Kryss Rescue Center

Kryss Rescue Center is a non-profit no kill dog rescue organization serving Nevada and other areas. We are dedicated to rescuing dogs & puppies left homeless for whatever reason – dogs & puppies in public shelters where they are a high risk of euthanasia due to pet overpopulation, dogs & puppies given up by their owners because of difficult circumstances and those in danger of abuse and neglect.

2BU Youth Ranch

2BU Youth Ranch believes that all children are at risk in today’s environment. The ranch’s program utilizes horses to teach values of faith, trust, responsibility, and acceptance. The program also offers a hands-on approach with one youth, one horse, and one leader. The ranch’s mission is to promote faith, healing, hope and trust for youth with horses. We believe that each youth is unique and will come to the Ranch for his or her unique needs. Each session will be tailored to meet the individual needs, restore the heart and soul, and develop the strength of each child.

Tails High Inc

All volunteer and foster home-based, we rescue abandoned and homeless cats & kittens, socialize, spay/ neuter, and treat medically as needed to ready them for adoption by new families. Special needs cats are often accepted. Community outreach includes temporary care for cats when their humans are in abusive or homeless situations, a small food bank helps keep cats in their homes when possible.

A Little Bit of Heaven

Mission: Our Mission is to take in unwanted, mistreated, abused or neglected horses to rehabilitate and place them in good homes, thus preventing good horses from going to slaughter. Our goal is to help each horse find its purpose and give it a chance in life to meet its fullest potential.

Illinois Birddog Rescue

To transport, provide complete vetting and foster care for homeless English Pointers and English Setters.

Community Cat Coalition of Clark County C5

The mission of Community Cat Coalition of Clark County is to prevent cruelty to animals by protecting healthy free-roaming and feral cats in Clark County from cruel extermination methods and from non-medically directed euthanasia; this is accomplished through the implementation of a humane Trap-Neuter-Return program, management of outdoor cat colonies, and educational out-reach.
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