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Animal Shelters in Oregon by Name   (Page 2 of 11)

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Org # 3329 AdvocacyFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Best Friends of Baker Inc.

* To start a year round fully operational shelter with medical care * Neuter/Spay clinics and financial assistance * Active foster care program * Active adoption program that ensures visibility of animal for placement that ensures humane treatment, care * Quality lifestyle * Education program that includes humane methods for obedience training, spay/neuter awareness and general information for the pet owner through the media. * Advocacy in preventing cruelty, neglect and inhumane treatment to animals * Alternative care that reduces government expense
PO Box 183, Baker City OR US 97814 Ph:(541)519-7387
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/OR148.html Email: bestfriendsofbaker@yahoo.com
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Org # 1123 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Blue Mountain Humane Association

We are a tax-deductible non-profit humane organization with the primary mission of operating the Louise M. McNeely Animal Shelter in La Grande, Oregon. We also are committed to educating community members about responsible pet ownership as well as the ethical treatment of all animals. Our success will help ensure that people and animals can safely coexist and live within the law.
3212 Highway 30, La Grande OR US 97850 Ph:(541)963-0807
http://www.bmhumane.org Email: bmha@eoni.com
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Org # 1468 ShelterAnimal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Bonnie L Hays Small Animal Shelter of Washington County

Our Mission: to serve and protect the people and animals of Washington County in a professional and courteous manner by: educating our residents promoting humane treatment of animals enforcing animal laws providing shelter and care for lost and homeless dogs and cats respecting the needs of our customers.
1901 SE 24th Ave MS53, Hillsboro OR US 97123 Ph:(503)846-7041
http://www.co.washington.or.us/deptmts/at/dog/dog.htm Email: animal_services@co.washington.or.us
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Org # 3392 AdvocacyFosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Other Types of Adoptable Animals

Cascade Ferret Network

The Cascade Ferret Network (CFN), a 501(C)(3) tax exempt corporation, is different from traditional ferret shelters: instead of housing the ferrets in a single place, the CFN depends upon a network of qualified foster homes, each of which cares for only a few ferrets at a time.The Cascade Ferret Network provides humane care and adoption opportunities for rescued, abandoned, abused, or otherwise homeless domestic ferrets. Loving temporary or permanent homes are provided by a network of qualified foster parents until an adoption opportunity matches a ferret with a good home. The CFN provides advice, referrals and volunteer opportunities.
PO Box 14884, Portland OR US 97293 Ph:(503)231-0887
http://www.cascade-ferret.org Email: ferret@cascade-ferret.org
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Org # 5576 AdvocacyRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView Other Types of Adoptable Animals

Cascades Raptor Center

CRC is a non-profit nature center and wildlife hospital founded in 1987. In its first few years, the educational programs of the Raptor Center only took birds to schools and public events, but in early 1994, CRC moved to its current location on a wooded hillside in southeast Eugene and opened to the public. CRC is a non-profit nature center and wildlife hospital founded in 1987. In its first few years, the educational programs of the Raptor Center only took birds to schools and public events, but in early 1994, CRC moved to its current location on a wooded hillside in southeast Eugene and opened to the public. CRC is a non-profit nature center and wildlife hospital founded in 1987. In its first few years, the educational programs of the Raptor Center only took birds to schools and public events, but in early 1994, CRC moved to its current location on a wooded hillside in southeast Eugene and opened to the public. CRC's Mission is to preserve a healthy, viable population of birds of prey and other wildlife in their natural habitat. To accomplish this, CRC has two primary goals: Public Education designed to enhance the awareness, respect, appreciation, and care of the earth and all its inhabitants so critical for a balanced and healthy planet. CRC uses live, permanently disabled/non-releasable birds, along with visual media and written material, to create a positive, first-hand experience of wildlife through ◊ on-site visits to the Nature Center ◊ off-site presentations and exhibits at schools and public events. Rehabilitation and release of orphaned, sick, and injured wildlife, primarily birds of prey (raptors), using the highest standards of medical treatment and care, and the best facilities possible.
32275 Fox Hollow Road PO Box 5386, Eugene OR US 97405 Ph:(541)485-1320Fax:(541)485-4586
http://www.eraptors.org Email: info@eRaptors.org
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Org # 966 ShelterAdvocacyHospitalPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

Cat Adoption Team

The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is the Pacific Northwest’s largest non-profit, no-kill cat shelter and hospital. CAT rescues, rehabilitates and places the community’s abandoned, neglected and injured cats and kittens into loving, lifetime homes. CAT not only partners with the community but with local county shelters, other rescue groups and veterinary offices to take in cats that might otherwise be euthanized due to medical problems or space constraints. CAT saves more than 2,500 lives per year and relies heavily on the support of the public and generous volunteers.
14175 SW Galbreath Drive, Sherwood OR US 97140 Ph:(503)925-8903
http://www.catadoptionteam.org Email: contactus@catadoptionteam.org
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Cat Adoption Team

The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is the Pacific Northwest’s largest non-profit, no-kill cat shelter with its own full service on-site veterinary hospital. CAT rescues, rehabilitates and places the community’s abandoned, neglected and injured cats and kittens into loving, lifetime homes.
14175 Sw Galbreath Dr., Sherwood OR US 97140 Ph:(503)925-8903Fax:(503)925-8888
http://www.catadoptionteam.org Email: contactus@catadoptionteam.org Email2: rachelw@catadoptionteam.org
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Chimps Inc

Chimps Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(C)3-1 wildlife sanctuary dedicated to furthering chimpanzee conservation through education. It was founded by Lesley Day in 1995 in response to the multitude of captive chimpanzees desperately in need of homes. Our private sanctuary provides a place of refuge for those apes and big cats that have come from roadside zoos, entertainment industry and the private sector.
Po Box 6973, Bend OR US 97708 Ph:(541)385-3372Fax:(541)389-6032
http://www.chimps-inc.org Email: chimpsinc@yahoo.com
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Chimps, Inc

CHIMPS INC. is a nonprofit 501(C)3-1 organization dedicated to furthering chimpanzee conservation through education. Here at our private sanctuary, CHIMPS INC. offers a recuperative home for released chimpanzees to live out their lives in dignity. Many chimpanzees in the United States suffer for the first 13 to 14 years of their lives in biomedical research, the entertainment field, or parks/zoos. Upon reaching adolescence, chimpanzees make the life threatening mistake of growing up. Traditionally, euthanasia was the next step, meaning that retirement centers and sanctuaries have not been necessary. Now that we are more aware of the 98.4% genetic compatibility of the chimpanzees to humans, it is no longer morally acceptable to murder our sibling species. Chimpanzees that have dedicated their lives to the human cause now find themselves unwanted and forgotten. Because no chimpanzee ever volunteered to be enslaved by humans, we are once again left to clean up our mess. Humans have the power to enslave these individuals for selfish purposes. Now we must ensure that their contribution to humanity is rewarded by providing them with the best possible care for the remainder of their years (which can reach beyond 50 years).
PO Box 6973, Bend OR US 97708 Ph:(541)330-8159
http://www.chimps-inc.com/chimps3.html Email: chimps@bendnet.com
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Org # 642 Shelter

Clackamas County Dog Services

2104 Kaen Road, Oregon City OR US 97045 Ph:(503)655-8628
http://www.co.clackamas.or.us/dc/index.jsp Email: dogcontrol@co.clackamas.or.us
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