Boston, Massachusetts Rescue Organizations - Cat-Friendly Listings

Massachusetts: Boston: Rescue Organizations

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Veterinarians & Specialists, Rescue Organizations, Sitters, Training & Obedience
Boylston Street
Back Bay
Boston, MA 02199
Boston Dogs Organization is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit specializing in dogs service; training, surrender intervention, walking, field trips, advise, and support four other nonprofit dog advocates. See out site for more info www.boston-dogs.org


Rescue Organizations
PO Box 120788
Boston, MA 02112
Greyhound Rescue


Rescue Organizations
PO Box 120788
Boston, MA 02112
Greyhound Welfare is a greyhound rescue and placement group. We place ex-racing greyhounds throughout the metropolitan Washington DC area, which means most of MD, VA and DC. Our goal is to make excellent placements, even if that means fewer placements.


Rescue Organizations
PO Box 120788
Boston, MA 02112
Greyhound Welfare is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and placement of ex-racing greyhounds. We operate and place dogs in two primary areas, the "Mid-Atlantic," which includes DC, MD, VA, WV, and parts of PA, and in "New England," which includes MA, RI and NH. Our dogs are housed in foster homes, not in kennels. Foster parents teach them how to start to adjust to life in the world outside race tracks. We help them learn to be housebroken, to get along with all breeds of dogs, and basically socialize them to anything and everything we can! For the most part, this does help their transition into an adoptive home quite a bit. Our dogs can be visited in their foster homes, and our adopters can speak with the dog's fosters to learn about the dog. We encourage visiting potential dogs before an adopter makes a decision -- and your dogs are welcome to visit too! To keep things sane for our foster homes, we limit visitation to approved adopters. If you are interested in any of our dogs, or in working with us, apply today!


Rescue Organizations
541 Cambridge St
Boston, MA 02134
Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled is a national nonprofit serving quadriplegic and other people with severe spinal cord injuries or mobility-impairments by providing highly trained monkeys to assist with daily activities. As live-in companions, our monkey helpers provide 20-30 years of service, bringing the gifts of independence, companionship, dignity and hope to the people they help. Helping Hands also educates thousands of young people annually in schools, camps, and youth programs through the Spinal Cord Injury Prevention Program (SCIPP.) SCIPP teaches preventive measures for safety awareness and making good choices, heightens sensitivity to the challenges of being disabled, and promotes understanding of the human-animal bond.


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
350 South Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02130
A great animal shelter that was recently renovated and upgraded. Check out the virtual tour on the web site :)


Animal Shelters, Rescue Organizations
350 South Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02130
Join the 2008 MSPCA Walk for Animals in Boston! Sunday, September 7th 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Boston Common, Boston, MA Walk with friends. For friends. This year's Walk will be held on Sunday, September 7th on the Boston Common. Our goal of raising $200,000 can only be achieved with your help. Please sign up today at www.walkforanimals.com! Encourage your friends, family and fellow animal lovers to do the same. Register today! Register online today at www.walkforanimals.com and receive a free webpage where you can collect donations and post photos of yourself and your furry teammates. You can register as an individual, join a team or form your own team and recruit friends! Registration is $25 and includes a Walk for Animals t-shirt at the event. Fundraising Incentives Help animals and get a prize! $300 raised: Free MSPCA-Angell pet bandana $500 raised: Free MSPCA-Angell bag $1,000 raised: Free digital camera $3,000 raised: Free digital photo frame $5,000 raised: Free portable GPS navigation system Fun Things You Can Expect at the Event: There will be plenty of activities during the day to entertain both dogs and their two-footed friends. On-site entertainment will include: raffles, prizes, food, contests, microchipping, behavior demonstrations, agility, kid's corner activities, crafts, music and more! Don't Have a Dog? For All of Those Cat and Small Animal Lovers... You can still participate! The MSPCA-Angell cares for all kinds of animals - and we need everyone's help to reach our goal. And for those cat lovers out there - we will have a cat table just for you! Interested in volunteering at the Walk? Contact Elli Plihcik at 617-541-5068.


Rescue Organizations
PO Box 35096
Boston, MA 02135
Underdog ResQ is a non-profit 501(c)(3) dog rescue dedicated to the rescue of adoptable dogs that may otherwise be euthanized in New England and the New York Tri-State Area animal shelters due to lack of resources and breed discrimination.

 Rescue Organizations:
  • Animal Rescue League
  • Boston Dogs Organization
  • Greyhound Welfare
  • Greyhound Welfare, Inc
  • Greyhound Welfare, Inc.
  • Helping Hands Monkey Hands
  • MassArf Dog Magazine -on line
  • MSPCA Boston Animal Care and Adoption Center
  • MSPCA Walk for Animals
  • Underdog ResQ

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