We are dedicated to rescuing small dogs from life-threatening situations. All of our dogs were either in danger of being euthanized in animal shelters, neglected or abused, or taken from the public (when space permits), so they are not bounced around to different homes or collected and sold to research labs by “bunchers.”
We envision a community that universally values animals and takes action to respect, protect and care for their needs.
Humanely addresses the problem of cat overpopulation through rescue, medical sterilization, and continued care of felines.
Volunteer group that works to reduce the suffering of feral cats and kittens using a trap/spay-neuter/recover/release program. Continued care is provided to all FCF cats; socialized kittens are placed in loving homes. Helps cats and kittens in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
Supports the Antioch Shelter. Promotes public awareness of the need to spay and neuter animals, sponsors spay and neuter programs, provides education on the humane care of animals.
Rescues and places cats and dogs from the Antioch animal shelter before they are euthanized.
We are an all volunteer animal welfare organization with activities in Far East Contra Costa County. Our programs include the following: community education regarding responsible pet ownership, dog and cat rescue and re-homing free-roaming cat spay and neuter and care, fundraising, volunteer development and youth programs.
Plays an active role in the “no-kill” movement by rescuing dogs and cats from city shelters, providing temporary foster care, and bringing animals to the public for placement in high-quality, loving homes. Specializes in hard cases: pitt bulls, older mutts, declawed and older cats.
Rescues rabbits and educates the public on rabbit care and behavior. CDS serves their northern California chapters: Richmond, San Francisco, Mill Valley and Forestville.
Founded in 1955, the museum operates the oldest and one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation hospitals in the United States, treating more than 6,000 injured and orphaned wild animals each year. The museum exhibits live, non-releasable California native wildlife.