Maine Sheltie Rescue is a not-for-profit group based in Maine comprised of volunteers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont who give their time, ability, and homes to help place Shelties where they will be cared for and loved. Our main goals are the protection of Shelties already here, the prevention of further over-breeding and the education of the public about the Sheltie breed.
Portland ME 04101 | 0.9 mile away
FoFF is committed to helping feral cats in southern Maine. Our mission is to humanely reduce the number of feral cats in our communities through trapping, neutering, and then releasing them back to their colony sites (a method called Trap-Neuter-Return or TNR). In time, the colonies’ populations shrink due to lack of reproduction. We provide the colonies with food and water regularly and monitor
Portland ME 04104 | 1.2 miles away
Friends of Willow is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Friends of Willow is dedicated to providing rescue, shelter, medical care, and spay/neuter services for abandoned, abused, or neglected rabbits in Southern Maine. The mission of Friends of Willow is to (1) place all of these rabbits into permanent and loving, safe indoor homes and to (2) educate the public regarding companion rabbit care, th
Portland ME | 2.3 miles away
Buddy Up Animal Society networks with shelters, trainers, behaviorists, foster homes, and adoptive homes to provide a safe haven for pets who run out of options in the shelter system. It’s also our mission to promote sterilization and adoption over breeding as a solution to the homeless animal population, and to offer programs in humane education and training. Based in the southern and midcoast
Gorham ME | 2.3 miles away
Helping Paws Maine is a volunteer dog rescue organization whose mission is dedicated to saving lives, and finding permanent homes for stray, abandoned, and surrendered puppies & dogs. We are a 501C(3) non-profit rescue group located in Gorham, Maine. Helping Paws Maine partners with rescue groups in Mississippi to bring unwanted or abandoned puppies & dogs up to Maine and match them lovin
South Portland ME 04116 | 2.4 miles away
Almost Home Rescue is a non-profit rescue in the New England area. We are a non-profit all-breed rescue organization dedicated to saving lives and finding forever homes for stray, abandoned and surrendered dogs in danger of euthanasia.
Westbrook ME 04092 | 4 miles away
YCRAA is a small group of dedicated, unpaid volunteer dog lovers whose mission is to rescue, provide sanctuary, and ultimately to re-home abandoned, stray and neglected Chihuahuas. We also assist dogs who, because of extenuating circumstances, are unable to remain in their homes with their owners. We operate this rescue in our free time, aside from full-time jobs. Our dogs reside in foster homes.
Westbrook ME 04092 | 4 miles away
Fetching Hope Rescue (FHR) represents an all volunteer canine rescue group whose mission is to save the lives of neglected, abused and/or stray dogs by finding them safe, loving, and permanent homes in New England. We are proud to add that we are an approved 501 (c) (3.)
Scarborough ME 04074 | 4.6 miles away
Founded in 2008, Tender Touch Veterinary Hospital has been providing exceptional veterinary care to cats and dogs in Scarborough and the surrounding areas for over a decade. We understand that pets are family which is exactly why we treat our patients as if they were our own. If you're looking for compassionate care and individualized treatment for your furry friend, you've come to the r
Falmouth ME | 6 miles away
Paws and Claws Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization made up of volunteers who devote and dedicate their love, time, and personal resources 7 days a week, 365 days per year to rescue and care for homeless, abused, and abandoned animals. We do not have a shelter. Our rescue animals are taken in and cared for in our own homes through a network of foster families.
Gorham ME 04038 | 7.9 miles away
The Pixel Fund pet rescue, a division of Pixel’s Posse, operates with an all-volunteer team, including its board of directors. We operate with a headquarter in Southern Maine and a satellite office in Georgia and Florida. We rely on our dedicated network of fosters and rescue partners to pull pets to safety from high kill shelters, get them healthy and ready for adoption, transport them carefull
Windham ME | 8.5 miles away
Maine Lab Rescue was founded in May, 2012. We are a foster based, mostly volunteer organization. Rescue efforts are focused on saving Labs and Lab mixes from high-kill shelters or other undesirable circumstances in the south. While we focus on the Labrador Retriever and Lab mixes, we also rescue other mixed breed dogs/puppies and cats/kittens, we use our resources to help where we can. We hold a v
Portland ME | 16.4 miles away
Here at The Green Ark we believe that every animal's life is worth saving without question, and if you've ever seen the average kill shelter's intake vs termination rate... you'd know just how much work there is to be done. We have made it our goal to rescue as many of these animals as we possibly can. Our dream & ultimate goal is to build an animal sanctuary that is comple
Freeport ME | 16.6 miles away
Journey Home Dog Rescue is a volunteer-based IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that began in the summer of 2005 with a rescue mission to Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina. Our immediate goals at that time were to: Transfer as many dogs as possible out of "high-kill" dog pounds in the region into a temporary "no-kill" shelter; Transport as many dogs as possible back to M
Brunswick ME 04011 | 22.9 miles away
Once existing as two individual animal shelters, we came together to be a bigger, better force for animals. Now, Midcoast Humane is one of the biggest shelters in the state of Maine, operating animal sheltering facilities in Brunswick and Edgecomb. We provide care and second chances to nearly 3,500 animals every year, and assist hundreds more through our programming. But we’re not just about the
Brunswick ME 04011 | 29.3 miles away
Passion for Pets Rescue (PPR) is a non-profit, insured and state licensed rescue, run by volunteers. We are a small group of like minded folks with big hearts. PPR does not have an actual shelter, all of our dogs are in foster homes in Maine or with our Southern and Mid-western partners.