Each month we select an organization who needs help.
Our Rescue Partners
Animal Rescues Without Borders -February 2023
Animal Rescuers Without Borders, Inc. is an animal rescue organization which consists of a group of dedicated volunteers who donate their time, resources, skills and energy toward the battle against the overpopulation of homeless pets and improving the lives of companion animals through rescue, fostering programs, adoption, pet care, educational programs and of course spaying and neutering.
Lucky Pup Dog Rescue -January 2023
Since 2010, Lucky Pup has rescued medium and small breed dogs (along with a few BIG mutts too!) from Southern California's highest kill shelters in the counties
Cat Adoption Service -December 2022
Is a no-kill, volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and permanent placement of homeless cats and kittens.
We have no "Main shelter"; instead, we have a network of foster homes throughout San Diego County where our cats reside when they are not at an adoption location.
Second Chance Dog rescue -November 2022
Second Chance Dog Rescue is one of San Diego’s largest non-profit 501c3 organizations, dedicated to saving homeless dogs since 2008. We rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs, SCDR provides medical care, including spay and neuter, and a loving foster home. We regularly save over 500 each year. WOOF!
Saving One Life -October 2022
At Saving One Life Animal Rescue and Sanctuary, our mission is to protect and provide for at-risk companion animals through adoption, sanctuary, colony management, collaboration, and outreach with an unwavering commitment to a never-kill philosophy.
Baja Paws -September 2022
Baja Paws Rescue is a small volunteer and foster run, non-profit organization dedicating our time, homes, cars, and hearts to saving and rescuing animals. Their mission is to rescue underprivileged cats and dogs from Southern and Baja California. In their care, they receive medical attention, tons of love, and socialization that is provided by their community of fosters. Baja Paws's ultimate mission is to place pets in their forever homes.
Rescue House -August 2022
The Rescue House, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to assisting cats through its rescue,foster and adoption activities. We find loving homes for unwanted, abandoned, homeless and abused cats. We open our arms to socialized, people-friendly cats that need assistance, regardless of age and often regardless of handicap. We find good homes for every cat that we take in – we are a true no-kill cat rescue organization.
The Barking Lot -July 2022
We're passionate. We're non-profit. And we're volunteer-run.
Since 2010, we've rescued over 5,000 dogs, finding happy homes for abandoned dogs scheduled for euthanasia at other shelters.
In November 2016, we started our partnership with Soi Dog Foundation based in Thailand. We've rescued and flown in one group of dogs per month since, all survivors of the illegal dog meat trade
Friends of Cats -June 2022
Since 1929 Friends of Cats in El Cajon, California has been a sheltering place for homeless cats awaiting adoption or living in safe sanctuary. Cats are free to roam the interior rooms and we are a true no kill shelter.
The Animal Pad -May 2022
The Animal Pad is a non-profit, all breed dog rescue that focuses on saving dogs from high kill shelters and the streets of Mexico.
Our Goal..…is to build, operate and maintain a no-kill animal sanctuary. This would be the model to expand into other cities, and help others who would like to create similar shelters.
East County Animal Rescue- April 2022
Established in 2002, East County Animal Rescue is a grassroots effort of volunteers who are passionate about helping animals in need within the San Diego community. Many of our volunteers have dedicated their lives to helping animals. As the only rescue in the area executing TNR, we are most often found out on the streets of the community going to great lengths to spay and neuter animals. Often, we are the organization that steps in when others can't or won't.
The Feral Cat Coalition -January 2022
The Feral Cat Coalition is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the overpopulation of feral and abandoned cats through free, humane Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR).
Founded in 1992, Feral Cat Coalition has spayed and neutered more than 50,000 community cats, 24,000 of which surgeries were performed at our stationary clinic Feral and Friends, which opened in 2012.
Frosted Faces Foundation- February-March
Frosted Faces Foundation became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2014. For two years they recruited and supported over 200 families to love abandoned senior dogs “Frosted Faces” as their own, and they funded the lifelong medical care and supplies as an incentive for those extraordinary families. In 2017 they started their Frosted Feline program to rescue senior cats as well.
"Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever."
- Karen Davison.