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Angels Helping Animals Worldwide
West Tisbury, MA

Angels Helping Animals Worldwide mission is to rescue animals in need.  We provide medical and emotional support while finding rescues a loving, caring, and permanent homes through out New England.

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Angels of Assisi
Roanoke, VA

Our mission is two fold- to increase awareness that companion and farm animals are not objects for human use but are living, sentient creatures deserving respect and kindness. Angels of Assisi is also dedicated to providing much needed services to pet owners to make caring for their pets easier and lasting relationships are formed.

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Animal Adoption Center, WY
Jackson, WY

The Animal Adoption Center (AAC) is a 501c3 animal welfare organization located in downtown Jackson, WY. Our mission is to save the lives of homeless and abandoned animals through adoptions, community outreach, education, and spay-neuter. Founded in 2004, the AAC has rescued and found loving homes for over 2,000 dogs and cats. We rescue our animals from shelters where they face impending euthanasia.

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Animal Adoption Center logo
Lindenwold, NJ

The Animal Adoption Center is a non-profit group of animal lovers that seek to protect and provide homes for homeless dogs and cats in Camden County. Since our inception in 1991, we have dedicated our time and hearts to helping animals find homes and loving families. Though our resources are often limited, we cherish and nurture every cat and dog we take under our care and see they are adopted into loving homes.

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Animal Advocates FL Inc
Sanford, FL

To save those we can, when we can, as often as we can…one paw, one hand, one voice.

 

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BF Network Partner 172H
Keller, TX

AANT's intent and purpose is to prevent animal cruelty and neglect, reduce the euthanasia rate of healthy animals in shelters and promote spay and neuter programs to reduce the number of homeless animals.

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Animal Aid Logo MAIN
Portland, OR

Our mission is to reduce animal birth rates and suffering through education, assistance to community members who cannot afford urgent veterinary care, and finding permanent homes for animals (some with special needs) in our care.

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Animal Aid of Vermilion
Abbeville, LA

Animal Aid for Vermilion Area is a non profit 501(c)3 animal rescue organization located in South Louisiana. One of our main goals is to rescue pets from the local animal control facility, i.e. the pound.

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Animal Alliance of Georgia, Inc
Duluth, GA

We are a 501c3, non-profit group working to make Georgia a better and safer place, for animals and people, through advocacy, education and outreach. Animal Alliance of Georgia focuses on specific areas of interest: community outreach, including spay/neuter and vaccination drives in underserved areas and working to unchain dogs in Gwinnett and surrounding areas; and research, education, and public advocacy to encourage safe, humane laws.

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Animal Alliance Welfare League logo
New Britain, CT

Animal Alliance Welfare League, Inc. is a non-profit, 501c3, no-kill, all volunteer organization devoted to caring for homeless and abused animals. AAWL actively promotes the rights of animals to be safe, happy and healthy. AAWL traps, neuters/spays cats and provides them with food and water. AAWL rescues homeless and abused animals and provides them with food, shelter and medical care. AAWL offers low cost spay/neuter clinics.

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animal allies
Duluth, MN

Animal Allies Humane Society is a non-profit organization based in Duluth, Minnesota that strives to ensure a lifetime of loving care for every pet by increasing adoption, decreasing overpopulation, and fostering humane values.

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Animal Allies, Inc.
Spartanburg, SC

The mission of Animal Allies, Inc. is to reduce the number of unwanted, unclaimed, and stray dogs and cats in our community and surrounding area, by providing a low-cost, high quality spay/neuter program.

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