There are many wonderful animal rescue resources that are committed to ensuring the well-being and safety of every animal under their care.

Adopting a pet from a shelter or rescue is a win-win not only for the pet, but also for you.

More shelter names will be added to this list from various areas around the country.

If you have a favorite shelter that you would like to add to this list, please submit the information in the comments section, below.
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Martin County, Florida Animal Rescue Resources

Humane Society of the Treasure Coast

4100 SW Leighton Farm Avenue
Palm City, FL  34990
772-223-8822
www.HSTC1.org

Founded in 1955, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast (HSTC) is the only open access, no-kill animal welfare organization operating in Martin County, FL.

Caring Fields Felines Sanctuary

6807 SW Wedelia Terrace
Palm City, Florida  34990
772-463-7386
cffelines.org

Located on 5 acres of wooded property in Palm City, Florida, the cats at CFF live in secured, free-roaming campgrounds complete with cottages that they can enter at any time.

There are plenty of places to climb and explore, soft spots to nap in the Florida sunshine and safe places to protect them from the elements. CFF is a no-kill shelter.

Nala’s New Life Rescue

2740 SW Martin Downs Blvd.
Suite 402
Palm City, FL  34990
772-485-3799
nalasrescue.org

The entire team at Nala’s animal shelter is dedicated to finding the best family possible for each animal, working to reduce the stress on them. Nala’s is a no-kill organization.

Furry Friends Ranch

4841 SW Zarrella Street
Palm City, FL  34990
561-747-5311 ext. 7
772-678-3700
furryfriendsadoption.org

Adoptable dogs and cats at the BRAND NEW Jupiter Adoption Center in the Jupiter Commerce Park and at Palm City Ranch are the heartbeat of the organization.

The no-kill mission means giving each of our furry residents renewed hope for a new beginning.

Adoption locations have experienced a monumental increase in dog and cat adoptions over the last few years, including many litters of puppies born in their birthing suites!

Dogs are walked a minimum of three times daily by staff & volunteers and enjoy outdoor play yard fun.

During open hours, you are invited to stop by and see dogs, puppies, cats and kittens!

The Farm Dog Rescue

P.O. Box 1542
Palm City, FL  34991
772-224-3323
thefarmdogrescue.com

The Farm Dog Rescue is a no-kill dog rescue supporting animal welfare in Martin County, Florida.

This organization rescues and adopts dogs, educates people and helps animals in need within the community.

The Farm Dog Rescue has made it a priority to provide spay and neuter services to reduce pet overpopulation in Martin County.

 

St. Lucie County, Florida Animal Rescue Resources

Dogs & Cats Forever Animal Sanctuary

4600 Selvitz Rd.
Fort Pierce, FL 34981
772-489-5454
dogsandcatsforever.com

Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc. is a no-kill shelter.

The shelter is committed to finding good, adoptable and loving homes for the animals under their care and help end the killing of thousands of abandoned animals in southern Florida each year.

No animal at Dogs and Cats Forever, Inc. will ever be sold for research, entertainment, or exploitation.

The shelter strives to end animal abuse and neglect, and they advocate the spaying or neutering of all companion animals to help end pet overpopulation.

Floppy Ear Rescue (Rabbits)

Note: This shelter is located in Port St. Lucie 34983.

Please go to their website for more information about rabbit care and adoptions.

Also see the website to get in contact with this rescue.

This is a no-kill shelter.

Operation CatSnip of The Treasure Coast, Inc.

4888 N Kings Hwy, Box 320
Fort Pierce, FL 34951
772-293-4621
operationcatsniptc@gmail.com

Note: CatSnip has saved the lives of cats and kittens on the Treasure Coast while diminishing the births of homeless community cats.

CatSnip has adopted the Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) as a humane, effective, and cost saving way to control cat populations.

They have coordinated the spay/neuter of thousands of cats and kittens.

They provide foster care, and ultimately match cats and kittens with good adoptive homes.

Their website states, Don’t call Animal Control about neighborhood cats. Contact Operation CatSnip. (772) 293-4621.

The Humane Society of St. Lucie County

8890 NW Glades Cut Off Rd.
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
772-238-5631
contact@hsslc.org

The Humane Society of St. Lucie County is an official no-kill shelter with the goal of finding good, safe, and loving homes for all of the animals in their care since October 2019.

We encourage you to visit our shelter on a regular basis to meet the available pets.

Because there is a high volume of pets arriving each week, you are encouraged to visit their website often and check out their adoptable dogs and cats or visit in person.

Sunny Side Up Rescue

10208 Carlton Rd.
Port St. Lucie, FL 34987
772-828-1234
Sunnysideuprescue@gmail.com

Sunny Side Up is a no-kill pet rescue located in Port. St. Lucie, Florida.

We’re 100% volunteer operated and funded solely through donations.

All animals in need are welcome here, although it’s primarily dogs and horses currently.

They offer sanctuary for life to animals that are not adoptable for whatever reason, as well as rehabilitating and adopting out animals that just need a second chance.

“Rescue is a Lifestyle. It is not a hobby. It is not a passing fad.”

Other U.S. Animal Rescue Resources

North Shore Animal League America

25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050
(516) 883-7575
adoptions@animalleague.org

Note: The North Shore Animal League was founded in 1944 and is a pioneer of the no-kill animal shelter movement. They continue to lead the way with the development of national and international animal adoption programs. Their mission is rescue, nurture, adopt and educate.

Bianca’s Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center (BFF)

25 Davis Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050
(516) 883-7575
adoptions@animalleague.org

Note: BFF is a new 14,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art, facility added to the second floor of our The North Shore Animal League Adoption Center. It was named in memory of Beth and Howard Stern’s dog and the legacy of love she left behind. This new facility will help save even more homeless animal lives. It helps cats and kittens, and more dogs and puppies as it frees up space in their existing shelter.

Kitty Angels, Inc.

P.O. Box 638
Tyngsboro, MA  01879
(978) 649-4681
info@kittyangels.org
www.kittyangels.org

Note: Kitty Angels is a no-kill shelter. The shelter is dedicated to rescuing stray and abandoned cats. As a general policy, Kitty Angels sets no limits on the amount of veterinary care it provides to a sick or injured cat to return it to a state of good health prior to placing it in a forever home with compatible owners.

 

There are many wonderful animal rescue sites that are committed to ensuring the well-being and safety of every animal under their care. Adopting a pet from a shelter or rescue is a win-win not only for the pet, but also for you. More shelter names will be added to this list from various areas around the country. If you have a favorite shelter that you would like to add to this list, please submit the information in the Comment section.

 

 


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