The mission of Friends of Contra Costa Animal Shelters is to improve the lives of the shelter animals at Contra Costa Animal Services. We raise much needed funds to help the animals with specialized medical care that goes beyond the shelter’s ability. In addition, we fund the purchase of additional animal supplies and actively promote […]
Our Mission Statement: REINS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer group, focusing on equines in need of rehoming, rehabilitating, or providing a forever home in a safe and loving sanctuary.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome those Rhodesian Ridgebacks in need. We feel strongly that all dogs need a safe, loving and healthy environment. We strive to help the dogs as well as educate the general public about pet responsibility and care. We are based in Hollister, CA, however, we work with dogs […]
Our Mission: We transform lives through exceptional animal care, humane education, and advocacy. Every day, we inspire compassion and positive relationships between people and animals. Our Vision: A humane world for every animal. Our Core Values: Dedication to Animals Collaborative Spirit Courage with Compassion Pursuit of Learning Celebrating Differences
Greyhound Friends for Life is a nonprofit, volunteer greyhound rescue, adoption, and advocacy organization, dedicated to finding loving and qualified homes in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California for former racing greyhounds. The reward for adopters is the joy of sharing their homes with an affectionate, loyal, and grateful companion who will be […]
Dogwood Animal Rescue Project is a unique, non-profit organization located in Sonoma County, CA. This rescue was inspired by a group of friends and animal advocates who are making a difference for animals through foster based rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, spay/neuter and more! Dogwood Animal Rescue Project is a 501c3 non-profit. Dogwood’s Mission: To support animals and […]
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.