Alley Cat Allies
The Only national advocacy organization dedicated to the protection and
humane treatment of cats. Alley Cat Allies educates the public on
how to use Trap Neuter Return as a humane and efective way of reducing
feral cat communities.
Animal Legal Defense Fund
Fights to protect the lives and end the suffering of animals through
the legal system.
|Blind Cat Rescue
A North Carolina sanctuary started 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 are blind.
Farm Sanctuary provides
rescue and care for abused and neglected farm animals, monitors
legislative action, and conducts cruelty investigations and assists
authorities in animal cruelty cases.
dynamic 6 year old non-profit made up of veterinarians, lawyers,
business people, architects, physicians, educators and trained shelter
staff committed to offering Houston a real alternative to shelters that
kill homeless animals. This
visionary non-profit has saved hundreds of animals through their
innovative adoption, rescue, rehabilitation, pet retention and animal
food bank programs.
Guardians of Rescue
is an animal rights and welfare organization whose members work to
protect the wellbeing of animals and their owners, and to aid those
Placement League is a
non-profit animal welfare organization, founded in 1989 by a group of
individuals who were concerned about the plight of homeless dogs and
cats in the Houston area; specifically, animals that would not usually
be put up for adoption by the local animal shelters.
a non-profit animal shelter dedicated to eliminating cruelty, abuse, and
the overpopulation of animals. HHS is committed to creating the
awareness of animal rights throughout the Houston community by providing
numerous animal welfare programs for Houston area residents and their
pets, including pet adoptions, humane education, R.A.I.D.E.R. cruelty
investigations, and Houston’s only $30 spay and neuter clinic.
Second Chance Pets is
an animal welfare organization
dedicated (a) to providing unwanted pets a second chance through foster care
and pet adoption programs, (b) to educating the public about proper care for
their own animals and about animal welfare issues, and (c) to working with
the public, other rescue groups, and public officials to help resolve the
problem of animal overpopulation.
Smiling Dog Farms
mission is to "give hope to the forgotten,
neglected, and rejected". Situated on 37 acres of land in
Wharton, TX, Smiling Dog Farms is a sanctuary, not a traditional
rescue. The animals here come from shelters, rescues, and
private individuals. This sanctuary is a "last resort for dogs
that are out of options and facing certain death".
SNAP of Montgomery County mission
is to rescue and rehabilitate homeless animals, providing a safe
haven for the animals until a suitable adoptive home is found or
until they are reunited with their owner, and to provide low cost
spay/neuter services to stop the growth of the homeless animal
The Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
is an open-door shelter that provides
services to more than 100,000 animals a year including dogs, cats, and
small mammals like guinea pigs, hamsters, and rabbits as well as horses,
cows, goats, pigs and other farm animals and native wildlife.
Blessings animal rescue and sanctuary
rescued many hundreds of wild animals, domestic dogs and cats, and many
horses. They work to place all rescued animals into permanent, loving homes
but many animals live their life out on the ranch including dogs, cats,
horses, and farm animals.