Animal Welfare

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Cape Coral Animal Shelter

The Cape Coral Animal Shelter mission is to engage a special bond between people and animals by means of adoption services, medical care, education and training for the prevention of cruelty and abandonment. A safe place, where animals will remain in our care until they are placed in a qualified, forever home.

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From the Heart Animal Sanctuary

The mission of From the Heart Animal Sanctuary is to rescue special needs animals who find themselves in peril, to rehab them if necessary and then give them a forever home at the Sanctuary.

While here, they serve as content for children’s art classes. Kids, ages 5-12, are taught the physical and behavioral characteristics of each animal through drawing and painting with the classes being held at the Paso Robles Youth Art Center.

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WildAid inspires change and empowers the world to protect wildlife and vital habitats from critical threats including illegal wildlife trafficking, climate change, and illegal fishing. WildAid delivers impact at scale in two distinct ways: 1) creating innovative communications campaigns that inspire millions of people in China, South East Asia, Africa, and the U.S. to protect endangered wildlife and reduce climate impacts, and 2) strengthening effective ocean enforcement of priority marine areas including marine protected areas, coastal fisheries, coral reefs, and blue carbon habitats with government, NGO, and community partners in 16 countries around the globe.

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Hope Haven Farm Sanctuary

From the Owner: The idea of Hope Haven was born in 2008 while I was driving to Pittsburgh from my hometown in Vermont. I was thinking about my career as a veterinary surgeon and how I loved performing spay/neuter to help stop the pet overpopulation problem.

But recently I was feeling upset by the number of unwanted ducks, pigs, and roosters being surrendered at the shelter where I worked. Most of these farm animals could not be properly housed in the stainless steel cat cages or long dog runs so I had been taking many of them home to care for myself.

Rehabilitating a tiny pot-bellied piglet named Isaac opened my eyes to the exuberant love-of-life farm animals feel. Isaac would romp and jump like a puppy, seek me out for companionship, and give me looks that were so expressive I always knew what he was “saying”. I shuddered at the thought of what would have happened to Isaac if he had gone to auction or to a worse fate.

So during that long drive through New England I asked myself this life-altering question, “What would I do with my life if I KNEW I couldn’t fail?”
That question opened my eyes to my life’s purpose! I would start a farm animal sanctuary and raise public awareness to the plight of thousands of voiceless animals.

Karen, Founder of Hope Haven
After more than 4 long years of searching, I purchased an overgrown and neglected 6 acre property in June of 2011. It was a diamond-in-the-rough; its potential made my heart sing! The land was close enough to the Pittsburgh to welcome city visitors, but also had the perfect mix of pasture land and woods to keep many needy animals happy and safe. A beautiful bank barn was built to home to larger animals and a big abandoned shed was renovated into a cozy condo for pigs. Over the years other improvements have been added. A large outbuilding has been altered into a sturdy and expansive poultry house. A pond was created explicitly for the pleasure of ducks, geese, and even swans! There is a beautiful walking trail on the property, as well as environmental updates such as rain water barrels, a veggie garden, a small fruit orchid, and compost units.

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AniMeals No-Kill Adoption Center and Animal Food Bank

To save the hungry, the helpless, the lost, and the little ones just struggling to survive;
to house and feed as many animals as possible;
to ease the suffering of the weak and unloved.

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City of Elderly Love

We at City of Elderly Love believe that every animal is an individual regardless of species, breed type, size, gender and age. City of Elderly Love aims to help as many senior pets as possible spend the best years of their lives in loving homes rather than their story end in a crowded shelter.

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Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs

The Guardian Angels philosophy is built around being positive. We use positive reinforcement training techniques exclusively while training our dogs. We positively commit ourselves to our recipients and train each dog to the exacting needs of each recipient. If we match a dog with a recipient, and for whatever reason the match isn’t right – we will fix it. Our only goal is to ensure that our recipients are thriving with their service dogs.

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Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary

Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary is a Forever Foster Home based Sanctuary in beautiful Mount Juliet, Tennessee, generally housing approximately 120 senior dogs at the Sanctuary and others in temporary and Forever Foster Homes. While providing lifetime homes for senior dogs, OFSDS strives to raise awareness of the joys and challenges of living with older dogs. We are a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. We do not concern ourselves with the quantity of time that they have left, rather the quality of the life that we can provide them for that time.

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