Shelter & Rescue Work : Help for Organizations

Parrot educating a group of students at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah
This resource supplies basic information about how to start an animal sanctuary, including considerations like providing shelter, veterinary care and food; dealing with leg...Read More
Couple with their two dogs. They run their own small animal welfare organization.
This manual includes a plan for how to start an animal welfare organization, including writing a mission statement, setting goals, establishing a board of directors, defini...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 volunteers working with a shelter dog
Whether your organization has 10 or 10,000 volunteers, the foundations of volunteer engagement are the same....Read More
Free-roaming Siamese kitten
They’re cute, cuddly and desperately in need of your help. Or are they?...Read More
Rehoming a dog like these big, friendly canines can be a stressful and hard situation, but the suggestions in this resource can help.
Have you found a stray dog or cat, or do you need to find a new home for your pet? We hope the suggestions in this resource will help you....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
Medium haired black community cat (feral cat) hiding behind some grass
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
Veterinarian wearing scrubs holding a brown tabby cat, surrounded by sheet covered humane traps
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 cat...Read More