More than 50 animals per day enter our shelters looking for a place to call home. Is your new family member waiting for you?
Every single life touched by a volunteer is a life made better that day. Join us in this important work.
You can be a lifesaving bridge to get a pet to adoption, whether that's an infant kitten or puppy, an adult recovering from a medical need, or a shelter pet needing a break.
Princess Peach is ready to grace you with her presence. This beautiful girl is currently in foster, so we can learn more about her. She is playful and dog friendly and loves to be outside. She loves …Learn more
Beautiful Queenie is currently relaxing in a foster home, and her foster mom just loves her. Queenie is a big fan of being brushed and exploring. She also enjoys snuggling on the sofa and lying in be…Learn more
As the largest animal welfare organization in the region and one of the only remaining open access shelters, we give safety, love, and hope to lost pets, abandoned dogs and cats, cruelty victims, pets in need of rehoming, and homeless pets at risk of euthanasia in other shelters.
Supporting our community by providing the resources needed to improve the lives and well-being of animals is what we do.
Losing your furry friend or finding another’s beloved animal can be a harrowing and emotional process.
"See something, say something." Most cases of cruelty or neglect come to light when someone close to that animal makes a report.
No one should have to part with their pet for financial reasons. Our pet food programs help pets stay with the families who love them.
Through our behavior team, we're able to offer free support to our adopters, foster families and pet owners seeking behavior assistance.
That may seem like a big number, but every dog and cat in our care enjoys individual enrichment until adoption, such as our daily dog playgroups.
Get your paws on our original and limited edition merchandise. Your purchases go towards the care of the 18,000+ animals we take in each year.
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