Midwest Pug Rescue
Founded in 1999, the mission of Midwest Pug Rescue is to rescue and rehome any pug, regardless of age or health. They rely on the kindness of a community of pug-lovers who not only donate their time, money, and resources, but open their hearts. All of the rescued dogs (not just pugs) are placed in loving foster homes until they are matched with their forever families. Midwest Pug Rescue covers the states of Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, and Minnesota.
NINNA's Road to Rescue
Our mission is to rescue and re-home small-breed dogs and a handful of cats.ÿ Most of our animals come from kill-shelters in and around Northwest Louisiana.ÿ Many come from abuse and neglect situations.ÿ We provide vetting, socialization, and via our 30 plus EXPERIENCED volunteers, we provide healing of mind, body and soul.ÿ Our goal is to find each animal the "right" home, not just "a" home.ÿ We rescue and rehome approximately 250-300 animals each year!
One Step Closer Animal Rescue
One Step Closer Animal Rescue, Inc. in Sparta, New Jersey, is a non-profit rescue organization that saves dogs and cats from desperate situations. We rescue pets from overcrowded shelters where animals are euthanized due to lack of space. O.S.C.A.R. cares for these pets and gives them the loving care they deserve. We ensure that all pets in our care receive the proper veterinary attention and vaccinations, and that the animals are spayed/neutered. All of O.S.C.A.R.'s dogs and cats are great animals that deserve loving homes. In addition, OSCAR helps the local community with strays, re-homing animals, intake of NJSPCA abuse cases, and TNR (trap neuter release on feral cats). We strongly believe in working with the community to benefit animals now and in the future through our outreach programs.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets
First Coast No More Homeless Pets is changing the way things are done for the homeless pets in Florida, and for those who have homes that need financial assistance. A different kind of group for us to Wrap in Love, they provide so many services for the local community. They have veterinary services at no cost, low cost, or discounted rates. They take in the animals who have no homes temporarily due to no fault of their own. They have a food pantry, work in conjunction with other rescues for the largest adoption events in the nation, and so much more.