Animal Rescue is all about networking; coming together as a community to help save animals.  

Here are other organizations that provide a variety of services in the effort to save as many animals as we can.  

Scroll down to find FREE ways you can help feed shelter pets everyday! 

Set in Pennsylvania's Appalachian Mountains NE of Harrisburg, The Best Little Cat House in PA is one of the nations longest established organizations providing hospice care for cats.

The Best Little Cat House in PA is an IRS 501 (c) 3 'Not for Profit' organization. For 30 years Lynn Stitt and a dedicated team of volunteers have run the shelter for old, sick and terminally ill cats. Cats brought into the shelter including ones that have been diagnosed with Feline Aids (FIV) and Feline Leukemia (FeLV) can live out their lives in a warm, caring almost family environment and are provided with the best food and care possible.

Alex Yer  Art

Talented local artist Alex Yer loves animals. In an attempt to help facilitate adoptions and garner attention for our rescue kitties, Alex volunteers her time and talent drawing beautiful portraits of our foster cats.
 

Anyone who adopts one of the featured cats in the artwork will receive the portrait free with adoption.
 

Click on the link below and you can purchase a custom piece of your own beloved pet from Alex.

Bath, Body and Candle Moments

A locally owned business here on Staten Island, we are very grateful that Bath Body & Candle Moments have been donating a portion of their sales to us.


"a small company dedicated to creating hand-crafted natural bath, body, and candle products that have a little bit of attitude. We pride ourselves on using the highest quality botanicals and plant-derived oils and waxes. All of our products are vegan and cruelty-free, and we support animal rescue. We believe in offering transparent labeling with ingredients gifted from nature. Sassy and classy, we create snarky joy from life's little moments.

As a company whose main vision is to protect Earth's creatures, we are proud to support Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue by donating a portion of our profits to this charity."

Hope Harbor Animal Society

About Us

Hope Harbor Animal Society was formed in 2012 to help pets that are having a hard time being adopted out at other animal welfare organizations.  We collaborate with other shelters that may be overwhelmed with the pets in their care, and provide individualized care for these animals that may require more training, medical care or TLC.  This allows the other shelters to focus more on the other animals in their care, and increases the chances of these special needs animals finding success, forever homes.  Hope Harbor Animal Society also adopts out animals transferred from other animal welfare organizations that may not have any special needs, but simply come to Hope Harbor because the shelter they came from was overfilled.

Animal Refuge League of Portland

About Us
 

The mission of the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland (ARLGP) is to provide temporary care and shelter for stray, abandoned, confiscated and relinquished animals, and to place as many as possible into responsible and caring homes; to work to create awareness and support for the humane treatment of all animals; to end animal overpopulation through education and the promotion of spaying and neutering; to make end-of-life decisions based on safety and animal welfare considerations.

Maddie's Fund

About Us


The Maddie's Fund® mission is to revolutionize the status and well-being of companion animals.

Maddie's Fund® is a family foundation endowed by the founder of Workday® and PeopleSoft, Dave Duffield and his wife, Cheryl. Maddie's Fund is helping to achieve and sustain a no-kill nation by providing solutions to the most challenging issues facing the animal welfare community through its grant giving, hands-on animal care, and research and education.

 

Maddie's Fund is named after the family's beloved Miniature Schnauzer who passed away in 1997.

The Animal Rescue Site

HERE IS A FREE WAY TO HELP FEED SHELTER ANIMALS EVERY DAY!

Click on the link to the left to visit the website. Each FREE click on the purple button at The Animal Rescue Site website provides food and care for a shelter animal. Click today and every day!'Like' us today and learn about other FREE ways you can help animals in need every day.

FreeKibble.com

THIS IS ANOTHER FREE WAY TO HELP DONATE TO FEED SHELTER PETS.

Click the link above to visit the website and answer fun Trivia Questions every day. Right or wrong, you win! Click on an answer, and every day you do, we'll provide 10 pieces of kibble to Animal Shelters to help feed their hungry dogs and cats.  The more you play, the more kibble for the dogs and cats!

New Hope Rescue Ranch

About Us

New Hope Rescue Ranch is a 501 (c)(3) organization.  We started and will continue our rescue work on Facebook through our Temporary Cat Fostering page.  We hope to do more by becoming a New Hope Partner to the NYC Animal Care and Control.  Right now we focus on providing temporary fosters or "Cat Temps" to other rescues, adopters and people under duress who fear having to give up their pets to kill shelters.

 

Run by Catherine Citrano, who has opened her home to foster 100 cats from Staten Island Hope and other animal rescues, this page was designed to facilitate rescues' adoptions when there is a need for temporary fostering. Temporary fosters offer both a place and the time necessary to help save a cat from death.

 

It is also a place to post pleas for any situation (hospitalization, eviction, transition) that requires a pet owner to seek out a temporary foster or Cat Temp.

 

Email at: cattemps@gmail.com

"CAT TEMPS" Temporary Cat Fostering

About Us


Run by Catherine Citrano, who has opened her home to foster 100 cats from Staten Island Hope and other animal rescues, this page was designed to facilitate rescues' adoptions when there is a need for temporary fostering. Temporary fosters offer both a place and the time necessary to help save a cat from death.

 

It is also a place to post pleas for any situation (hospitalization, eviction, transition) that requires a pet owner to seek out a temporary foster or Cat Temp.

 

Email at: cattemps@gmail.com

Louie's Legacy

About Us


Louie's Legacy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization non-profit, grassroots all-breed animal rescue which saves, rehabilitates and rehomes animals from high-kill shelters across the United States. Louie's Legacy operates in Cincinnati, OH and Staten Island, NY.

 

General Information To Contact Ohio:

info@louieslegacy.org

(513) 65-LOUIE (513-655-6843)

 

To Contact Staten Island NY:

Office hours Mon- Thurs 7pm-10pm

newyork@louieslegacy.org

(646) 397-LLAR (5527)

Underground Railroad Rescued Kitty Network

About Us

It is our mission to have a part in the Animal Rescue community by helping kitties get to their forever homes.

We are a national 501c3 organization that has been able to also take part in international Transports because our goal is to be worldwide. We have helped over 250 kitties (and 1 barker) get home in the 2 short years since our foundation.

Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary

About Us


Blind Cat Rescue was started in 2005 to answer the need for a safe place for blind cats that were deemed unadoptable by regular shelters.  They were going to be killed just because they are blind. 

 

In 2011 we built a building to provide a safe sanctuary for FELV+ & FIV+ cats.We will accept an animal into our sanctuary IF we have space available.  Blind cats must be certified by a vet as blind.  Cats with 20% or less sight are accepted as blind. All cats must be fixed. FELV+ cats must be verified by an IFA test.  FIV+ cats must be verified by the Western Blot test-

Anarchy Animal Rescue

About Us

Anarchy Animal Rescue was founded in Dec of 2010 out of need and desire to help address two major animal crises in this country - unwanted adoptable pets and the mistreatment and abuse of animals due to puppy mills. Our goal is to find good loving homes for as many pets as we can take in, care for medically and place in responsible homes.  If everyone adopted their pets from shelters or rescue groups, there would be less euthanasia in our city pounds. When shelters are overcrowded we are called in to help. By us taking shelter pets into our rescue, we open up cages so the shelters have room for other animals that are coming in resulting is less animals being put to sleep.

Cerebellar Hypoplasia Cats & Kittens

About Us


Cerebellar Hypoplasia is a disorder where the cerebellum of the brain has not fully formed. There are various causes such as bacterial or viral infections, feline panleukopenia, caused by feline parvovirus, but can also be caused by poisoning, injury or malnutrition.  Some common symptoms are jerky movement, wobbly uncoordinated walking and head bobbing.

 

For more information visit our website.  If you are interested in adopting a CH Cat or Kitten please see the adoptable cat page for a  list of available cats for adoption.

Happy Tails Pet Rescue

About Us


Happy Tails Pet Rescue is a small adoption program in Massachusetts and New Hampshire run entirely by volunteers who have joined together to save unwanted and abandoned cats and dogs.

We were founded to take in animals from other rescues and shelters who were going to be euthanized as a result of behavior problems, overpopulated shelters, or financial burden. We also accept surrenders from families who can no longer care for their pets, and work with other rescues to accept animals from hoarding and closed MA and NH animal rescue and breeding operations.

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Phone:     1-800-477-9168 

Mailing    PO Box 30351

Address:  Staten Island, NY 10303

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