Founded in 1973, we are committed to improving animal welfare by eliminating cruelty and pet over population through education, law enforcement, providing shelter, promoting lifetime adoptions and spay/neuter programs. We investigate cuelty reports, provide law enforcement, rescue and rehome animals, educate the public about the responsibilities of pet ownership, operate a trap/neuter/release program for feral cats and provide shelter for over 5000 domestic animals each year.
At Campbell Pet Company, we take great pride in manufacturing and providing products that are made in the USA. The company’s founder, Sam Campbell, started the company on simple principles of wanting to help ensure the welfare of pets, the safety of animal handlers and the prosperity of Pet Care Professionals. Today, Sam is synonymous with his innovations, such as Snappy Snares, EZ-Nabbers, Pole Syringes, Rescue Tags, and of course, Personalized Leashes. If you ever met Sam and asked him how he’s doing, you always got the same answer, “It’s my best day ever.” The funny thing is, he meant it. From our management to Customer Service representatives and sewers to shipping personnel, all of us are eager to provide the highest quality service and support, which is to say, we will always do our part to ensure you’re having your best day ever.
Furry Friends is a non-profit, no-kill cat rescue organization founded in 1999. Our mission is to help homeless, abandoned and abused cats by providing spaying and neutering, medical care, and foster shelter until the cats are rehomed.
Concern for Animals (CFA) was incorporated in 1980 to provide integrated programs for low-income families and at-risk individuals with pets in need of spay/neuter assistance, veterinary medical attention, pet food and more. CFA offers financials assistance to those that qualify for care and supplies in order to avoid animal abandonment and shelter euthanasia. In addition to assistance programs, CFA also provides a small adoption program for homeless animals. CFA also appears for legislation and prosecution that moves towards the betterment of animal welfare.
Thurston County’s primary regional animal shelter and animal control agency
We are a small, all volunteer 501c3 private foster home based organization in southwestern Washington State. Harbor Rescue handles about 250 dogs yearly, concentrating on lost, stray, abandoned, neglect and cruelty cases. We complete all vetting on the animals we take in or help to include necessary health vetting, vaccinations including rabies, spay/neuter, micro-chipping, de-worming and flea treatment. Harbor Rescue spent $65k in vetting in 2018, a large part of that on low income and homeless spay/neuter, vaccinations, and necessary vetting.
**We filed for 501c3 status via a professional company after failing to do it ourselves. 501c3 status was approved and only back dated to June 2013.
SNAP is an all volunteer organization that serves Thurston County pet owners. SNAP financially helps owners of dogs and cats to pay for spay and neuter surgery. There is a small copay but this may be waived or reduced if the pet owner cannot meet the copay. To date, SNAP has helped to spay or neuter over 6,400 dogs and cats in Thurston County. Every month a number of SNAP vouchers are available at various locations in Thurston County. The pet owner obtains a voucher and makes an appointment with one of the veterinarians listed on the voucher. The owner pays the copay to the veterinarian and SNAP is billed for the remainder of the cost of the spay or neuter surgery.
Columbia Gorge Cat Rescue (CGCR) Began in 2007 when a small group of concerned people decided to help the abandoned and stray cats in our community who were being neglected by any government and private organizations.
We are a no-kill, volunteer, and nonprofit organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and placing the community’s abandoned, neglected and injured cats and kittens into loving, lifetime homes. In 2013 we added our own clinic to offer spay and neuter services.
Columbia Gorge Cat Rescue provides adoption services, low or no cost spay/neuter program for stray and feral cats, and foster care homes to homeless cats.
It’s simple, to advance the welfare of animals in Tacoma and Pierce County. As a local, independent 501(c)3 non-profit, we at The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County rely on donations to fund our organization’s vital programs. Visit us in person or check out our adoptable animals to find your family’s newest addition!
Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) provides King County with sustainable, cost effective services that protect people and animals, while providing humane animal care. Our organization is built on the cornerstone values of compassion and service. We demonstrate this commitment in the countless hours spent by staff and our RASKC volunteers to save animals’ lives at the shelter and in the field. By collaborating with community partners, we are able to expand our programs and resources to provide even greater value to our residents.
South County Cats is an all-volunteer nonprofit spay/neuter assistance organization serving south King County. Since 2006, more than 13,500 cat spay/neuter services have been facilitated through South County Cats’ programs, which include companion cat spay/neuter assistance for limited-income families and disabled or senior citizens, a community trap-neuter-return program, and spay/neuter of foster cats and kittens before adoption.
Hello Pitty Rescue was established to help with animal outreach and adoptions in the greater Seattle area. Our mission is to educate the public regarding bully breeds and help our community members keep their dogs at home instead of having them end up at a shelter. Our passion lies with underrepresented breeds and pit bull type dogs. It is important for us to promote responsible pet ownership, promote spay and neuter programs, advocate against BSL and inhumane activity of dog fighting.
Burien C.A.R.E.S. (Community Animal Resource & Education Society) is a non-profit 501 c(3) Corporation. We are the Animal Care & Control authority for the city of Burien, Washington, and operate a no-kill community animal shelter that houses and cares for Burien’s strays, and adopts out unclaimed animals to new loving families.\n\nOur primary concerns are public safety, the health and welfare of Burien’s domestic animals, and enforcing the relevant laws and ordinances of Burien, King County, and Washington State.