Animal Welfare

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Animal Free Research UK

At Animal Free Research UK, we believe that experiments on animals are scientifically and ethically unjustifiable, and that pioneering animal free research provides the best chance of finding treatments for human diseases.

Whilst UK law enshrines the principles of the 3Rs – the replacement, reduction and refinement of the use of animals in research, Animal Free Research UK does not endorse the 3Rs. Instead, our focus is, and always has been solely on replacement – enabling scientists to stop using animals in medical research.

We only support and fund research that uses non-animal methods. We do not fund refinement or reduction research, or any research that uses animals or animal-derived biomaterials.

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Deming Animal Guardians.

The mission is to reduce suffering and overpopulation of companion animals in Luna County NM, primarily by providing discount coupons for the spaying and neutering of dogs and cats in low income families, and through the operation of no-kill animal rescues.

Since Luna County has a high population of indigent pet owners, we target low-income pet owners only. Our goal is to improve the lives of these animals by making spay and neuter surgeries more affordable through discount coupons and mobile veterinary vans. We are working to reduce the number of euthanasias at the local shelter by making responsible pet ownership a reality for low income pet owners.

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Max’s Helping Paws Foundation

Maximillian was 14 when he passed on May 27, 2016. While grieving the loss, we imagined the guilt and heartbreak for those who might not be in a position to get the necessary treatments for their pet, or may need to euthanize or surrender them because of financial circumstances. Wanting to do something meaningful, and honor Max’s memory in a way that would help us heal while helping others, Max’s Helping Paws was born

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Wild At Heart Wildlife Sanctuary

Kaitlan and Tonya started Wild at Heart to save wildlife in coastal NC. They specialize in the care of small mammals, reptiles, and all birds- big and small. They are the only active bald eagle rehabbers in coastal North Carolina. They have taken the NC rabies vector training courses and hope to be able to rehab those species in the near future (more time and money needed).

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Goatlandia

Our mission is to have fun
while helping animals, people, and the planet.
Rescue farm animals who are in desperate need and provide them a safe, loving home through sanctuary or adoption.
Empower people with information about the extensive environmental impact of animal agriculture on our climate and planet.
Educate people about the benefits of plant-based eating and living a compassionate eco-friendly lifestyle.
Inspire love and compassion for all animals by providing opportunities for people to meet and interact with our rescued farm animals.

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Humane Society Of Sonoma County

A Safe Haven for Animals – We ensure every animal receives protection, compassion, love and care.
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 believe that no effort is too great when a life is at stake. With your help, we give hope to every adoptable animal. The Humane Society of Sonoma County is a no-kill shelter with two locations in Sonoma County; our primary Center for Animals is located at 5345 Hwy 12 West in Santa Rosa. Our Healdsburg shelter is located at 555 Westside Road in Healdsburg.

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Sonoma County Wildlife

Our Mission
Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue is dedicated to: the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife; the promotion, understanding, appreciation, protection and conservation of wildlife through both our Educational Outreach Programs and our advocacy efforts. Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue also makes charitable contributions to animal rescue and rehabilitation organizations as authorized by the Board.

RESCUE
Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue has a team of trained staff and volunteers available to rescue wildlife seven days a week. Using gloves, nets and other safety gear, we are able to safely catch wildlife ranging from hawks and owls to raccoons and coyotes.

REHABILITATE
We provide specialized medical care to over 1,500 animals a year. With the help of our Good Samaritan team of veterinarians, we are able to perform surgeries, nutritional care, detailed exams and much more to give these animals the best chance of survival.

RELEASE
On average, Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue releases 70% of the patients who come to us for help. The majority return to where they were found. In certain cases, animals are released to special release sites provided by generous members of our community who love animals and want to share their property with them.

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Paws New England

We rescue abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs from high-kill shelters and desperate situations, provide them with veterinary care and much needed TLC, and bring them to New England where we place them in safe, loving homes.

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