Shelter & Rescue Work : Help for Individuals

Black and white outdoor cat
When the temperature outside begins to drop, it’s time to make sure the outdoor cats in your community have warm shelters where they can go to remain safe and comfortable....Read More
Injured baby songbird who has been receiving care from a licensed wildlife rehabilitator
Is the bird an adult, a baby or a fledgling? If you have found a songbird who appears to be a baby (e.g., seems young and healthy but is not flying), please see “...Read More
Young Chihuahua dog. You can help dogs like her find a home by posting her picture on social media sites like Facebook.
If you want to help a particular dog, cat or other animal advertised for adoption on Facebook, other social media sites, or email cross-posts, there are several actions you...Read More
Woman and her rescue dog. Help save pets today by adopting your next pet.
Saving a life is easier than you think....Read More
People petting a friendly, adoptable pit bull dog
With their capacity for love and loyalty, most pits and pit mixes are good candidates for adoption....Read More
Girl, who is receiving some pet financial aid during a difficult time in her life, with her pug
Following is a comprehensive list of resources that offer financial assistance for pet guardians who are struggling, as well as senior citizens, people with disabilities an...Read More
Feral and shy dogs, like this one hiding behind a tree, share some of the same challenges.
There are a number of techniques that can be employed to help feral dogs or shy dogs overcome their fear of people....Read More
Medium haired brown tabby community (feral) cat, with an ear tip, next to a tire
Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of unowned, free-roaming cats (sometimes called stray, feral, or “community...Read More
Colony of multiple community cats
  Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a common-sense, cost-effective solution for managing populations of unowned, free-roaming cats (sometim...Read More