Fundacion Pacto Animal

Location
Bogotá, Bogotá, Colombia
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Fundacion Pacto Animal is committed to rescuing, rehabilitating, sterilizing, and rehoming animals that have been abandoned and mistreated. They are particularly focused on rescuing dogs that are in heat, pregnant, or have litters to help reduce the overpopulation of dogs on the streets. They also run several feeding programs to ensure stray animals do not go hungry. Because education is vital to fostering better relationships between animals and the community, Fundacion Pacto Animal hosts educational workshops with children, teaching them about respect and love for all beings.

SPCA International is proud to support Fundacion Pacto Animal and everything they do to improve the animals’ lives in Colombia.

Baw Baw Animal Welfare

Location
Kurunagala, North Western Province, Sri Lanka
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Baw Baw Animal Welfare Organization was founded in 2015 by a group of committed, dedicated animal lovers who believe that every little life on this planet matters. They are dedicated to improving the lives of animals in Sri Lanka through spay/neuter campaigns, urgent rescues, educational workshops, and the operation of a sanctuary for permanently disabled dogs.

SPCA International knows how crucial humane population control is, and we are proud to support Baw Baw Animal Welfare Organization to increase their spay/neuter efforts in their community.

China Rescue Dogs

Location
Vass, North Carolina, United States
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Their Work

China Rescue Dogs (CRD) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that advocates for animal rights worldwide. Their mission is to rescue and rehabilitate dogs from the meat trade in China and provide them with loving homes in the U.S. and Canada. They rescue dogs from imminent harm directly from breeding farms and butchers. They also take in abandoned dogs in need. They never say no to ANY dog – mixed breeds, banned breeds, disabled dogs and seniors. They try to rescue them all.

SPCA International is proud to have CRD as a partner in the fight against the brutal dog meat trade in China. We are honored to have recently worked together to bring 21 dog meat trade survivors to safety in the United States.

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BARCs Rescue

Location
Airdrie, Alberta, Canada
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Adoption
Their Work

BARCs Rescue is a non-profit organization that believes every dog deserves a new leash on life. Founded in 2012, this volunteer-based charity has transported nearly 2,500 dogs who were at risk of being euthanized across North America and internationally. Working in partnership with shelters, they identify and transport dogs on buses, cars and planes to pre-qualified homes. When the dogs have adjusted from their journey and settled into their foster homes, they are either adopted by the foster or become available for adoption.

SPCA International is inspired by BARCs Rescue’s tireless dedication to confronting the pressing challenge of shelter overpopulation on a global scale. We are proud to support their life-saving work.

Fundacion Gratitud

Location
Lourdes, La Libertad, El Salvador
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Sterilization
Their Work

Fundación Gratitud (FUNDAGRAT) is a non-profit organization that addresses issues that negatively impact their communities, animal welfare, and the environment. FUNDAGRAT is the only organization in El Salvador that carries out free monthly sterilization days for stray dogs and cats. Their focus is on females because they are the most vulnerable. Their program also offers mobile spay days, where the veterinary team mobilizes to typically inaccessible areas of rural El Salvador.

SPCA International is deeply moved by Fundación Gratitud’s unwavering dedication to the welfare of stray animals within their community. We take immense pride in partnering with them as advocates for animal wellbeing through our Shelter Support program.

Orphans of the Storm

Location
Kittanning, Pennsylvania, United States
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Orphans of the Storm is a no-kill shelter in Pennsylvania offering several programs for protecting and placing abused or unwanted animals in the community. They match lovable animals with loving forever homes, educate the public on humane, responsible care of all animals, and promote spaying and neutering to reduce companion animal overpopulation. Through their Golden Buddies program, they pair senior dogs with senior citizens, providing both companionship and joy. And through their Humane program, they investigate cruelty, abuse, and neglect cases. Orphans of the Storm helps an average of 3,000 animals a year and find loving homes for over 700 animals yearly.

SPCA International proudly supports Orphans of the Storm’s tireless efforts, standing side by side as dedicated Shelter Support partners.

Oshkosh Area Humane Society

Location
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Sterilization
Their Work

Oshkosh Area Humane Society (OAHS) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity with a mission to extend compassionate care, offer solace to distressed animals, and foster a community that champions humane treatment for all creatures. OAHS aids 3,000 animals annually, spanning dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and rodents. They also offer various services to community members, including first responders and those experiencing domestic abuse. Oshkosh Area Humane Society is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, to provide shelter and care for animals that may be involved in life-threatening situations. Whether it is a fire, car accident, domestic abuse case, crime scene or natural disaster, OAHS staff appears on the scene, rescuing and housing animals until it is safe for them to return to their homes. OAHS is also committed to humanely reducing animal overpopulation through its Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program for community cats.

SPCA International is impressed by Oshkosh Area Humane Society’s commitment to the animals in their community. We are proud to support their work and to have them as a Shelter Support partner.

Voluntary Education and Relief Initiative for Tanzania Society (VERITAS)

Location
Kasulu, Kigoma, Tanzania
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Voluntary Education and Relief Initiative for Tanzanian Society (VERITAS) is a non-profit established in 2012. VERITAS is a volunteer-led organization focused on agriculture, animal protection, the vegan movement, and health. Their main projects include providing food and veterinary care for animals in struggling rescue centers, street feeding patrols to provide meals for homeless dogs and cats in Kasulu Town, care for rescued farm animals, legal initiatives to fight cruelty and neglect, spay/neuter campaigns for homeless and rescued animals, and education.

SPCA International is proud to support Voluntary Education and Relief Initiative for the Tanzanian Society in its efforts to improve the lives of animals in their community.

HEPAD

Location
Nilufer, Bursa, Turkey
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Life for stray animals in Turkey is difficult and often dangerous. HEPAD is committed to improving the lives of these animals by rescuing abandoned animals in the streets and forests and caring for them until they find their new homes. HEPAD believes that sterilization is critical, so veterinarians neuter every animal in their care in their clinic. They are also vaccinated and tested for rabies. HEPAD takes in some of the worse cases of neglect and abuse. The recent earthquake in Turkey has devastated the country, leaving many animals needing evacuation from the earthquake zone. HEPAD has been on the ground, doing everything possible to save as many animals’ lives as possible and reunite lost pets with their beloved families.

SPCAI applauds the bravery and dedication of HEPAD and we are proud to support their rescue and rebuilding efforts in Turkey. We hope that with our support, they can help even more earthquake victims.

Helping Hands Humane Society

Location
Topeka, Kansas, United States
Type of Organization
Animal Welfare
Rescue and Education
Services Provided
Adoption
Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue
Spay and Neuter Clinics
Education and Advocacy
Sterilization
Their Work

Helping Hands Humane Society is an open-admission animal shelter serving Northeast Kansas. Animals in their care include strays found by Animal Control and the public, Shawnee County and City of Topeka court hold and protective custody cases, and pets surrendered by owners facing difficult circumstances. Helping Hands Humane Society’s mission is to go above and beyond simply providing housing for animals with nowhere else to go – they accept responsibility for each animal’s wellbeing and seek to end pet homelessness while improving the lives of pets and their owners in their community. Helping Hands Humane Society provides medical and behavioral intervention, spay/neuter, enrichment, a foster and rescue program, return-to-home efforts, and a robust adoption program for pets in their care. For families with pets in the community, they provide resources and information such as a pet food pantry, low-cost clinic services, pet-friendly events, and a pet loss support group.

SPCA International is proud to support the work of the Helping Hands Humane Society and hopes that with our assistance, they will be able to serve the animals in their community better.