PawSwaP is not your typical animal rescue organization. Like most other animal welfare groups, we want to help community animals by providing them with proper vet care and finding them wonderful forever homes. However, our approach is slightly different. We look to keep the animals in their homes whenever possible. If that is not possible, we help the owners rehome their animals safely and responsibly without them ever entering a shelter facility. As needed, we also find long and short-term foster homes so that owners are not forced to surrender their animals. We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
Lafayette IN 47909 | 0 mile away
Dedicated to Dobermans Rescue is a registered and insured, 501(c)3 Indiana nonprofit charity organization. DTDR is dedicated to rescuing and permanently re-homing pets in need. We rely solely on donations and volunteers to save orphaned Dobermans and place them in loving, permanent homes. We are committed to spaying/neutering and getting our dogs all the medical attention that they need. We do no
Lafayette IN 47905 | 3.5 miles away
The Loving Heart Animal Shelter is a private, independent, 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of community members who are dedicated to animal welfare and currently a full time Executive Director. We are funded primarily through private donations and service revenue. We are not controlled or funded by any statewide or national organization. Donations
Lafayette IN 47906 | 7 miles away
We strive to find the few homeless pets in our care the best home possible. We don't just want to find somewhere for them to live, but somewhere for them to thrive and be cared as a family member.
West Lafayette IN 47996 | 7.5 miles away
My New Cat is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity dedicated to finding homes for homeless cats.
Battle Ground IN 47920 | 9.9 miles away
North Central Indiana Spay & Neuter is a 501c(3) organization located at Crystal Creek Kennels. NCISN believes that euthanasia is a crime - a crime against our loving companions. Through pro-active rescue, adoption efforts and an affordable spay/neuter program, we can eliminate the use of euthanasia as a method of pet population control. NCISN is endeavoring to reduce the suffering, abandonmen