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Reptile Shelters in North Carolina by Name   (Page 1 of 1)

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Org # 2586 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Other Types of Adoptable Animals

3R Rescue

We are a rescue organization providing foster care to small animals in need of a home. We not only rescue hamsters, gerbils, mice, and rats, but other small exotics like birds and non-rodent-eating small reptiles.
, Raleigh NC US 27603
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/NC261.html Email: Ratgirl@raleighrodentrescue.org
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Org # 1425 FosterHomesPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Other Types of Adoptable Animals

All Creatures Rescue & Sanctuary

We focus on rescuing small domesticated exotic animals such as guinea pigs and rabbits, which have needs that often cannot be met by regular animal shelters. We also help with rehabilitating wildlife and placing other animals, such as livestock, with other specialized rescue groups.
PO BOX 255, Swepsonville NC US 27359
http://allcreaturesrescue.org Email: allcreatures@mindspring.com
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Org # 2020 Animal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Control

The Charlotte/Mecklenburg Police Department- Animal Control Bureau is an agency committed to protecting the citizens of the community from stray, unvaccinated and dangerous animals; to protecting all animals from conditions harmful to their well being; and to promoting a harmonious bond between animals and people. We value providing humane care and treatment for the animals of this community and strive to offer healthy pets for adoption
8315 Byrum Dr., Charlotte NC US 28217 Ph:(704)336-3786
http://www.charmeck.nc.us/Departments/Animal+Control/Home.htm Email: LJosey@cmpd.org
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Org # 2015 ShelterRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

CLAWS Inc. (Creative Learning About Wildlife Species)

CLAWS is a local federally and state licensed 501(c)3 non-profit corporation that is dedicated to helping both native wildlife and exotic species through rehabilitation, rescue and education. Through rescue of exotic pets in need and rehabilitation of orphaned, injured and sick wildlife, we strive to help out those animals which nobody else can.
PO Box 17073, Chapel Hill NC US 27516 Ph:(919)619-0776
http://www.nc-claws.org Email: mrsclaws@nc-claws.org
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Org # 980 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Happy Hills Animal Foundation

Cheryl Routh started Happy Hills in 1982 as a boarding and grooming kennel. (boarding and grooming services are still offered). In 1986, she began taking in abandoned and abused animals, and putting them up for adoption. By 1989 the rescue work had grown so much that Happy Hills Animal Foundation was incorporated as a non-profit organization. Hundreds of dogs and cats, as well as other animals like potbellied pigs, rabbits, etc. have been rescued and adopted through Happy Hills. We are no-kill, and adoptable animals may stay with us weeks, months, even years before they find their forever home. Unfortunately, it is impossible to take in all the animals that need rescuing, and some are sent on to the county pound.
3143 Happy Hills Dr., Staley NC US 27355 Ph:(336)622-3620Fax:(336)622-3677
http://www.hhaf.org Email: info@hhaf.org
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Org # 12795 Other

natalies pets

its a 2 man home just trying to help animals in need of homes
1702 Kunz Drive, Spring Lake NC US 28390 Ph:(910)990-2363
Email2: sexy_natalie_edge@yahoo.com
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Org # 1969 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Other Types of Adoptable Animals

Triangle Iguana Rescue

Triangle Iguana Rescue primarily serves areas within North Carolina, although we have a few affiliates in surrounding states. Our main focus is education. We strive to equip iguana owners with information to enable them to learn how to properly care for their iguanas. We also provide adoption and limited rehabilitation/rescue services. There are far more iguanas needing placement than we can ever take, as they are housed in individual foster homes rather than a shelter. Numerous iguanas have been on the waiting list for a foster home for over 6 months. Many times, we are able to offer advice on husbandry practices that make it possible for the iguana to stay in the home and once again become a member of the family. We require a detailed application, available upon request. We also require a home visit before the iguana goes home with you. We do NOT ship. The adoption fee varies, mostly based on the size of the iguana.
PO Box 788, Morrisville NC US 27560
http://www.triangleiguanarescue.com Email: brant003@mc.duke.edu
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Found 7 matches in North Carolina
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