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.
An all-volunteer non-profit group dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and finding new homes for unwanted, abused and abandoned Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes, Samoyeds, American Eskimo and Northern-breed mixes in many Northern California counties.
The mission of the San Francisco SPCA is to save and protect animals, provide care and treatment, advocate for their welfare and enhance the human-animal bond. A full service pet-care facility located in San Francisco offering 24-hour emergency medical services, adoption, rehabilitation, grooming and foster care and education.
Rescues and places Siberian Huskies all over California.
A non-profit organization that cares for and finds homes for adoptable animals.
A Safe Haven for Animals Serving our community since 1931, the Humane Society of Sonoma County is a donor supported safe haven for animals. We’re dedicated to bringing people and companion animals together for a lifetime of love. The animals in our care receive medical treatment (including spay/neuter surgery), training services, and adoption assistance. We […]
Rescues and places cats and dogs in Contra Costa County. Has national programs that promote People helping animals; animals helping people. Tony La Russa is a famous baseball personality (former manager of the 2011 World Champion St. Louis Cardinals).
NorCal Poodle Rescue, Inc. is a group of unpaid volunteers who rescue poodles and poodle mixes and help people adopt them. We primarily serve the greater San Francisco Bay Area but we also serve Northern California and Southern Oregon. We re-home all three varieties of poodles: toy, miniature, and standard. We respond to county shelters, […]
Outcast Cat Help is a TRUE no-kill organization. We believe in letting cats live their lives and only in cases of terminal and painful illness are cats compassionately euthanized because there is no reasonable alternative.
Mission: To support Micke Grove Zoo through financial support, educational opportunities and community involvement.