Local Groups

The Hungry Pet Project

This group serves as a hub in New York City for animal lovers of all types to share information and ask for help. We will work together to find solutions to keep pets out of shelters and in safe places. This group welcomes anyone who advocates for animals in our community.
3 Members
Organizers
JW
Jeff W.
LF
Lindsay F.

Blue Chip Animal refuge

This group serves as a hub for animal lovers of all types to share information and ask for help. We will work together to find solutions to keep pets out of shelters and in safe places. This group welcomes anyone who advocates for animals in our community.
3 Members
Organizers
JW
Jeff W.
MB
Marge B.

San Jose Feral Cat Rescue

This group serves as a hub in San Jose for animal lovers of all types to share information and ask for help. We will work together to find solutions to keep pets out of shelters and in safe places. This group welcomes anyone who advocates for animals in our community.
3 Members
Organizers
JW
Jeff W.
CY
Craig Y.

Pasco No Kill Action Team

This group serves as a hub in Pasco County for animal lovers of all types to share information and ask for help. We will work together to find solutions to keep pets out of shelters and in safe places. This group welcomes anyone who advocates for animals in our community.
3 Members
Organizers
PH
Pamela H.

OC Animal Advocates

Working to bring back CARE to OC Animal Care shelter in Tustin, CA - If you live in one of these cities then your tax dollars are going towards OC Animal Care: Anaheim, Brea, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Huntington Beach, Lake Forest, Orange, Placentia, San Juan Capistrano, Tustin, Villa Park, Yorba Linda, and the unincorporated areas. I, along with countless volunteers, shelter employees, and rescue groups have been trying to get the current administration and superiors of OC Animal Care to reinstate the basic animal services that the taxpayers and animals of our county deserve, as well as to meet ALL goals on their 2018 JVR shelter strategic plan: - A safe and enriching shelter environment with sufficient kennel attendants to provide a clean kennel, food/water, and daily exercise. - Restart the TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) program to help us control the cat population. In the last 7 days, 74 cats were found killed on the streets or were euthanized on arrival on arrival at the shelter. By having a Robust TNR program research has shown that the shelter intake is reduced dramatically. - Open the $35 million dollar shelter facility to the public without restrictions. OC Animal Care needs to discontinue the restrictive appointment-only system to allow healthy adoptable animals to find homes. Also to lower the need for euthanizing due to behavior or illness caused by the shelter environment and lack of enrichment and behavioral programs. The bottom line is the animals in our community need to be treated better. We must tell our elected officials that they need to hold the shelter Director and her superiors accountable and demand these essential services are restored to our community. Can you help? Help us open the OC Animal Care shelter without restrictions and bring back animal services to our community! Check out www.opentheocshelter.com for more information.
2 Members
Organizers
RY
Romina Y.

C&C. of C.C. & C.C.

🐾Cats & Canines of Colorado City & Cane Beds🐾 There is a very large amount of stray dogs and cats throughout Colorado City, Hildale, Centennial and especially Cane Beds. I've never seen a larger amount of homeless, missing, lost & abandoned pets any where in my life. Its heartbreaking! I think if we work together and open our hearts, we can find them great homes or return them to their beloved owners. 🐶🤎🐱
2 Members
Organizers
LE
Lisa E.

Puppy Mill Free NYC

This group is dedicated in ending the cruel dog & cat mills and help pass the Puppy Mill Pipeline Act of NY (S.1130/A.4283), a bill that would shut down the puppy/kitten mill to pet store pipeline by banning the sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits in retail stores; authorizes space for adoption.
2 Members
Organizers
ND
Nadia D.

Helping Paws [Daytona Beach Action Team]

This group serves as a hub for animal lovers of all types in the Daytona area to share information and ask for help. We will work together to find solutions to keep pets out of shelters and in safe places. This group welcomes anyone who advocates for animals in our community.
2 Members
Organizers
KN
Karen N.

Critters Galore

It breaks my heart, as it no doubt, does yours too, when I see a critter on the side of the road, especially when there are NO houses in sight. How did he/she get there? This group serves as a hub for animal lovers of all types to share information and ask for help. We will work together to find solutions to keep pets out of shelters and in safe places. This group welcomes anyone who advocates for animals in our community.
2 Members
Organizers
MJ
Michelle J.

Save all the Cats, Cottonwood Heights and Beyond

I would like to get a group of people together in the Cottonwood Heights, Millcreek, Murray, and Holladay areas to coordinate the care of community cats and conduct TNRs. I am open to all ideas and experience!
2 Members
Organizers
NT
Nina T.