Pet Shelters in California

Are you looking for a friendly pet in California? Are you having trouble finding a loving friend in California?

Finding a healthy pet can be challenging, especially when you are looking for a specific breed of dogs and cats. It is not safe to buy a pet from private breeders or owners. The risk of adopting an unhealthy or diseased pet is extremely high in such circumstances. That’s why it is best to look in shelters in California that are not only registered, but operated by experienced caretakers as well.

Pet Shelters is the biggest online pet shelter directory that will help you locate a trusted shelter in California. The pet shelters in California are packed with healthy cats and dogs that are ready to move into new homes. These pets are friendly, active, and extremely willing to be part of loving families.

Show these homeless pets some affection by looking for a pet shelter in California in our pet directory. Pet Shelters believes in promoting the rights of animals and educating people to adopt from pet shelters. By providing a detailed pet shelter directory, we want to make the pet adoption process simpler for everyone.

So, browse our pet directory today and adopt a perfect pet from a shelter in California.

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  • Desert Hot Springs CA 92240

  • Furever Home Kitty Rescue

    Desert Hot Springs CA 92240

    Locally, nationally and internationally, Furever Home Kitty Rescue is a vocal advocate for the all fur babies.

  • Corona CA 92880

    House of Shepherds Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned German Shepherds of all ages in Southern California. We rescue from both high-kill shelters, and from owners who can no longer care for their German Shepherds.

  • Forest Knolls CA 94933

    We rescue out of High Kill Shelters to loving homes. Based in Marin County. We are working with groups rescuing out of San Bernardino, California.

  • Riverside CA 92503

    2 Crue Rescue is a non-profit organization. We are in the process of obtaining our 501 (c)(3). Our mission is to rescue death-row dogs in Southern California. Every dog deserves a second chance. Innocent dogs that are clearly adoptable animals are killed daily solely due to overcrowding caused by the unfortunate realities of pet overpopulation. 2 Crue Rescue will provide foster homes for these dog

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