Picture of cause fund '"Adopt Dont Shop" (Rescue Dog Fund)'

"Adopt Dont Shop" (Rescue Dog Fund)

Picture of cause fund '"Adopt Dont Shop" (Rescue Dog Fund)'
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My Cause Fund is made up of San Francisco dog rescue organizations along with the Houston Humane Society who did a lot of work helping animals during Hurricane Harvey.

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Family Dog Rescue
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The purpose of the group is to save family-friendly dogs from California's high-kill shelters and place them with suitable families. All dogs will be carefully screened for good behavior and will receive proper veterinary care, including spay/neuter surgery and vaccinations, before being matched with appropriate adopters. The group will also provide sanctuary to a limited number of sick and/or under socialized dogs.
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Houston Humane Society
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The Houston Humane Society is dedicated to, and working towards, ending cruelty, abuse and the overpopulation of animals while providing the highest quality of life to those in our care. We receive no federal, state, or local government funding and rely solely on donations, program services, and special events. HHS is committed to creating awareness of animal welfare throughout the Houston community by providing numerous programs for Houston area residents and their pets, including pet adoptions, humane education, Animal crimes investigations, and Houston's best high volume, low cost spay/neuter and wellness clinic. With your help we can reduce animal suffering throughout the Houston area. Adoption, volunteering, education, participating in our special events, or making a donation to help support our programs, are all ways you can help HHS make a difference in lives of abused, homeless, and neglected animals.
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Muttville
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Muttville is a nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the way the world thinks about and treats older dogs, aged seven years and older, and to creating better lives for them through rescue, foster, adoption, and hospice.
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East Bay SPCA
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Since our founding in 1874, the East Bay SPCA has been a national leader in and advocate for animal welfare. Our shelter, adoption services and advocacy date back 140 years and our low-cost veterinary clinic established in 1927, was one of the first in the nation and still stands alone in our region. The East Bay SPCA is committed to the welfare of cats and dogs in the communities we serve. We strive to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing programs and education that support people and companion animals. We believe in keeping people and their pets together and provide affordable veterinary and spay/neuter services, and educate owners and the general public on responsible pet ownership with behavior and training classes and outreach to children and adults teaching humane values. We have two Adoption and Education Centers and three clinics in the community, serving Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
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San Francisco SPCA
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The San Francisco SPCA is a cat or dog's best friend in San Francisco. We are advocates for their welfare, attendants to their health, a safe place for them to land, and matchmakers to find them loving homes. We've been protesting and saving lives of the city's animals since 1868. The SF SPCA has set the goal to end animal abandonment in San Francisco by 2020. Help us make it happen.