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🐶 Loving our Animals

Animals show unconditional love everyday, but sometimes, they need a little bit of extra love from us as well. Some of these nonprofits provide pets with the medical care and emotional support they need until they find a loving owner while some others train dogs to be ideal companions for first responders and veterans.

Animals are always there for us when we need them, so let’s get our paws dirty and help them too.

Lucky Dog Animal Rescue

Arlington, VA

Lucky Dog Animal Rescue is a volunteer-powered nonprofit dedicated to rescuing homeless, neglected, and abandoned animals from certain euthanasia and finding them loving forever homes. We educate the community and all pet parents on responsible pet parenting, including the importance of spay/neuter, obedience training, and good nutrition.

Morris Animal Refuge

Philadelphia, PA

Founded in 1858, the Morris Animal Refuge is America's First Animal Shelter. We are committed to adoption, education, and high-quality care. Furry friends pictured above : Chucky- a bouncy bulldog mix pupper who spent 6 months at the refuge before finding his perfect home. Our donors allow for us to care for animals for however long it takes to find their perfect match KatKat - Currently still looking for her forever home, this beautiful green eyed kitty has been at the refuge since November. She's tested positive for FIV, but with a bit of TLC she can have many, many years if purrs and cuddling ahead of her. Donors help us care for animals regardless of condition. Baby - Adopted in September, this 1 year old Flemish giant rabbit was surrendered by her previous owner and was looking for a new home. She needed a special new person who would give her lots of space to hop and lots of love. Donors help is care for animals regardless of species!

Rude Ranch Animal Rescue Inc

Harwood, MD

Rude Ranch Animal Rescue Inc falls under the Animal Protection & Welfare category: Organizations such as animal shelters that provide for the humane care, protection and control of animals and which investigate instances of cruelty to animals.

Austin Pets Alive!

Austin, TX

Austin Pets Alive! began when vulnerable, homeless pets truly needed us the most. When we were first imagined, Austin had a kill-rate of 87% – today, we have a save-rate of 97%. Since our founding in 1997, APA! has saved over 80,000 lives. APA!'s mission is to promote and provide the resources, education, and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals. Our vision is that every shelter animal, in Central Texas and beyond, gets a true chance at the life they deserve. Austin Pets Alive! is not your average animal shelter. We pioneer comprehensive, innovative programs designed to save the animals most at risk for euthanasia. Our programs include: Barn Cat Program, Dog Behavior Program, Feline Leukemia Adoption Center, Maddie's® Cat Adoption Center for Ringworm, Neonatal Kitten Nursery, Parvo Puppy ICU, and Medical Triage and Wellness Clinic.

Canine Therapy Corps

Chicago, IL

Canine Therapy Corps is a Chicago non-profit that provides interactive, animal-assisted therapy programs to a variety of populations.

Animal Rescue League of Boston

Boston, MA

ARL is an unwavering champion for animals in need, committed to keeping them safe and healthy in habitats and homes.

Best Friends Animal Society

Kanab, UT

The mission of Best Friends is to end the killing in America's animal shelters and create a time when there are No More Homeless Pets. We do this by building community programs and partnerships all across the nation.

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