP's view equines are very often misunderstood by their human counterparts, resulting sometimes in unintentional mistreatment due to this lack of understanding.
|Last Chance for Animals|
Last Chance for Animals (LCA) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating animal exploitation through education, investigations, legislation, and media attention. The organization believes that animals are highly sentient creatures who exist for their own reasons independent of their service to humans; they should not be made to suffer for the latter. LCA therefore opposes the use of animals in food and clothing production, scientific experimentation, and entertainment. Instead, it promotes a cruelty-free lifestyle and the ascription of rights to non-human beings.
|Massachusetts Animal Rights Coalition|
MARC is a volunteer group that works to end suffering for all animals: "food animals", animals in laboratories and entertainment, companion animals, fur animals and other wildlife. MARC is the largest and most active animal rights group in Massachusetts, with over 3500 members. MARC's members range from grade school students to grandparents and are as diverse as the animal issues we work on. But we are united in our love and concern for animals and our belief that animals should not be exploited by humans. We have organized and participated in protests and demonstrations at restaurants, meat retailers, vivisection and animal testing institutions and conferences, circuses and rodeos, consulates and government buildings, pet shops, sportsmen's shows, and furriers. The animals we have defended in this way include pigs, chickens, ducks, geese, cows, turkeys, wolves, seals, dolphins, all hunted species, lab animals (including primates), fur animals, veal (dairy) calves, companion animals (pets), and all circus animals.
|Mercy for Animals (MFA)|
We are on the frontlines fighting to protect farmed animals. From factory farms to corporate boardrooms, courts of justice to courts of public opinion, Mercy For Animals is there to speak up against cruelty and for compassion.
|People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)|
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk, its international president. A nonprofit corporation with 300 employees, it claims that it has 3 million members and supporters and is the largest animal rights group in the world. Its slogan is "animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way."
|Save Animals From Exploitation (SAFE)|
Founded in 1932, SAFE aims to make significant improvements to the lives of animals by raising awareness, challenging cruel practices, changing attitudes and fostering compassion so that they are no longer exploited or abused by humans. With over 20,000 members, supporters and a small group of dedicated staff, SAFE undertakes high-profile campaigns, public stalls, displays, demonstrations, meetings, education services and research to foster a more informed understanding of the state of human-animal relations in contemporary Aotearoa New Zealand.
|Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS)|
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is a non-profit, marine conservation organization based in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island, Washington, in the United States. Sea Shepherd uses direct action tactics to protect marine life. The organization was founded in 1977 under the name Earth Force Society by Paul Watson, a former member of Greenpeace, after a dispute with that organization over what Watson saw as its lack of more aggressive intervention. The group has a strong focus on public relations to spread its message via the media. In 2008, Animal Planet began filming the weekly series Whale Wars based on the group's encounters with the Japanese whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean, a development which brought the group much publicity. Sea Shepherd currently operates the vessels MY Steve Irwin, the MY Bob Barker, the MY Sam Simon (donated and named after Sam Simon, co-founder of The Simpsons) and the MV Brigitte Bardot. Operations have included scuttling and disabling whaling vessels at harbor, intervening in Canadian and Namibian seal hunts, shining laser light into the eyes of whalers, throwing bottles of foul-smelling butyric acid onto vessels at sea, boarding of whaling vessels while at sea, and seizure and destruction of drift nets at sea. Sea Shepherd claims that their aggressive actions are necessary, as the international community has shown itself unwilling or unable to stop species-endangering whaling and fishing practices.
Founded in November 1993, by Angela Roberts and Lynn Williamson, and based in Sheffield, England, Uncaged campaigned against animal experiments and in particular against xenotransplantation (animal to human transplants). In 1994 we launched the global boycott of animal testing company Procter & Gamble. We campaigned for democratic action on animal issues through the political system. Fifty years after the Declaration of Human Rights was ratified Uncaged launched International Animal Rights Day in 1998 as a focus for our Universal Declaration of Animal Rights.
|People for Animals (PFA)|
People for Animals also known as PFA is India's largest animal welfare organization with a nationwide network of 26 hospitals, 165 units and 2.5 Lakh members. We work to rescue and rehabilitate sick and needy animals. We set up and run shelters, ambulance services, sterilization programs, treatment camps and disaster rescue missions for animals. We conduct education programs in schools, fight cases in court and lobby on animal issues in parliament. At present, we have a nationwide network of 165 units, 26 hospitals and 60 mobile units. PFA aims to have an animal welfare center in each of the nation's 600 districts.
|World Animal Protection|
We move the world to protect animals. 3,000 dogs used to be culled every year in Cali, Colombia for fear of rabies. We persuaded the government to sterilise dogs instead. The number of strays fell by 25%. Dog bites reduced. And when the project ended, 10,000 people paid to sterilise their dogs, rather than returning to culling. In 2013 we successfully moved the United Nations to include animal welfare in resolutions for the first time – a victory that will lead to policy change worldwide. We've been moving the world to protect bears for more than 20 years. In India, Turkey and Greece, we've helped to end bear dancing – for good.
|Animal Welfare Board of India|
The Animal Welfare Board of India, the first of its kind to be established by any Government in the world, was set up in 1962, in accordance with Section 4 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Acts 1960 (No.59 of 1960).
|Help Animals India|
Help Animals India is a registered USA nonprofit charity, to facilitate the flow of support for worthy Indian animal protection groups from donors around the world. Help Animals India is a labor of love.
|Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organizations (FIAPO)|
FIAPO is India's apex animal protection organisation. As the collective voice of the animal protection movement in India, FIAPO is the catalyst that protects the interests of animals at local and national levels. Created for the movement, by the movement and comprised of animal protection organisations, FIAPO is India's only national federation.
|Stray Relief and Animal Welfare (STRAW)|
Stray Relief and Animal Welfare (STRAW) is a New Delhi, India based non profit organization recognized by Animal Welfare Board of India - AWBI that works to improve the way Animals in general and strays in particular, are treated and regarded by society. Registered in January 2002, STRAW is recognized by the Animal Welfare Board of India. A caring attitude is hidden deep inside each one of us and if we allow this attitude to be brought forward, even in small little ways, there would be no creature - big or small - on this earth ever in discomfort and pain. STRAW believes in this philosophy.
|Pet Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)|
Pet Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) is a non–government, non – profitable, registered animal welfare organization working for prevention of cruelty towards animals and a better environment for mankind. PAWS is recognized by Animal Welfare Board of India which is a govt. body. PAWS came into existence in 1998 and started working the very same day. The purpose of the society is to make people aware about the care, management and nutrition of pet and stray animals. For PAWS all animals on this planet are the pets of the society and hence we need to realize their importance in our everyday life and do our bit in exchange. PAWS conducts regular awareness programs in and around Delhi besides its anti rabies camps for strays. The society is doing its bit to help eradicate rabies and control the stray population by immunization and undertaking the ABC (Animal Birth Control) Program.
|Blue Cross of Hyderabad|
We have two ambulances that rescue sick homeless animals, animals injured in road accidents, or animals which have collapsed on the street, in need of help. Our 2-acre Shelter is a haven for sick, injured, abused, old, destitute, abandoned and completely helpless animals that find shelter here. The animals staying here are recovering from road accidents, disease or could be maimed, aged and unable to return to the streets.
|Humane Society International (HSI)|
Humane Society International is one of the only international animal protection organizations in the world working to protect all animals including animals in laboratories, farm animals, companion animals, and wildlife - and our record of achievement demonstrates our dedication and effectiveness.
We are Australia's leading animal protection organisation. Our investigations and campaigns are recognised the world over. We unite millions of people who believe in a world where animals are free from cruelty.
The RSPCA is an independent, non-government community-based charity providing animal care and protection services. The RSPCA runs 40 shelters and employs around 1,000 staff. It costs more than $80 million each year to deliver all of our services which help improve the lives of Australian animals. Most of this money comes from public donations and fundraising initiatives, as well as business partnerships, grants and RSPCA patrons.
|Australian Animal Welfare Strategy|
AAWS - Building on past achievements, delivering a better future for animals. First developed in 2005 by the Australian Government in conjunction with the States and Territories and key stakeholders, the Australian Animal Welfare Strategy (AAWS) is now managed by the States and Territories, with the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) the custodian of the AAWS website. The aim of the AAWS is to assist in the creation of a more consistent and effective animal welfare system.
|Animal Welfare League Australia|
We are a national non-profit organisation caring for companion animals across Australia. We formed in 2007, when the Animal Welfare Leagues of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland united to become Animal Welfare League Australia. Dogs Homes of Tasmania joined AWLA in 2010 and SAFE Inc joined in 2014. Together we have more than 300 years of combined experience in caring for animals in need.
|Animal Liberation Australia|
Animal Liberation is an animal rights charity founded in 1976 by Christine Townend. We believe all animals have the right to live free from human intervention. As societies throughout time have had to fight for the rights of slaves, women and other minority groups to challenge dominant social views, the animal rights movement is now the greatest social change movement around the world. Animal Liberation intends to fight for all non-human animals until they are able to live lives of their choosing, free from intervention, use and abuse by humans. We pursue our goal through education campaigns, public events and using the media to get our message across. Our mission statement is: to work toward the end of suffering of exploited and confined animals, through legislation, consumer advocacy, action and humane education
Voiceless is led by father-daughter team Brian and Ondine Sherman, supported by patrons Michael Kirby, J. M. Coetzee and Jane Goodall. Established in 2004, Voiceless is a community of informed and passionate animal advocates working together to make a difference.
|Animal Rights and Rescue Group (ARRG)|
The Animal Rights and Rescue Group is a registered charity that was formed in 1995, following the closing of the RSPCA branch in the region. ARRG is a small group of dedicated people who work tirelessly to help the unwanted, injured and neglected animals. The group works seven days a week and is always urgently in need of committed volunteers and foster carers. The group also give support and advice to the public regarding all companion animal issues. Where breaches of the Cruelty to Animals Act occur ARRG refers to the local RSPCA Inspector or the police and supports and assists where possible to ensure appropriate action is taken.
|Animal Liberation Victoria|
Animal Liberation Victoria (ALV) was founded over 35 years ago, with the mission of saving lives and ending animal exploitation. During this time ALV has always been, and always will be, a front-line organisation. We have spearheaded the fight for animal rights in the trenches. Our animal rescue teams, embracing the principle of non-violence, openly disobey unjust laws to rescue sick and injured animals, and document the horrific conditions suffered by literally billions of animals around the world. These ‘Open Rescues’ are based on the moral premise that it is wrong to knowingly let any individual, regardless of their species, be imprisoned, abused and killed for the profit of another.
|Choose Cruelty Free (CCF)|
Choose Cruelty Free (CCF) is an independent, non-profit organisation based in Australia, which produces the Choose Cruelty Free List (CCF List) and actively campaigns for an end to animal testing of cosmetics, toiletries and other household products. CCF surveys and accredits cruelty-free companies selling cosmetics, toiletries and household cleaning products to Australian consumers, online and/or retail. Accredited companies join the CCF List online, in the free CCF App and in the printed booklet which is produced twice per year. All CCF work is performed largely by volunteers who believe in a cruelty-free lifestyle.
|Australian and New Zealand Laboratory Animal Assocation|
ANZLAA (Australian and New Zealand Laboratory Animal Association) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the welfare of animals used in research and teaching. In addition to improving animal welfare through direct means, ANZLAA seeks to foster informed discussion and continuing professional development for those working with animals used in research and teaching. It is hoped that ANZLAA, through the pursuit of its goals, will help ensure that the use of animals in research or teaching is conducted in a manner that is ethical, humane and compassionate.
Adopt a dog, cat or other animal in Belgium. Shelters & individuals can post animals free.
|World Wildlife Fund|
For 50 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally. WWF's unique way of working combines global reach with a foundation in science, involves action at every level from local to global, and ensures the delivery of innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.
|International Animal Rescue|
At International Animal Rescue we do exactly what our name says – we save animals from suffering around the world. Our work includes cutting free and caring for dancing bears in India, rescuing primates from captivity in Indonesia and sterilising and vaccinating stray dogs and cats in developing countries. Wherever possible we return rescued animals to their natural environment but we also provide a permanent home for animals that can no longer survive in the wild. As human populations expand, wildlife comes under increasing threat. By rescuing individual animals belonging to species like the orangutan and reintroducing them into protected areas in the wild, our work also plays a role in the conservation of the species as a whole.
|International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)|
IFAW (the International Fund for Animal Welfare) saves animals in need all around the world. With projects in more than 40 countries, we rescue individual animals, campaign to prevent animal cruelty and advocate for the protection of wildlife and habitats.
|Animal Alliance of Canada|
Since 1990 Animal Alliance of Canada has been committed to the protection of all animals and the promotion of a harmonious relationship among people, animals and the environment. Bringing together dedicated professionals with proven records in animal and environmental protection, together we work on local, national, and international educational and legislative advocacy initiatives to protect animals and our environment. Animals are used in every conceivable manner, and as humans continue to pollute the world and destroy natural environments, animals also die. With increasing numbers of individuals recognizing that animals are not ours to kill, eat, wear, experiment upon or exploit for entertainment, Animal Alliance of Canada has become a respected and powerful force.
|British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BCSPCA)|
The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia.
|Animal Welfare Foundation of Canada (AWFC)|
Our VISION: All animals be well cared for and treated with respect, and that an enlightened ethic of animal care be fostered. Our PURPOSE: The Animal Welfare Foundation of Canada (AWFC) aims to achieve measurable positive change in improving the lives of animals in Canada, through innovative educational and research initiatives.
Animal Justice Canada Legislative Fund is a Federally incorporated not-for-profit dedicated to advocating for the humane treatment of animals. Animal Justice Canada Legislative Fund is working to enshrine meaningful animal rights into Canadian law, including the right of animals to have their interests represented in court, and the guarantee of rights and freedoms that make life worth living.
At Farm Sanctuary, we spend our lives with farm animals, and we know them as individuals. We would no more eat a chicken or a pig than we would eat a kitten or a puppy. However, we also recognize that legislation and regulation can lessen the suffering of millions — or even billions — of animals with one new law or regulation.
|Vancouver Humane Society|
The Vancouver Humane Society is a registered charity dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. Since 1984, we have been encouraging individuals, organizations, and governments to take responsibility for the welfare and rights of domestic animals and wildlife influenced by human activities. Funding comes primarily from donations, and many of our activities are made possible through the generous assistance of volunteers.
|American Anti-Vivisection Society (AAVS)|
The mission of AAVS is to end the use of animals in science through education, advocacy, and the development of alternative methods. Founded in 1883, the American Anti-Vivisection Society (AAVS) is the first non-profit animal advocacy and educational organization in the United States dedicated to ending experimentation on animals in research, testing, and education. We work with individuals, students and parents, educators, grassroots groups, corporate and government decision makers, and members of the scientific community.
|Animal Rights UK|
Our mission is now to help the animal rights movement in the UK in any way possible. This includes publicity, legal advice, web design. leaflet design, online advice and so much more!
|Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA)|
We're proud to be the oldest welfare charity around. We were the first to introduce a law to protect animals and we work hard to ensure that all animals can live a life free from pain and suffering. Through our campaigns we raise standards of care and awareness of issues for the animals who have no voice. With your support we push for laws to be changed, improving the welfare of animals on farms, in research labs, in the wild, in paddocks or in our homes.
|Danish Centre for Animal Welfare (DCAW)|
The aim of the Danish Centre for Animal Welfare (DCAW) is to contribute to the improvement of animal welfare in Denmark. DCAW was inititated in January 2010. DCAW is located at the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration but is a collaborative initiative bringing together animal welfare experts from the authorities as well as from Copenhagen and Aarhus universities. DCAW contributes to improving animal welfare by: Communicating animal welfare knowledge to relevant stakeholders such as farmers, politicians, veterinarians, researchers, pet owners, etc. Initiating and supporting animal welfare research. Presenting an overview of animal welfare-related data from authorities, from the farming industry and from research. Comparing Danish animal welfare data and legislation to that of other European countries
|America for Animals|
America for Animals is a new type of animal welfare organization – one that empowers advocates to promote compassion and fight cruelty in the communities where they live. We are building state-of-the-art web and mobile applications to help advocates connect, organize, participate, and, most importantly, make a difference in the lives of animals. These new technologies hold tremendous potential for doing good. We see cities that are full of animal advocates who have no outlet for their passion; of groundbreaking animal welfare organizations that no one has even heard of; of horrible animal abuse that remains hidden from concerned citizens. Through well-designed and easy-to-use web and mobile apps, we believe we can change this reality. America for Animals is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We are headquartered in San Diego, but work with highly skilled volunteers around the world.
|Hooves and Paws Animal Rescue|
We are a non profit, no kill animal rescue shelter dedicated to saving the lives of animals in need. We rescue abandoned, abused and unwanted animals and give them a second chance at a new and happy life. It is a fact that all of the abused animals who come to our rescue had nowhere else to go. Most have been saved from certain death and many of them have been injured and abused. At our non profit, animal shelter, we provide them with nutritious food, soft bedding, excellent veterinary treatment and round the clock loving care. Once rehabilitated, our animals are available for adoption and are placed in carefully screened homes. Animals who are not adopted are guaranteed lifelong care at our sanctuary. We currently care for over 80 rescued animals at our sanctuary, including dogs, horses, potbellied pigs, goats, sheep, farm pigs, cattle, chickens, turkeys and ducks. We are a non profit organization, not a government funded organization, and are staffed by volunteers.