There are 2270 Best Friends Network partners working with Best Friends

Adirondack Save A Stray
Corinth, New York 12822

Adirondack Save A Stray is a nonprofit organization that takes in stray, abandoned, and unwanted animals. We are a NO-KILL shelter and, therefore, due to space constrictions are limited in our ability to take in each and every unwanted animal. We were founded on the basic premise that all animals should be spayed or neutered, thereby reducing the vast number of unwanted and abused animals. We have always regarded ourselves as progressive and cutting edge when it comes to shelter operations and caring for the animals. In recent years we have grown beyond our expectations and are adopting out close to 2500 animals a year.

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Spay California Now
Salinas, California 93901

Our primary purposes are to provide financial assistance for defraying the cost of spaying and neutering and to educate pet owners about the importance of these operations. We are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue be defraying the cost of spay+neuter services to pet guardians. Our feral cat mission is to protect and improve feral cats' lives through TNR.

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4 Paws Strong
Corona, California 92880

4 Paws Strong is a 501(c)(3) non-profit cat rescue, but will help out dogs when we can located in Orange County, CA. Our mission to help animals in shelters, homeless, and/or in bad situations in Southern California and beyond. We take pride in finding the perfect match for both adopted and new family member. We do not have a facility yet and rely on great foster homes to take in animals that are rescued until a forever home is found.

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Rusk County Animal Shelter
Ladysmith, Wisconsin 54848

To provide temporary shelter, health care, vaccinations and spay/neuter of any animal taken in as a stray or an unwanted pet and to protect the public by seizing nuisance animals, disposing of those that need to be and promoting responsible pet ownership in the community.

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Vance County Animal Services
Henderson, North Carolina 27537

The purpose of the Animal Services is to enforce all Vance County and NC State laws and ordinances relating to dogs, cats and other domestic animals. Also to serve Vance County citizens in helping with rabies vaccinations, spay and neutering, education and helping keep more pets in homes.

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Hardin Animal Relocation and Transition Team
Savannah, Tennessee 38372

Hardin Animal Relocation and Transition Team (HARTT) provides life-saving avenues for adoptable animals through spay/neuter and transitioning and relocating them from our area of pet overpopulation to areas where they have few adoptable pets. As a foster-based organization, HARTT animals live in volunteer’s foster homes that provide a positive, healthy and loving environment which prepares them to become life-long companions for their adoptive families.  We give each individual animal the best care possible – mental, physical and emotional – before allowing them to leave our care.  HARTT provides solutions to animal overpopulation in our region by offering spay and neuter to individuals who have surrendered litters of puppies to HARTT and, when we have grants or other funding, to those in financial need.

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Oh Be Dogful Rescue
Crested Butte, Colorado 81224

Our Mission is to provide a safe and nurturing sanctuary for homeless animals while providing superior end of life care for senior animals and connecting adoptable animals with families in need of healing benefits of animals compassion - with loyalty, compassion, accountability and stability.

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Charlotte, North Carolina 28209

To provide community outreach programs that provide accessible animal and community based services to encourage people to work together and build better communities that positively impact pets and their owners.


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Stealing Hearts Rescue
Glendale, Arizona 85310

Stealing Hearts Rescue was founded with the goal of making a difference in the lives of large breed shelter dogs.  It is our mission to save the lives of many stronger breed dogs that are often overlooked and provide them with the opportunity to become loved and cherished companions.  Stealing Hearts strives to save dogs from euthanasia, dogs that other shelters are unable to adopt including sick, pregnant, nursing moms and breeds of dogs often ignored by our communities.  We feel as we educate people about these amazing breeds not only do we save that dog’s life, the new knowledge acquired by the owner is shared and we are able to reach many more.  By saving one, we save many.

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The Rescue House
Encinitas, California 92023

The Rescue House is dedicated to finding permanent, loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, or injured cats through our rescue, foster and adoption programs. Since our inception in 1999, we have rescued over 13,000 cats. Our adoptable cats can be seen in our 6 adoption centers within San Diego County. We also strive to educate the public about the need for spaying/neutering, as well as the importance of a safe environment and proper nutrition and care for their loving cat companions.

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Animal Care Assistance Program
Louisa, Virginia 23093

The Animal Care Assistance Program (ACAP) is a 501c3 organization that offers funding to low-income and disadvantaged populations in rural Louisa and surrounding counties who cannot otherwise afford pet care including veterinary services and medications for their companion animals. ACAP'S services can also include grooming, emergency surgeries, fencing or housing for chained dogs, pet food and other services as needed. ACAP is dedicated to promoting public education and awareness by educating the communities they serve on the humane care of all pets.

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Animal Balance
Portland, Oregon 97218

Animal Balance works with the local authorities to organize community-based sterilization programs for cats and dogs on islands and areas where the local ecology is fragile, or where the local population cannot afford to sterilize the animals. By humanely reducing and controlling cat and dog populations the community is healthier and the native species are protected, helping to conserve biodiversity in fragile ecosystems around the world"

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