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The mission of Animals Asia is to end the farming of bears for bile in Vietnam and China, provide sanctuary for bears, end the suffering of wild animals in captivity, and ensure humane treatment of dogs and cats. And their vision is to end cruelty and restore respect for all animals throughout Asia.
Beau’s Bridge Club is an animal welfare organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of pets most at risk in the shelter system through rescue, foster, financial assistance, and adoption.
We believe that all animals deserve a chance at happiness regardless of age or circumstance. Unfortunately, the statistics do not agree and seniors and special needs animals are among the first groups of animals to be euthanized for space in shelters across the United States. We are making a small dent in the statistic by providing space outside the municipal shelter system for these special pets to get the help they need while they wait for their forever home. By taking them out of the shelters we not only free up valuable space for the shelter to save more lives, but allow special needs animals, who may need the extra care and comfort, to be in a home with warmer and cushier surroundings.
The mission of PAWS Atlanta is to build a community of caring, by people helping pets and pets helping people. We are a private, not-for-profit animal welfare organization founded in 1966, originally as the DeKalb Humane Society. We provide love, nutrition, medical care and basic training to enrich the lives of homeless animals until permanent, safe homes can be found.
Animal Aid & Rescue Foundation (AARF) is a local non-profit organization committed to assisting animals though rescue, fostering and permanent placement; providing food and veterinary care (both emergency and basic) to low-income families and promoting animal welfare and education via outreach events in the community.
The mission of For the Love of Cats is to end the cruelty of pet overpopulation. Donated funds go directly towards their programs that include working with the community to sterilize stray and feral cats through TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return), rescue, foster, sterilization and adoption for kittens and abandoned domestic cats, assisting low income families with emergency and wellness veterinary care and subsidize adoption fees for senior cats to senior citizens along with other support programs to help people keep their pets.