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  1. RedRover

      HumaneSocietyDover wrote:

    This is the second time we have requested and received a small grant from the RedRover.org organization to assist a pet owner... more »

    Badges:
    Top Rated Awards 2014
    Location:
    Sacramento, CA
    319 reviews
    Avg:
    4.9 stars
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  2. GREY2K USA

      Courtney48 wrote:

    This is such a worthy organization, helping to save the greyhounds who have lived terrible lives for entertainment, and now are... more »

    Badges:
    Top Rated Awards 2014
    Location:
    Arlington, MA
    300 reviews
    Avg:
    4.1 stars
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  3. In-Sync Exotics, Inc.

      cortney.phillips0614 wrote:

    I have been a volunteer for almost 3 years at In-Sync, visiting and working at the rescue facility weekly. I was drawn to volunteer... more »

    Badges:
    Top Rated Awards 2014
    Location:
    Wylie, TX
    248 reviews
    Avg:
    5 stars
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Background


In the US alone, 3 to 4 million pets are euthanized each year and hundreds of millions of dogs and cats are strays left without a home or people to care for them. Natural disasters, and the economic downturn, have also put more pets at risk of losing their caring homes.

Many animal nonprofits focus on how animals can help heal people. This can include service animals helping the sick or disabled or sanctuaries where kids can learn the responsibility that comes with caring for an animal.

There are over 1 million different animal species on earth and only 50,000 nonprofits to help them. These nonprofits help people adopt stray animals as pets and rescue those animals that are at risk or abandoned. Many run low-cost spay or neuter programs or help owners with high vet bills. Some organizations fight for animal rights, whether on farms, in homes or in the wild and others fight against extinction by protecting endangered species. Work with an animal rescue or animal shelter near you and join the fight for animal welfare.