Alamogordo Dog Rescue- Adoption, Rehabilitation & Sanctuary
The mission of ADR is to provide a safe environment for all kinds of pets but the main focus lies in homeless seniors and special needs animals like dogs, cats, pet rats, chickens and ducks.
ADR has no paid employees or government assistance and is run by an all volunteer staff.
Intakes/owner surrenders are limited but assistance in rehoming animals in the area can be provided.
No website, please call: 575-442-2650
At its inception some ten years ago, Angel's Gate cared for animals relinquished by their human companions or by shelters because of medical reasons.
The animals came to Angel's Gate to live out their lives. Since then, Angel's Gate has expanded its purpose to include working with physically challenged animals.
In 2000 Angel's Gate became a wildlife rehabilitation center as well. Location: NY
Carolina Waterfowl Rescue
Carolina Waterfowl Rescue is a non profit waterfowl rescue operating in parts of North and South Carolina. It is run by federally licensed, volunteer, wildlife rehabilitators and can accept wild and domestic waterfowl for rescue, rehab or adoption placement. Location: NC
Cat Crew California
Previously known as Cat Crew of SBC. Offers adoptable kittens, cats, puppies, and dogs. Cat Crew also offers adoptable waterfowl as well. Located in Hollister, San Benito County CA. Contact Melissa Casillas for more information at 831-801-3938 or at firstname.lastname@example.org Location: CA
In 1986, Gene and Lorri Bauston found a living sheep abandoned on a stockyard "deadpile." They rescued the sheep, named her Hilda, and created Farm Sanctuary.
Within ten years, Farm Sanctuary became the nation's largest farm animal rescue and protection organization. Location: NY
Grateful Acres Animal Sanctuary (GAAS) (Email Contact)
Grateful Acres Animal Sanctuary (GAAS) is an organization run out of Otsego, Michigan. They have been operating since 1993 and provide lifetime care for
displaced or retired farm animals. GAAS specializes in caring for elderly, handicapped, and "special needs" animals, including ducks and geese. Location: MI
Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary Inc.
Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary Inc. is a non-profit (501c3) organization that rescues, rehabilitates, and adopts out abused, abandoned,
and neglected farm animals such as horses, ponies, pigs, hogs, chickens, ducks, sheep, goats, and cattle.
We provide the rescued animals with medical care, clean and safe housing, and as much TLC as possible.
We work in cooperation with a variety of other rescue groups, both local and out of state, to network and help find homes for the rescued farm animals.
The Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary
The Lighthouse Farm Sanctuary was formed to guide animals in need to the safety of calm waters. The Board of Presidents, volunteers and supporters are
dedicated to light the lantern to guide those abused and neglected animals; to prevent disasters; and to prevent needless loss of life..
a guiding light to safe harbor. Location: Scio, OR
The Lily Sanctuary
The Lily Sanctuary is a non-profit 501(c)(3) parrot rescue whose sole purpose is to provide quality care and love for homeless and "special needs" parrots.
They also help periodically with local waterfowl rescue efforts. Location: CA
Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary
Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary is a non profit 501c(3) organization located in Lebanon CT. They are driven by two powerful goals: to rescue,
rehabilitate and re-home abandoned domestic ducks and geese and to provide a valuable online resource to families that include pet ducks and geese.
Location: Lebanon CT
Mt Holly Duck Sanctuary
Mt Holly Duck Sanctuary is a non-profit 501(c)(3) domestic duck rescue organization. Location: OH.
Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary
Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary is a 400 acre non-profit refuge for farm animals and wildlife located in Poolesville, Maryland. Location: MD
SASHA (Sanctuary and Safe Haven for Animals) Farm
is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and the mid-west's largest farm animal sanctuary. They not only provide food and water, veterinary care and a roof
over their heads, they also give the animal residents lots of love, social interaction with others of their own species, and a sense of security. Location: MI
Tara Farm Rescue
Located in Coventry, Connecticut, the Tara Farm Rescue was started in 1982 by Bonnie Jeanne Gorden who has dedicated her life to easing the suffering of animals.
Originally started as a home for unwanted horses, Tara Farm Rescue has expanded and now unwanted, neglected and abused cows, pigs, rabbits, chickens, goats,
dogs and cats are taken in, rehabilitated, and when possible, placed in adoptive homes. Location: CT
Lucky Duck Rescue and Sanctuary
Located in Southern California
Located in North Carolina
Village Pond Rescue and Rehabilitation (Email Contact)
949-584-6696 Located in Southern California