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Pasado's Safe Haven is one of the premiere animal rescue organizations in the United States, dedicated to 24-hour rescue and rehabilitation of dogs, cats and farm animals. Located on 85 pastoral and wooded acres one hour northeast of Seattle, Washington, the sanctuary is home to hundreds of dogs, cats, cows, chickens, ducks, goats, turkeys, pigs, and donkeys. Most arrived from abuse or neglect and now live out their lives in peace.
Our Mission is to fill the voids left unanswered by are shelters by serving those animals who fall through the cracks.
There are many ways to get involved in Pasado's Safe Haven's efforts. You may join Pasado's many volunteers and give of your time or join us for a work party or specific event. You may sponsor one of our rescued animals who lives at the sanctuary (ask us for details!). Our rescued animals need homes - whether for a day or for a lifetime. Let us know if you can open your heart and home to a cat, dog, or rescued farm animal or act as a foster parent by taking in one of our rescues until such time they can be placed a loving home. Pasado's Safe Haven receives no government funding. The animals are helped solely through gifts and donations. Every little bit helps. Please donate!
Pasado's Safe Haven - PO Box 171 - Sultan, WA 98294
Telephone 360-793-9393 - FAX 425-820-1717
Kindness Ranch is the only sanctuary in the US that takes in all kinds of research animals. While new, it is the result of a decade of work, saving, and planning.
Laboratory animals have long held a special place in the heart of Dr. David Groobman, Founder of Kindness Ranch. Successful in business, Dr. Groobman first saved enough to provide for his family into the future. Once this was accomplished, he dedicated all the profits of his business for ten years to the ranch. He searched four years to locate the perfect 1,000 acre parcel near historic Hartville in Wyoming.
Groobman's passion attracted caring board members to the cause. Together, they began planning for a sanctuary with the expectation that the residents will always receive the best in animal care and that dogs and cats would be rehabilitated in a home-like environment. Ground was broke in 2006. After building four guests yurts, a dog yurt, a cat yurt, and a managers' yurt, construction was finished in the summer of 2007.
The benefits to the animals are obvious: they are well-cared for in every aspect of their lives.
Come and be a part of the heartwarming work with animals here at Kindness Ranch! From petting cats to brushing the horses, we have all kinds of opportunities for volunteers to match their interests and physical abilities. Our animals love the special attention you bring, and it is an important part of the rehabilitative process!
The Animal Rescue Site focuses the power of the Internet on a specific need providing food for some of the 27 million unwanted animals given to shelters in the U.S. every year. Over 10 million animals are put to death every year in the U.S. alone because they are abandoned and unwanted.
Each click on the purple "Click Here to Give - it's FREE" button at The Animal Rescue Site provides food and care for a rescued animal living in a shelter or sanctuary. Funding for food and care is paid by site sponsors and distributed to animals in need at the Fund for Animals' renowned animal sanctuaries (including Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch in Texas and the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in California), pet shelters supported by the Petfinder Foundation, North Shore Animal League, and other worthy animal care facilities supported by the GreaterGood.org foundation.
Go to Daily Click Reminders (to the left of your screen) and sign up for The Animal Rescue Site's free reminder service. To say thank you, we'll give you a FREE Signature Purple Pin! Better still, we'll give an extra three bowls of food to rescued animals if you are a brand new registrant!
Shop the Animal Rescue Site store and give even more!
Thank you for you participation!
Follow this link, click on the purple button at The Animal Rescue Site and give food to an animal living in a shelter or sanctuary - at no cost to you.
Sara's Sanctuary advocates for the safety, well-being, and quality of life for all animals. We provide a safe and secure lifetime haven for animals in need of special care, for the disabled and abused exotic wildlife. They are given an abundance of love, which they so deserve, where they can live out the rest of their lives in security and dignity in their forever home.
At Sara's Sanctuary it is our primary goal is to provide a safe haven to any animal, bird, reptile or any other creature that is in immediate need of shelter, care and medical help because of abuse or abandonment. That belief does not change because of what species it happens to be. Any animal that needs immediate care, and has found its way to our door will not be turned away. They may only need our help for a short period of time to get them comforted, nourished and given a warm bed. If they need to be transitioned to another facility with the appropriate professionals, we establish where the best place is for the next step in their lives. Since we began in 1998, we have served as a place of transition for well over 1000 animals, many whom have come from sad and desperate situations.
Obviously, being free for any animal is the best option, if only for all exotics and wildlife, but usually, because of human involvement, that option is impossible for too many. Most people don't know that many of the species of creatures we have cared for here at the Sanctuary these past 14 years are illegal to own in the state of Washington. They are bred and sold every day into private ownership - from servals to bears, primates to foxes, deer, raccoons, squirrels, skunks and even the often misunderstood little opossum - basically any animal, bird or reptile you can think of. It is very disheartening to see the sad and filthy situations many of these animals are left in after being forced into human hands, totally dependent for even something as basic as clean water. Trade in birds, of all types, is the most prolific. The main need a bird has, is to fly and be free, and yet so many of them will ultimately end up sitting in a small cramped cage in someone's home or garage with no attention or care.
We believe all creatures deserve the same care and quality of life, no matter what size or shape it is. Providing that has always been our first priority.
Can you help?
Sara's Sanctuary operates 100% with an all-volunteer staff and NO administrative salaries or paid directors. When you donate, you can be sure that 100% of the money you give will go directly towards one of the following:
- Veterinary expenses, medical care, health maintenance;
- Food - e.g. fresh food, meat for the carnivores, exotic bird seed and pellets, farm feed;
- Animal enclosures - maintenance & repairs;
- Utility costs, etc.
Memorials that comfort, heal, celebrate…While grief is as individual as the number of people on the earth, one common reaction to the loss of a loved one, be it human or pet, is the wish to have some personal memento with which to remember the one you miss. Linda Markellis and Krista Johnson, a mother-daughter team in Whitefish, Montana, have been providing just such mementoes across the country through their hand-crafted glass Memorials and “Living Keepsakes.” Each custom Glass Pendent, Sun Catcher, Pyramid, Treasure Box, piece of jewelry, or specially made light can contain a snippet of hair or the ash “cremains” of a loved one – or may contain nothing at all, but simply serve as a personal reminder and celebration of a life which was loved. Each unique item is produced only after close consultation with the client, so that the finished piece is truly representative of the person or pet memorialized. Please feel free to contact us at:
Phone: 406-755-5403 or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County is dedicated to protecting and improving the lives of feral cats through local spay/neuter programs, placement services, community outreach and nationwide education. Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County practices the TTVAR-M method of feral cat control. Trap, Test, Vaccinate, Alter, Return and Maintain.
Through this method, cats are humanely trapped, tested for Feline Leukemia, given a rabies and FVRCP vaccination, ear tipped, and altered, then returned to their colony where they are fed and watered daily. Tame, adoptable adult cats are removed from the colony and placed into our Adoption Program. Kittens under the age of three months are also removed, placed in foster care for taming and then brought into our Adoption Program for placement into a lifelong home.
It is our experience (as well as many other feral cat management organizations throughout the country) that the TTVAR-M method of feral cat control is the only long-term, humane solution for controlling the overpopulation of feral cats. With proper colony management, feral cats do not suffer and can live long past the expected mortality rate for cats who are just left to fend for themselves in the wild. We are still caring for cats in colonies that were first altered when our program began in 1990. Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County is committed to a world where all animals are treated with compassion and respect. We are dedicated to elevating the quality of life of feral cats and ending the pain and suffering of all cats living among us.
Alaska Air Cargo's PetStreak® Animal Express program provides Fur-st Class® Care when transporting your live animals such as dogs, cats, birds and other animals (subject to approval). We are committed to the proper care of your animals while in transit because we understand he's not just a pet, he's your little buddy. The dedicated staff at Alaska Air Cargo truly cares about your animal's well-being and provides a safe and relaxing journey from start to finish. Our Fur-st Class® pet travel program offers options for transporting your pet safely while providing helpful tips and information to prepare your pet for take-off. We are proud to partner with Banfield® Pet Hospital to provide pets and their owners with a special discount offer.
PetStreak® Animal Express shipments are loaded into a pressurized, temperature controlled compartment of the aircraft. Adequate air circulation is provided. Rest assured, your little buddy will be in expert and caring hands during his trip on Alaska Airlines.
Are you planning to travel on the same itinerary with your pet? Animals traveling with a passenger are subject to different regulations.
PetStreak® animal reservations are accepted in advance at a minimum 24 hours, maximum 20 days for online travel and 7 days for interline domestic or international travel. Bookings are accepted daily from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. PST at 1-800-225-2752.
We've prepared the following guidelines to ensure your pet is prepared for safe travel on Alaska Airlines. Please take a moment to carefully review the following information. You may also access these guidelines in the PetStreak Animal Express® brochure.
Seattle Animal Shelter is located in the Interbay neighborhood of Seattle between Magnolia and Ballard on 15th West - one mile south of the Ballard Bridge. 2061 15th Ave West, Seattle, WA 98119.
Seattle Animal Shelter volunteers work 365 days a year and are hard working and extremely dedicated. Shelter volunteers are required to attend on-going training. This is one of the few successful animal shelter volunteer programs in the nation.
Seattle Animal Shelter also has an excellent fostering program. Fostering a homeless pet is an intense, short-term commitment. If your lifestyle does not permit you to have a pet full time, here is a rewarding opportunity for you. It can also be a wonderful family project.
Seattle Animal Shelter is proactive in the community and have been recognized for their accomplishments at the City and State level.
Stop in for a visit and meet the sweet, deserving animals they have for adoption. You may just meet your four-legged soul mate.
S.A.F.E. Pet Rescue is Saving Animals From Euthanasia!
S.A.F.E. Pet Rescue, Inc. was founded in September 2008 with the goal of saving adoptable dogs and cats from euthanasia in Northeast Florida.
Each week hundreds of healthy and very adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and pups are euthanized simply because their time in a shelter has run out. We focus our efforts on rescuing adoptable pets from facilities that are unable to house them indefinitely.
SAFE works with various animal control agencies in an effort to help them place more animals in homes. We visit the shelters and take these wonderful adoptable animals home to begin new lives. These pets reside in SAFE foster homes until they are permanently adopted. In our first year of operation, S.A.F.E. saved over 500 animals, and to date, we have saved over 2,500 lives!
All of our pets are spayed/neutered and vaccinated prior to being adopted. Cats are FELV/FIV negative and dogs are heartworm tested. We require a $60 adoption fee for cats and a $75 adoption fee for dogs to help cover our expenses.
Please consider adopting your next pet through SAFE. Or, you can help by fostering, volunteering, or donating to help support us. If you think you can't make a difference, just look at the difference we are making in the lives of these wonderful, living, breathing pets. We have given these animals a new lease on life. Please help!
Maddie's Fund, the Pet Rescue Foundation, is a family foundation established in 1999 to help fund the creation of a no-kill nation. Since its inception, Maddie's Fund has awarded animal welfare organizations and universities $71.6 million to save dog and cat lives.
PeopleSoft and Workday Founder, Dave Duffield, and his wife, Cheryl, created Maddie's Fund in 1999. The foundation makes good on a promise the Duffields made to their beloved Miniature Schnauzer, Maddie, to give back in dollars that which Maddie gave to them in companionship and love. Maddie passed away in 1997, but thanks to this one little dog, abandoned shelter animals have new opportunities to find loving homes in which they, too, may share in the joy and love that Dave and Cheryl enjoyed with Maddie.
- Community collaborations where animal welfare organizations come together to develop successful models of lifesaving
- Veterinary colleges to help shelter medicine become part of the veterinary curriculum
- Private practice veterinarians to encourage greater participation in the animal welfare cause
- The implementation of national strategies to collect and report shelter statistics
In Fiscal Year 2007-08, Maddie's Fund awarded $14.5 million through 298 grants in 41 states and the District of Columbia.
The Maddie's Fund mission is to revolutionize the status and well-being of companion animals.
IF YOU FIND IT HARD TO THINK ABOUT LIFE WITHOUT YOUR PET, IMAGINE YOUR PET'S LIFE WITHOUT YOU.
Thousands of animals are euthanized in U.S. animal shelters each year simply because their human caregivers passed away and had made no arrangements for the continuous care of their beloved pets. What will happen to your pets if they outlive you?
Our organization works to reduce the number of pets euthanized throughout the US due to the death or disability of their human companions. According to the ASPCA, 2 - 3% of all pets entering shelters are surrendered due to the death or disability of the pet owner. 2nd Chance 4 Pets is an all volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal welfare organization. Our volunteers work nationwide to provide pet owners, veterinarians, and members of animal care organizations with comprehensive information and lifetime care solutions to ensure care for our companion animals. Based on the response we have received, we are convinced the our programs have a significant impact on preventing pets from being euthanized unnecessarily, providing owners with piece of mind, and reducing the financial and manpower strain on already overburdened animal shelters and rescue organizations.
Please let us assist you in making arrangements for your pets in the case of your death. You owe it to the furry four-legged friends who have provided you unconditional love throughout your lifetime.
Providing a safe no-kill shelter and adoption facility for cats in the Lincoln, Nebraska area. Former home of Klaus of Oskar and Klaus. The Cat House was born in 1998 after a trip to a veterinary convention which included a long drive and a long discussions of what we would like to do with our lives. During the next four years, our steps have increased in size and sense of purpose. In July of 1999, The Cat House was invited to use the Luv-a-Pet adoption center at our local PetsMart. In April of 2000 we obtained a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit status that allows most contributions to be tax deductible to the donor. The number of dedicated volunteers continues to increase and as of December 2004, over 700 cats and kittens have been placed in homes.
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NOW YOUR PET CAN FLY FIRST CLASS ALL THE WAY!!!
Pet Airways, a pet-only airline is dedicated to pet-friendly travel. Visit us at www.petairways.com.
With Pet Airways, your pet will be safe and comfortable flying in the main cabin --- not in cargo!
Give your pet a first-class travel experience today!
We promise to transport your pet with lots of love, care, safety, and comfort in the main cabin.
Pet Airways is the first airline exclusively dedicated to pets - no humans please - and we take the job of providing a comfortable experience for pets very seriously.
We'll do everything in our power to make sure your pets get the best care during their journey because we're committed to taking care of our pet "pawsengers" as if they were our own.
Our Mission is to save the lives of homeless cats by providing access to high volume spay/neuter surgery in a safe and humane environment, collaborating with others and mentoring like-minded organization to increase spay/neuter in their regions.
The Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project has altered over 50,000 cats since out inception in 1997. We are the first free standing clinic that is dedicated to providing free spay/neuter surgery for free-roaming cats in a safe, high quality, humane environment. Cats from over 14 counties throughout Washington State have been brought to our clinic to be altered.
The average cost to alter one cat is $38. This includes the costs for the surgeon, veterinary technician, anesthesia, sutures, pain relief, surgical pack, rabies vaccine, and other direct and indirect costs. During a typical clinic, up to 50 cats are altered, including 25 spay surgeries.
Funding for the Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project comes primarily from private donations. Individuals and organizations can help reduce the number of homeless cats by sponsoring Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project clinic. Clinic sponsorships are $1,000 and provide surgery for up to 50 cats.
Please help us save lives through prevention. Invest in spay/neuter.
The Cat House on the Kings is California's largest no-cage, no-kill, lifetime cat sanctuary and adoption center. Our mission is to place rescued cats and kittens into loving, permanent homes; to provide a safe, happy and healthy home for unwanted cats and kittens in a unique, no-cage facility; to prevent pet overpopulation through spaying and neutering; and to educate the public about responsible pet ownership. The center is located on 12 acres along the Kings River in Parlier, California, which is in the central San Joaquin Valley, southeast of Fresno.
Since its founding 17 years ago, The Cat House on the Kings has saved over 18,000 cats and 5,000 dogs (not counting the 40,000 animals we have spayed and neutered!) and currently cares for more than 700 cats and kittens!
The Cat House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, receives no government or public funding, and relies entirely on donations from the public to carry out its mission. We need your help! Check out how YOU can make a difference in the life of a cat at The Cat House on the Kings.
Located at 13212 SE Eastgate Way, Bellevue Way WA 98005, the Seattle Humane Society is a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization. Founded in 1897, we are proud to serve the people and animals of King County with a variety of programs including adoptions, veterinary services, dog training classes, a pet food bank, and humane education for children of all ages. Through our outreach, advocacy, and services, we strive to ensure that animal companionship is accessible to all. The Humane Society of Seattle/King County (also known as the Seattle Humane Society) is private and receives no local, state or federal support.
Seattle Humane Society has no affiliation at all with King County Animal Care & Control shelters (Kent and Crossroads) nor with Seattle Animal Shelter. They are municipal shelters supported by your tax dollars. We are not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) or with the American SPCA (ASPCA). Humane societies and SPCAs are all independent. We can be reached at 425-641-0080.
Our Mission Statement: The Seattle Humane Society brings people and pets together for lifelong relationships.
MEOW's goal is to help create a "no-kill nation," where people are responsible for their pets, where there are no helpless creatures abandoned in boxes or left to fend for themselves in parking lots, where there is no longer a need for any healthy companion animal to be euthanized. There are many worthy organizations and individuals working toward this end. The rescue network is communicative and non-competitive. Certainly, progress is being made. But there is so very far to go.
MEOW, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit since 1997, places approximately 1,500 animals into permanent homes each year. Adoption fees from $65 to $95 help defray the cost of care for the animals. Donations from interested individuals, organizations and business provide additional financial support. Our application process ensures that every adopted animal is placed in an environment where there is appropriate space, human contact, and a commitment to safeguard and care for the animal for its entire lifetime. Our standards are high. The welfare of the animals is paramount in the placement process.
Each year, MEOW is faced with the impossible and each and every day we recommit ourselves to something we truly believe in, the motto we adopted at our inception, "all nine lives are precious."
Our school was incorporated in May of 1942 and began instruction of students in a rented home in Los Gatos, California, south of San Jose. A German Shepherd named Blondie was one of the first dogs trained. Blondie had been rescued from a Pasadena dog pound. She was later paired with Sgt. Leonard Foulk, the first serviceman to graduate from the new school.
In 1947, the school moved to our present 11-acre location in San Rafael, California, 20 miles north of San Francisco. In October of 1995, we held the first graduation at our new campus in Boring, Oregon, 25 miles east of Portland. We have graduated more than 10,000 teams since our beginnings in 1942.
Both campuses house students in exceptional dormitory facilities which include dining rooms, exercise rooms, libraries, computer rooms and social areas. Both are located near major metropolitan centers, providing graduated training from quiet rural areas to congested city streets and public transit. The dogs and puppies are cared for in meticulous kennels and state-of-the-art veterinary clinics. Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, and Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever crosses are the breeds used. Professional staff and veterinarians nurture, groom, train and prepare the dogs for their futures as guides.
While there are many great causes worthy of charitable donations, few can immediately change a life or continue to have an impact throughout a lifetime. When you donate to Guide Dogs for the Blind, you're helping our school keep our promise to each of the more than 2,000 blind men and women who are our alumni. The services we offer are provided free of charge, and thanks to our supporters, we are able to do this without government aid.
Guide Dogs for the Blind is a charitable organization under the provisions of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (tax ID #94-1196195). Donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by federal and state laws. Rest assured that Guide Dogs will not sell, trade or rent addresses on our mailing list without your permission. We value your trust.
Do You Know? Do You Care? Animal neglect and cruelty laws are minimally enforced in many places in Pennsylvania, especially our rural areas. There are no humane enforcement officers for this entire part of Pennsylvania! Shelters can not afford to hire agents. Local and state police are not trained nor have the facilities to take in needy animals.
Therefore, their silent pleas often go unanswered.
Clarion Paws is a 501c3 NON-PROFIT organization serving Clarion, Forest and Jefferson counties. We depend on people like you, people who care.
If you are interested in joining us to be a part of the solution, please contact us. Attend a work shop, check out the wonderful array of items in our retail store, volunteer in our trap-neuter-return program, donate pet food, carriers, toys or any number of necessary items. See our website for our list of needs. Monetary donations are always welcome and greatly appreciated. Every little bit you do helps to save a life.
Oskar & Klaus has personally partnered with three fantastic animal rescue organization and 20% of the purchase price of each product we sell will be donated quarterly to aid their missions.
Pet Health Clinics, Mobile Vet Unit, Vaccinations and Vet Services in WA, OR and ID
Good Neighbor Vet is built on providing the best possible animal healthcare while offering friendly service at an affordable price. Our team of veterinary professionals establishes a relationship of trust and confidence to meet the individual needs of our customers and their pets in a community-based, caring environment. Our growing success is the result of employee development, effective communication, and Good Neighbor Vet's core values. We are proud to provide vaccination clinics, wellness exams, parasite prevention and other veterinary services for pets in Idaho, Oregon and Washington State at many locations throughout the northwest.
Good Neighbor Vet, PLLC started in the Pacific Northwest in 2005. The company was founded on the premise of providing the best possible veterinary services, vaccinations and flea and tick prevention for dogs and cats at a reasonable price. Good Neighbor Vet is owned and operated by its founders. It is a small company with a minimal command hierarchy. The Good Neighbor Vet culture focuses equally on its customers and its people, recognizing that both are interdependent
Welcome to the website for Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit life time care animal Rescue & Sanctuary located in St Pauls, NC. We were started in 2005 to answer the need for a safe place for blind cats that were deemed unadoptable by regular shelters and were going to be killed just because they were blind. In 2011 we built a second shelter to answer the need for a safe place for FEL+ & FIV+ cats that were going to be killed just because they test positive for these viruses.
Rescue isn't glamorous. It's about comforting a scared cat whose owners abandoned him at the shelter after living together for 10 year. It's about holding a young animal's head as they take their last breath when it has been determined that their previous owners abused them so badly that they can't be saved. It is about restoring hope and dignity to creatures for whom no one else cares about.
LostMyPet.com has partnered with the American Kennel Club’s Companion Animal Recovery Service (AKC-CAR) to bring you the most advanced pet recovery system available. AKC Companion Animal Recovery (AKC-CAR), an affiliate of the American Kennel Club is the nation’s largest not-for-profit pet identification and 24/7 recovery service provider. With millions of pets enrolled, hundreds of thousands of pet have been recovered through AKC-CAR’s service. Founded in 1995, AKC-CAR makes donations annually for veterinary student scholarships and manages the AKC-CAR Canine support and Relief Fund, which provides grants for search and rescue teams and donations for natural disaster relief. One in three pets will become lost in their lifetime. According to the American Humane Association only about 15% of lost dogs and 2% of lost cats ever find their way back home. Almost 4 million pets are euthanized each year. Unfortunately this sometimes includes pets whose owners could not be reached. Proper identification reduces the chance that your pet may be euthanized in a shelter.
Pet Owners can enroll their pets directly with LostMyPet.com. Enrollment entitles you to a large variety of services and products at discounted prices. Gift Accounts are available and make the perfect gift for any pet owner.