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Animal Shelters in Indiana by Name   (Page 3 of 23)

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Org # 7058 Animal Control

Animal Control Shelter

2730 Arnold St., Columbus IN US 47203 Ph:(312)376-2505
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Org # 3124 FosterHomesRescue

Animal House Rescue

***This organization is no longer in operation
, Garrett IN US 46738

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Org # 3147 ShelterRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Animal Labor of Love Foundation

I founded, The Animal Labor of Love Foundation in 1998, my business, and I am dedicated to saving loving animals, and preparing them for a journey to a new, safe, and loving world. Every year in Lawrence, Orange, and Monroe County, severy hundreds of loving animals are taken to the animal shelters, or dumped on county roads, simply because they drastically outnumber the responsible pet owners available to them. They are alone, they are voiceless, and most of them are euthanized, or worst. These animals were not asked to be born into a society such as this. As their lives silently end, several hundred more pets are being born, and the cycle continues because of the local puppy mills that mass produce for quanity and not quality, or the back yard breeder that wants to make easy money at the expense of a defenseless animal. It continues because there is no mandatory spay/neuter law that is enforced by our local city/county governments. The abuse and neglect continues because our local city/county governments do not put a value on a childs life, little lone the life of an animal. The animals I take in come to me in all shapes, colors, sizes, and ages. I do not discriminate against any breed. There have been times that I have had to turn them away because of not having a place to put them. Some are victims of abuse/neglect, abandoned: others from loving homes of which the owner has passed away or been placed in a nursing home. Some are purebred, and obedienced trained. The animals I am able to rescue never have to worry about how many days they can stay. I do not run a shelter, I do not euthanize any animal unless their total medical situation confirms that it would be the kindest thing that I could do for that particular animal. Each animal that I take in receives a full medical checkup by Dr. Karen Rusch of Spring Mill Veterinary Service in Mitchell, Indiana. They are heartworm tested, vaccinated against distemper, parvo, rabies, and bordatella. They are spay/neutered, and fully groomed. I never have to get "rid" of any of them; they are here until I can find that special family that truly deserves to have them. I require an application, with references, be completed by everyone interested in adopting one of my kids. The funding to run this rescue comes from my pet grooming/boarding business "The Dog Club", and donations from my clients. I especially, would not be able to do what I do if it wasn't for Dr. Rusch, and her staff. She has helped me tremendously with my effort in caring for these wonderful animals. At the present, I do not have any volunteers. I do charge an adoption fee, ranging from $50 - $200, but it in no way covers the expense, and time it takes in caring for these animals twenty-four seven, indefinitely. So why do I do it? It's a "LABOR OF LOVE". I do require applicaitons, home checks, fenced in yard, Veterinarian references for atleast 3 years. We do reserve the right to refuse any application. I will adopt outside of my area, but I refuse to ship any animal to the new owner. If you would like to donate money, time, materials, please do not hesitate to do so. You can arrange a visit by calling me at 812-849-4889. I am usually available during normal business hours, but try to accomodate other schedules.
PO Box 113 1482 East Grissom, Mitchell IN US 47446 Ph:(812)849-4889
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN207.html Email: TdogClub@cs.com
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Animal Medical Center

We're a veterinary care facility located on the east side of Indianapolis. Pet care with a heart.
8040 E. Washington, Indianapolis IN US 46219 Ph:(317)897-0951
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN143.html
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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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Animal Protection Coalition

Animal Protection Coalition: a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, that has combined manpower and resources to make a difference not only in the lives of our domesticated animals, but also in the laws regarding them. With your help, the organization plans to move ahead to meet the increasing needs of the animal care, education and protection. Please join us in this fight and become a member! All membership fees go to care for rescued animals! Call or write for more information on the ways in which you can help us save these, and many more wonderful animals!
916 S. Prairie Ave., Frankfort IN US 46077 Ph:(765)659-5209
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN168.html Email: APC@ccwave.net
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Org # 2825 AdvocacyRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Animal Protection league

We are a diverse group of individuals,who with the help of generous donations from our community,are dedicated to helping animals live better lives and educating the public on animal welfare issues.
PO Box 2242, Anderson IN US 46018 Ph:(765)278-9435
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN309.html Email: petsareforever@hotmail.com
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Org # 5907 Rescue

Animal Rescue

10655 E. 300 S., Zionsville IN US 46077 Ph:(317)873-6324
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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
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Animal Sanctuary Inc.

Animal Sanctuary Inc. is a non-profit rescue that began when one of our foster homes lived in Greene County. Due to the overwelming amount of animals that were dumped on their property, our rescue was formed. Most of our foster homes our now in Bloomington, yet we still take in our animals from the Greene County Humane Society due to the fact that they have a 65% euthanasia rate. If you see an animal on their website you are interested in, please contact us and we will make sure to take it in to one of our homes so that it will not be euthanised.
1001 S. St Rd 446, Bloomington IN US 47401 Ph:(812)330-1594
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/IN270.html Email: ajlangley@bluemarble.net
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