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Urban Cat Coalition
Milwaukee, WI

We are dedicated to helping create a no kill community by humanely reducing the homeless cat population in the Milwaukee area through targeted trap-neuter-return (TNR).

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Urban Underdogs Corp.
Las Vegas, NV

We currently provide support services such as pet food and animal welfare education.  We also hope to provide emergency veterinarian assistance through our “EVET” program in the near future. We are committed to ensuring we help maintain and strengthen the bond between pets and their families during times of unexpected financial crisis.

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Utah Animal Adoption Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Utah Animal Adoption Center is a non-profit rescue organization serving all of Utah. We house last chance dogs and cats until they find their forever homes and never euthanize healthy, adoptable pets. We save over a thousand dogs and cats each year and prevent thousands more from entering the shelter system through our spay and neuter program.

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Utah Animal Advocacy Foundation
Salt Lake City, UT

We specialize in the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of homeless animals. UAAF believes that every animal deserves a home regardless of age or disability. We specialize in the rescue and rehabilitation of 'special needs' animals including orphaned newborns, senior animals, animals with behavioral issues, injured animals, and animals with ongoing health problems.

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Utah FACES
Salt Lake City, UT
Utah FACES is an all-volunteer, not- for-profit corporation organized to assist Salt Lake County Animal Services in its mission to better serve and protect the animals that come into its care. We strive to protect the safety and health of animals, promote the adoption of orphaned animals, improve the rescue of animals in situations of disaster or distress. Go to website
Utah Friends of Basset Hounds
Salt Lake City, UT

We are a basset hound rescue group who provides veterinary care, food, shelter and support to basset hounds needing assistance in Utah. We place basset hounds in our care into foster homes and permanent homes with consideration to personality, behavior, and special needs. We provide continuing support to adoptive families throughout the lifetime of the dogs.

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Utah Lost and Found Pets
Taylorsville, UT

We work to assist owners, finders and shelters reunite lost animals with their families.  We also provide veterinary care for injured, lost pets.  Additionally, we rescue homeless pets and find them forever homes.

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Utah Valley Animal Rescue
Spanish Fork, UT
Utah Valley Animal Rescue provides funding assistance to the South Utah Valley Animal Shelter for the proper care and treatment of animals at their facility. We also provide animal care and treatment services to facilitate animals being put up for adoption as well as rescue and restore sick or under-nourished animals to health and assist the South Utah Valley Animal Shelter in adopting out the animals into suitable homes. Go to website
Utah's Perfect Pointers
Salt Lake City, UT
Utah's Perfect Pointers is dedicated to rehoming German Shorthair Pointers, German Wirehair Pointers, Wirehair Pointing Griffons, Weimaraners and their close friends from other hunting breeds, including mixes. All the dogs are temperament tested and fully vetted including spay/neuter, routine vaccines and are microchipped. Go to website
Valencia County Animal Shelter
Los Lunas, NM

Save lives tomorrow, spay or neuter today!!

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BF Network Partner 172H
Casa Grande, AZ

To provide a safe haven for unwanted or abandoned pets in Pinal County, to return lost pets to their rightful owners, to place animals in loving adoptive homes and prevent the overpopulation of dogs and cats through spay and neuter programs.

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Valley River Humane Society Inc.
Murphy, NC
Valley River Humane Society is a non-profit organization with the primary goal of reducing the number of homeless animals in our community by the promotion of spay and neutering, and by the adoption of homeless animals into safe and loving homes. To that end, the Valley River Humane Society (VRHS) has established and maintains a shelter, providing a safe and healthy environment for the humane care of homeless animals. Go to website

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