"He who harms animals has not understood or renounced deeds of sin.
Those whose minds are at peace and who are free from passions do not
desire to live at the expense of others."
From Acharanga Sutra - Jainism - non-vedic religion of Old India
Animal Welfare Societies/Organizations
We are a small rescue based in London that caters for unwanted dogs in danger of death. These may be from private homes, council run pounds or almost anywhere. We mainly focus on dogs that no other rescues will take. We do not turn our noses up at dogs that have issues, when we can help we will. All of our dogs come with lifetime backup so if you ever have a problem we are just a phone call away. We rely on help from volunteers and people that donate to us. We receive no government or any other funding.
is an animal rescue shelter in Birmingham, UK (registered charity). We rehomes unwanted, abandoned or mistreated dogs & cats in the West Midlands area. Animal Allsorts acts as a sanctuary for other small animals such as chipmunks, ferrets, rabbits and birds. The rescue finds suitable adoptive homes for dogs & cats in the Birmingham and West Midlands area, Animal Allsorts will take care of animals for the rest of their lives if homes cannot be found. The rescue is looking for assistance with dog fostering and helps with Lost & Found Dogs.
Rescue & Adoption Charity for Cats in Sheffield, UK.St Francis Animal Welfare
Based in Southampton, UK. A leading cat charity that does exceptional work and not just for cats but other animals too.Your Pet 2 Vets
- Pet Ambulance Service is a non-profit making organisation. Our Prime Function is to provide a FREE Emergency Rescue Service, for pets that have been injured in a Road Traffic Accident. Our FREE Emergency Response Service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. Wiltshire Areas Covered (UK)Compassion and Responsibility for Animals (CARA)
17 Barcelona Street, Merville Park Subdivision, Paranaque, Philippines 1700
Tel: 632-8247335 or 632-8101459Aristocat Rescue
- Rescue and rehomes stray, unwanted and homeless cats and kittens.Punished Paws
- Portal for information about vets and animal causes in South Africa.
Helping bring people and animals together though education and understanding.
Website: New Mexico's Week For The AnimalsCat Action Trust 1977 (Leeds Branch)
CAT 1977's policy is to help feral cats by limiting their numbers through neutering and returning to site, and by finding homes for kittens and tame stray cats. The charity is totally against killing for expediency. The charity's motto is "A lifeline for feral cats." Cat Action Trust 1977 is a small national charity dedicated to the welfare of feral cats. We have an Executive Committee and 11 branches in Aberdeen, Ayrshire, Bewdley, Central London, East Kilbride (Lanarkshire), Jersey , Leeds, Nuneaton And Hinckley, Shaw , Ullapool. The charity is run entirely by volunteers, which means that the bare minimum is spent on administrative costs and almost all money donated is spent directly on the cats and their welfare.Cat Action Trust 1977 (Head Office)Friends Of The AnimalsWillows Animal SanctuaryTorre Argentina Cat SanctuaryNorth Shore Animal League
Adopt-a-Cat (UK)Wulfrun Destitute PetsOldham Cats - ManchesterBlue CrossCats Protection
(formerly the Cats Protection League)Colchester Cat Rescue (CCR)Korea Animal Protection SocietyCosta Blanca Feral Cat TrustPeople's Dispensary for Sick AnimalsRoyal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors
PO Box 46
The APBC can refer enquiries to their nearest cat behaviour counsellor. The association sells books and training items - send s.a.e. for catalogue. Consult the APBC website apbc.org.co
for a list of their members and the eighty-two clinics where they practise.
The British Veterinary Dental Association will assist any veterinary surgeon or animal owner with queries of a dental nature. They can refer enquirers to local veterinary surgeons who specialize in dentistry. Contact:
Tan y Coed
The Feline Advisory Bureau
FAB is a charity dedicated to the health and welfare of cats. It provides information on veterinary care and treatment of cats and organizes conferences, runs the FAB Journal, and publishes the FAB Cat Rescue Manual. It publishes fifty advice sheets on feline problems including a leaflet on choosing a good boarding cattery. It also publishes a list of good catteries and gives advice on quarantine catteries.
Pet Bereavement Helpline run by the Society for Companion Animal Studies.
0800-0966606 (UK) for details.
This is a Bristol-based organisation which maintains a National Database Register for lost and found pets and is free of charge.
Border Collie Rescue
57 Market Place
CARA rehomes animals all around the country (United Kingdom).
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The ASPCA was founded in 1866 as the first humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. Other SPCAs, humane societies and animal groups operate within their geographic areas and are not related to The ASPCA. You can usually find local animal welfare groups in the Yellow Pages under "Animal Shelters" or "Humane Organizations".
The New York City Companion Animal Guide
All dogs must have a current license.
All dogs and cats must be vaccinated regularly against rabies.
All dogs must be on a 6' leash (or shorter) in public.
All dog owners must clean up their pets' waste (pooper scooper law).
It is illegal to abandon a companion animal. Contact your local shelter to relinquish a pet.
Center for Animal Care and Control (CACC) Animal Rescue Service, Mon.-Fri., 8am-8pm 718-649-8600
Lost & Found, Adoptions:
Manhattan (open 24 hrs.) 326 E. 110th St. (betw. 1st/2nd Ave.'s) 212-722-3620
Bronx, 464 E. Fordham Rd. 718-733-0744
Brooklyn, 23-36 Linden Blvd. 718-272-7200
Queens, 92-29 Queens Blvd., Rego Park 718-997-6330
Staten Island, 3139 Veterans Rd. W. 718-984-6643
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) 212-876-7700
Humane Society of New York, 306 E. 59th St. (betw. 1st/2nd Ave.'s) 212-752-4840
Bide-a-Wee, 410 E. 38th St. (betw. 1st Ave./FDR Dr.) 212-532-4455
Animal Behavior. ASPCA Companion Animal Services 212-876-7700, Ext. 4357
Animal Bites. NYC Dept. of Health, Animal Affairs 212-676-2483
Rabies. NYC Dept. of Health, Poison Control Center 212-447-2205/764-7667
Animal Cruelty. ASPCA Humane Law Enforcement 212-876-7700, Ext. 4450
Barking Dogs. NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection 718-699-9811
Deceased Animals. NYC Dept. of Sanitation 212-219-8090
Dog Licenses. NYC Dept. of Health, Dog Licensing 212-676-2100
Educational Info. ASPCA Humane Education Dept. 212-876-7700, Ext. 4400
Leash Law. NYC Dept. of Health, Complaints 212-442-9666
(Any law enforcement agent can issue a summons upon witnessing a violation.)
Low cost spay/neuter. ASPCA Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital 212-876-7700, Ext. 4210; Friends of Animals 800-321-7387
Pooper Scooper Law. NYC Sanitation Action Center 212-219-9787
Veterinary Legal. NYC Veterinary Association 212-246-0057
Wildlife Questions. ASPCA Humane Education Dept. 212-876-7700, Ext. 4400
Look up Veterinary Hospitals in the Yellow Pages for 24 hour and emergency medical care. Help stop pet overpopulation - spay or neuter your pet!