Partner Rescue Organizations
Animal Rescue Organizations
There are many reputable rescue organization. This list is not all inclusive, by all means. We will be updating frequently. If your rescue would like to be listed on this page, please contact us at email@example.com
The Homestead Animal Sanctuary
We believe in the support, rescue and rehabilitation of animals from abuse and neglect. Efforts and actions will focus primarily on farm animals and on animal welfare activities, such as: feeding, housing, maintaining and providing veterinary services for rescues. Additionally, we will provide for other such animal care related activities as may be desirable or required from time to time.
Friends of CITY DOGS Cleveland is a 501 (c)(3), volunteer run organization established in April 2020 with the mission of providing the animals taken in by Cleveland Animal Care and Control (CACC) with medical care and enrichment during their time at the kennel, preparing them for adoption into loving homes, and creating opportunities for potential adopters to get to know them as the great family members they were meant to be. Friends of CITY DOGS Cleveland is CACC’s primary fundraising partner. CACC is the exclusive beneficiary of the Friends’ fundraising efforts.
Chasing Hope Therapy Foundation
Chasing Hope Therapy Foundation was created in honor of our son, Chase Savage. He was adopted through foster care, and suffered horrific abuse in infancy, causing severe brain damage. Due to his disabilities, he attends multiple therapies, many times a week. Hippotherapy is one of those, and we are fortunate to have the resources to cover his therapy. But we discovered many families do not as therapy sessions are very expensive and most hippotherapy providers do not take insurance, especially Medicaid due to poor reimbursement and excessive paperwork. We are hoping to bridge the gap for families that would benefit from hippo therapy, but may not be able to afford it.
Fox Tale Sanctuary
Fox Tale Sanctuary rescues and provides a forever, loving home for captive bred foxes. Our goal is to provide the best overall care to each fox that we are fortunate enough to help, as well as to educate the public about fox ownership and increase awareness surrounding the existence of fur farming in the United States
Friendship Animal Protective League or Lorain County
Friendship APL is a private, independent, non-profit [501(c)(3)] humane society founded in Elyria, Ohio in 1957. We own and operate the largest animal shelter in Lorain County. Our members incorporated on August 30, 1957 as the Lorain County Animal Protective League. We changed our name to Friendship Animal Protective League on October 30, 2005.
Medina County SPCA
The mission of the Medina County SPCA is to care for and protect animals in our community from abuse, cruelty, neglect, injury and abandonment. Founded in 1985, the Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc., is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit humane society, locally governed by a volunteer board of directors. Our Federal ID is 34-1507786.
As the leading animal welfare organization in Medina County, we remain committed to protecting and caring for those animals who are unable to protect themselves.
Parma Animal Shelter
The Parma Animal Shelter, Inc. (“PAS”) has been organized for the purpose of raising funds to promote the following objectives:
Work to prevent animal cruelty, abuse and neglect.
Educate the public on the importance of spaying/neutering to control pet overpopulation.
Increase public awareness and appreciation of companion animals.
Assist in providing a stress-free, healthy environment for lost, abandoned, neglected and stray animals.
Provide emergency and wellness medical care for the PAS adoptable animals