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Animal Shelters in Oregon by Name   (Page 10 of 11)

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Org # 13125 AdvocacyFosterHomesOtherRescueSpay/NeuterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Save the Pets

MISSION STATEMENT Our purpose is to reduce the overpopulation problem in our community and to improve the quality of life for our pets. ABOUT SAVE THE PETS Save the Pets is a non-profit 501(c) (3). Their goal is to help eliminate the pet overpopulation problem by increasing adoption rates in our community and educating people on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. They help local shelters and rescue groups by creating a venue to showcase their animals that are available for adoption. They have proven that off-site adoption events are successful which inspires them to move forward with their goal of opening an animal adoption center. Save the Pets is run solely by volunteers who advocate for the rights of animals to be treated with the respect and kindness they deserve. To date Save the Pets has helped to place over 300 animals into loving home since thier inception in April 2007. FUTURE PLANS Eventually Save the Pets plans on launching a capital campaign to open a conveniently located animal adoption center for animals to be viewed 7 days a week by potential adopters. Save the Pets believes that a center would improve adoption rates because of the convenience and friendly environment they envision. It would also serve as a rehabilitation center for animals who have never been inside a home or for some that are terrified from past experiences or their time confined in a cage. Save the Pets feels that creating a safe environment for the animals would allow them to thrive and, in some cases, regain their loss of trust. The center would constitute a home-like atmosphere where cats are free to roam, perch or enjoy sunning themselves in a cozy bed, and where dogs can lounge on a comfy couch, take a walk around the community or go home in the evening with a volunteer or staff member for a "doggy sleepover". There are thousands of homeless animals in Lane County alone and many end up in shelters or have a worse fate on the streets fending for themselves. Some are euthanized simply due to lack of space. This is no fault of the shelters or rescue groups who dedicate their lives to saving animals. Save the Pets wants to alleviate some of the burden placed on these groups and unite for the greater good of the animals.
Po Box 5905, Eugene OR US 97405 Ph:(541)683-7387
http://www.savethepets.net Email: savethepetseugene@gmail.com
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Org # 1240 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Saving Grace Animal Shelter

GOALS * Prevent cruelty to animals through responsible pet ownership, public awareness and education. * Increase successful animal adoptions to qualified owners. * Increase the animal return-to-owner ratio. * Improve the shelter facilities in Douglas County. * Recruit and utilize an effective volunteer network to assist with shelter operations. * Capitalize on donations, fund raising and grant possibilities as a non-profit management group. * Diversify and increase the marketing and networking . * Reduce the number of animals that must be destroyed each year. * Develop innovative animal management practices.
943 Del Rio Rd PO Box 803, Winchester OR US 97495 Ph:(541)672-3907
http://www.savinggrace.info Email: savinggrace@mbol.us
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Org # 4823 AdvocacyFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Dogs

Senior Dog Rescue of Oregon

Senior Dog Rescue of Oregon is a non-profit group of volunteers based in Philomath, Oregon. We are an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Senior Dog Rescue of Oregon was organized in 1998. Our goal is to rescue older dogs who are homeless and place them with permanent loving families. We prefer to take dogs 6 years and older, but no dog is turned away regardless of age. Our senior dogs come to us from a variety of places. Local shelters contact us when they receive an older dog if they are limited on space. Owners who are moving to assisted living facilities ask us to find new homes for their beloved pets. And, families of deceased owners will often contact us to place a pet who has lost their owner. Our dogs live in foster homes while waiting for the right people to adopt them. This allows us to evaluate the dogs in a normal home environment, and give the prospective new owner/s a very accurate description. This way we can match a dog with the perfect home.
PO Box 1051, Philomath OR US 97370 Ph:(541)929-4100
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OR85.html Email: faria@pioneer.net
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Shelter Animal Resource Alliance (SARA)

Shelter Animal Resource Alliance is a non profit organization based in the Eugene/Springfield area of Oregon (in Lane County). Our mission is to rescue, assist and advocate for shelter animals. We work primarily with local animal control shelters, and we assist other shelters and rescue groups when funds permit.
871 River Rd, Eugene OR US 97404 Ph:(541)607-8892
http://www.sarasavesanimals.org Email: dianar@epud.net
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Southern Oregon Humane Society

The Southern Oregon Humane Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of dogs and cats in Jackson County. Incorporated in February 1928, the Society serves the community by providing shelter and adoption services for displaced pets, by reducing pet overpopulation through spay and neuter programs, by providing humane education to our community and by our commitment to a “full adoption� policy for our shelter.
2910 Table Rock Road, Medford OR US 97850 Ph:(541)779-3215
http://www.southernoregonhumane.org Email: Bill@southernoregonhumane.org Email2: danielle@southernoregonhumane.org
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Strand of Hope

Strand of Hope is a stray and feral cat rescue. All pets are adopted out of foster homes.
4165 Sunbeam CT. S.E., Salem OR US 97302 Ph:(503)363-5227Fax:(503)362-4738
Email: strand_of_hope@hotmail.com Email2: inglishgirl_15@msn.com
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Org # 4908 AdvocacyFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

Stray Cat Alliance

The SCA is dedicated to: prorviding low-income cat caregivers and guardians with support, advice, and financial assistance for cat food, spay/neuter services, and veterinary care; assisting people who care for feral cat colonies; encouraging people to feed, spay and neuter and care for stray cats in their area; educating the public about the importance of spaying and netuering companion animals; preventing cruelty, abuse and neglect of cats; serving as a resource of another animal welfare organizations.
PO Box 26043, Eugene OR US 97402 Ph:(541)341-3974
http://www.straycatalliance.com Email: fixcats@hotmail.com
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Org # 4909 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

Suwannee Valley Feline Rescue Inc. Eugene Division

We are part of the coast to coast Suwannee Valley Feline Rescue Inc. A Not-For-Profit Corp.with the H.Q. located in Live Oak, Florida. We are a NO-KILL Shelter, trying to Finding Homes For The Homeless
190 E 32nd Ave, Eugene OR US 97405 Ph:(541)687-5670
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OR49.html Email: reigningkatz@cpplus1.com
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Timmieland Rescue

Timmieland Rescue is not a 501c3 organization, but I do have a small network of transporters and volunteers. My goal is to prevent the euthanasia of adoptable animals who find themselves at kill shelters, and give them a second chance at life. My adoption fees range from $50-$250, and all dogs are UTD on shots and spayed/neutered before they are adopted out. NO ANIMAL WILL BE SHIPPED OUT OF STATE OR ALLOWED TO BREED
2631 12th Ave, Forest Grove OR US 97116 Ph:(503)784-4435
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OR112.html Email: nikita2520022002@yahoo.com
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Wallowa County Humane Society

We are located in Wallowa County which has a population of six to eight thousand. Enterprise, pop. 2 thousand plus is the county seat and we hold our meetings at Cloud Nine Bakery in Enterprise. Our group consists of six to nine active members. We have no shelter and most of our dogs are housed by a member while waiting for a home. Most of our members already have pets of their own.
207 East Garfield Street, Enterprise OR US 97828 Ph:(541)426-4170
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/OR34.html Email: rechurch@eoni.com
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