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No-Kill Animal Shelters in Indiana by Name   (Page 1 of 2)

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Org # 11230 ShelterRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Americas Basenji Rescue

Rescue and support for the Basenji and Shiba Inu
2589 South Roena St, Indianapolis IN US 46241 Ph:(317)507-6540
http://www.basenjirescue.us Email: keath@basenjirescue.us
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Org # 3190 RescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Amys K9 Working Dog Rescue

We are s amall private rescue with a Big Goal helping unwanted and needy dogs find loving & responsible new families. We are an alternative to a shelter, at our rescue our adoptables are given special one on one time most of our rescues are house broke, crate trained, and have had basic obedience training prior to adoption. All of our rescues are temperament tested so we can ensure we have matched the right dog with the right family. If you are interested in adopting and do not live in the state of Indiana I encourage you to contact us we do adopt our rescues to families living in other states however we do not ship any of our rescues you must be willing to travel. We Work With Pure Bred Dogs from the AKC Working Group Rottweilers, Boxer, Doberman Pinscher, Mastiff, Great Dane, Etc. We also work with some of the Small Breeds as well Please visit our website for more information.
, New Salisbury IN US 47161
http://www.workingdogrescue.homestead.com Email: Amysk9s@aol.com
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Org # 3140 ShelterFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Animal Protection Association (APA)

The Animal Protection Association (APA) was organized in August 1999. It is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization and operates solely on monies from donations and fund raising. Mission: To rescue and secure good homes for stray and abandoned animals, promote humane education in local schools and community and prevent cruelty to animals through spay/neuter programs. We are a no-kill shelter. APA is located at 425 Meigs Avenue in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The use of this facility is donated and only cats can be housed there. Dogs are adopted through a foster care program. Since its formation, APA has rescued and adopted over 550 cats, 35 dogs, 1 rabbit and several birds. Before placing these animals all were spayed or neutered, vaccinated and tested for heartworms and leukemia. Since we are a no-kill shelter, no healthy animal was euthanized. We have an outreach program at Feeders Supply in Clarksville and Superpetz in New Albany for adoptions. Two cages are kept at Feeders and one at Superpetz with cats for adoption. Feeders Supply and Kentucky Humane Society also sponsors APA in our biggest money making project Picture Your Pet with Santa. APA has written over 100 spay/neuter vouchers that are usually between $20 and $35. We also have helped with vet bills for people who have great need and have purchased medicine and food as well. Since humane education is so important in our community, APA works with the local schools as much as possible. APA has several junior members and we work closely with the Animal Awareness Club at River Valley Middle School and the Humane Society Club at Jeffersonville High School. Presentations are made upon request to any elementary through high school class in this area. Since there is a proven link between abuse to animals and abuse in families, APA sees a real need to teach empathy and compassion to our children. Learning compassion for animals has a definite carryover in compassion to people. APAs biggest asset is its body of volunteers. There are over thirty dedicated and giving people who give our animals so much more than basic care. We have been extremely blessed in finding quality people. Volunteers go to the shelter every morning and evening. They clean cages, pet and groom the cats as well as answer phone calls. APAs dream is to have our own facility where we can house dogs as well as cats. We need this facility to be a state-of-the art secure facility where we can continue to help the animals in our community.
425 Meigs Ave., Jeffersonville IN US 47130 Ph:(812)283-6555
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN166.html Email: info@apa-pets.org
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Org # 3149 ShelterRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Animal Rescue Fund

Some ARF Facts: * ARF was founded in 1998 out of a profound love and respect for animals and a desire to end needless death and suffering. * ARF is a "no kill" shelter meaning that every healthy, adoptable animal is guaranteed a home. We do not euthanize because of age, breed, or illness. Animals are given any medical care needed- treated for heartworm, broken legs repaired, and all are spayed or neutered. * The ARF Animal House provides shelter to rescued animals until suitable homes can be found. Some animals have been at ARF 2 years before getting a home. During their stay at ARF, animals aren't kept in crates or kennels. Each animal is paired with similar sized animals and share a room equipped with a toddler bed, toys, and most have a window to look out. While humans are there, they are free to roam around the house not confined to their rooms! * ARF is funded 100% through donations as a private, non-profit organization.
1209 W. Riggins Rd, Muncie IN US 47303 Ph:(765)282-2733
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN29.html Email: trumpy25@hotmail.com
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Org # 3585 RescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

Cast-A-Way Cats

Please consider donating to this organization if you do not want to adopt. The medical and food costs continue to rise and the number of animals continues upward as well. Small Not-For-Profit organizations like myself can not keep rescueing these unwanted without your help. Help me- keep helping them.:) Cast-A-Way Cats is a small, NOT FOR PROFIT,NO KILL,privately operated rescue organization.The shelter is my home and the cats have the run of it. Adoptions / veiwings are by appointment only. My cats are not caged,they are treated as part of the family so they get the best socialization possible. As with most rescue organizations, i am always in need of help and supplies. My wish lists grows faster than my pay checks come in. Any one care to DONATE ? I could use standard supplies like bleach,litter boxes, litter,cat food,goat chow,hay,straw,mops,paper towels & plates, and always any monetary donation goes directly into the shelter for the above named supplies and constantly growing medical bills.
656 N 700 W, Hobart IN US 46342 Ph:(219)759-2285
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN281.html Email: dahms656@msn.com
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Non-Profit
No-Kill

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Org # 7493 RescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

CPR Fund

The CPR Fund is an all-breed, all-foster rescue. Dogs due to be euthanized at local animal shelters are taken in, fully vetted, and cared for in individual homes until forever families are found.
PO Box 303, Lowell IN US 46356 Ph:(219)308-531Fax:(219)310-8550
http://www.cprfund.com Email: cprfund@comcast.net Email2: info@cprfund.com
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Non-Profit
501(c)3
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Org # 997 ShelterFosterHomesSpay/NeuterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs Pictures of Animals for AdoptionView Other Types of Adoptable Animals

Humane Society Calumet, Area, Inc.

The Humane Society Calumet Area, working within a No-Kill philosophy, provides shelter and medical treatment for unwanted and abandoned animals while finding loving adopting homes. It promotes population control, kindness and ethical treatment through education and example.
421 45th Ave., Munster IN US 46321 Ph:(219)922-3811
http://www.hscalumet.org Email: info@hscalumet.org
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Non-Profit
501(c)3
No-Kill
Special Need Animals
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Humane Society of Clark County

We are a no kill, non-profit (we are a 501c3 org. all donations are deductible) humane society serving Clark County, IN and surrounding areas. Our mission is to prevent cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals and the extension of humane education
2702 Middle Rd., Jeffersonville IN US Ph:(812)285-8703
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN134.html
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Org # 11434 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Indiana Petite Paws Rescue, Inc.

Focusing on the rescue of the Yorkshire Terrier, but no canine paw too small. Our Home Office Base is located in NW Indiana. We do not have a Shelter Facility. We use private Foster Homes, volunteers and members that are available statewide and in our sister states of Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization. Donations are tax-deductible. We are an Indiana Corporation.
Po Box 74, Boone Grove IN US 46302 Ph:(419)615-9477
http://www.petitepaws.org Email: info@petitepaws.org Email2: petitepaws@gmail.com
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Org # 13082 Rescue

JKL Equine Rescue

I already have a listing her with a non working email address also at this time we are at full capicity and are not accepting any animals in the rescue aslo we do have many wonderful animals needing new loving homes Judy Mayes
Po Box 42 222 Madison, Montezuma IN US 47862
http://www.jklequineandfarmanimalrescue.petfinder.org Email: kmayes0677@sbcglobal.net
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Horses
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