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Valley Cats is organized to provide food and water, spaying/neutering, medical attention, and adoption for the homeless domestic, stray and feral cat population surrounding the City of Phoenix. To educate the public and conduct programs to further the prevention of cruelty to animals, and to build a feral cat sanctuary for feral and unadoptable cats.
The mission of Ventura County Animal Services is to improve the lives of the animals in their care, be timely and compassionate in our responses, educate the public through community outreach and, provide for the health and safety of the citizens and animals of Ventura County.
Our mission is to assist students of Wesley House in their academic goals at San Diego State University by providing a safe place to live and study. We provide a network of support services for students that foster a greater sense of accomplishment, self-esteem, community and belonging; better preparing them to advocate for themselves and to contribute to society.
West Marin Senior Services was founded in 1976 to provide in-home supportive services to the rural elderly over age 60. Our purpose is to enable older persons to remain independent as long as possible and to live with dignity and self-respect in their own homes. Our program seeks to prevent premature or unnecessary institutionalization.
Westside Animals for Adoption is a non profit rescue and adoption center, incorporated in October, 2008, with a mission to find great homes for healthy, adoptable dogs. The center is operated by Best Friends Pet Resort & Canine Academy and the Westside Animals for Adoption board and small staff of volunteers.
WildCare is a unique organization located in Marin County, California. Not only do we care for ill, orphaned or injured wild animals, we help children and adults learn how to make room for our forest and shoreline friends within our environment. Orphaned raccoons, injured barn owls and ailing squirrels; no matter what species, our furry and feathered patients receive the best medical care possible. Once healthy and vigorous again, they are returned to their woodland and seashore homes.