Freedom Ranch farm animal sanctuary provides temporary and permanent housing for animals without safe homes and animals who have been neglected or abused, allowing them to reside in a safe environment until they have been matched with a permanent residence or to live the remainder of their lives as permanent Freedom Ranch residents.
ASHEVILLE HUMANE SOCIETY IS DEDICATED TO PROMOTING THE COMPASSIONATE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS IN OUR COMMUNITY THROUGH EDUCATION, SHELTERING, AND ADOPTION.
The mission of Foothills Humane Society is to care for stray and surrendered companion animals within our community; prevent cruelty to animals and care for those who are victims of abuse and neglect; stem pet over population; reunite lost animals with their owners; adopt homeless and orphaned animals; and educate the public about responsible pet care and ownership.
Our Mission: Giving Pets a Second Chance
The Lenoir County SPCA is dedicated to improving the welfare of companion animals through:
Shelter and care for homeless, neglected & abused animals.
Adoption, Foster, & Rescue programs to place animals in loving homes.
Spay/Neuter education to decrease pet overpopulation.
Education on responsible pet ownership, animal advocacy, and how to report homeless, abused, and neglected animals.
Advocacy with local, state and national decision makers.
Helping provide green pastures and still waters to equine in need.
Bailey's Human Rescue intends to act as a liaison between animal welfare organizations and the community in order to improve the lives of domesticated animals. Bailey's Human Rescue will inform and educate the public about responsible pet stewardship by focusing on the importance of spaying or neutering household pets and feral cat colonies.
We are a Federally approved 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping cats and dogs. We were founded to find loving homes for adoptable animals, and promote responsible pet ownership throughout the county with an emphasis on spaying and neutering.
The Robeson County Humane Society Animal Shelter's volunteers and staff provide care for adoptable dogs and cats that live there until appropriate forever homes are found for them.
The Association: Advocates for the appropriate recognition and utilization of all roles in the Veterinary community including RVTs, Assistants, students, and support staff
- Invests in the future of VMT students by supporting student learning through Continuing Education
- Provide affordable continuing education
- Continues their involvement in outreach by informing the public about the roles of the whole
- Help donate to other non-profit animal groups in this state that many of you hold close to your heart