Shelters and Rescue
from the Angel Dogs website: "Angel Dogs is an all volunteer organization. We are a small organization that rescues dogs from local animal shelters and other places."
Animal Adoption & Rescue Foundation - AARF
from the AARF website: "AARF is an acronym that stands for Animal Adoption and Rescue Foundation. We are a Richmond, Virginia based, non-profit, all volunteer, non-euthanizing organization founded in May of 1993."
Bandit's Adoption and Rescue of K-9's - BARK
from the BARK website: "The mission of Bandit's Adoption and Rescue of K-9s (BARK) is to rescue orphaned or abandoned pets and other adoptable dogs from animal shelters in the Richmond area, provide spay/neuter and vaccinations, then find loving, forever homes for them."
PO Box 1682
Glen Allen, VA 23236
Cat's Cradle of Greater Richmond Inc.
from the Cat's Cradle website: "Cat’s Cradle of Greater Richmond is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization committed to rescuing and adopting cats and kittens from euthanizing shelters and situations of neglect and abuse, regardless of pedigree, age, physical condition or aesthetic appeal."
P O Box 70040
Richmond, USA 23255-0040
Chesterfield County Humane Society
from the Chesterfield County Humane Society website: "The mission of the Chesterfield County Humane Society is to reduce the death and suffering of homeless animals by providing the supplies and services necessary for these animals, and to work in unison with the efforts of the Chesterfield County Animal Shelter to accomplish this goal."
For the Love of Animals in Goochland - FLAG
from the FLAG website: "Many of our dogs and puppies come from the Goochland County Animal Shelter and other area Shelters. Unfortunately, many of our animals come from citizens who have found them running loose as strays, often starving and dodging cars on busy roads."
P.O. Box 115
Manakin-Sabot, USA 23103
Friends United With the Richmond Shelter - FURS
from the FURS website: "Friends United with the Richmond Shelter (FURS), Inc. was founded in 2001 by a group of dog lovers determined to help the homeless population. Alarmed by the number of animals being euthanized, the FURS volunteers have focused their rescue efforts on dogs at Richmond Animal Care & Control, the euthanizing facility that serves the City of Richmond."
3420 Pump Road, #228
Richmond, VA 23233
James River Greyhounds
from the James River Greyhounds website: "James River Greyhounds (formerly GPA Richmond) has been dedicated to finding responsible, caring homes for retired racing Greyhounds in Central Virginia since 1989."
P.O. Box 70811
Richmond, VA 23255
Hanover Humane Society
from the HHS website: "The Hanover Humane Society was organized in July 1986, and with the support of the public, raised $20,000 toward the construction of the new County Pound, which opened in 1990. Hanover Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organizaiton."
P.O. Box 1011
Ashland, VA 23005
from the HAPPE Pets Facebook page: "HAPPE is a group of volunteers dedicated to rescuing, fostering, and placing homeless and at-risk dogs. We are committed to decreasing dog and cat overpopulation through education regarding responsible pet ownership and spay/neuter programs."
P. O. Box 1960
Henrico Humane Society
from the HHS website: "Henrico Humane Society (HHS) is a nonprofit 501(c)33 organization incorporated in 1991 to address the enormous number of homeless animals in the greater Richmond area. HHS is run entirely by volunteers and has no paid staff. The organization relies upon donations, adoption fees, and fund-raising efforts to support its programs."
PO Box 28014
Lab Rescue of Greater Richmond
from the Lab Rescue of Greater Richmond website: "We rescue Labrador Retrievers and provide them with foster homes and veterinary care until they can be adopted into new, loving homes. Each one of our Labs is housed in a foster home, instead of in a kennel."
P.O. Box 1574
Richmond, VA 23113-1574
Pet Harbor Rescue & Referral
from the Pet Harbor website: "Pet Harbor is a 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 2000 under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia to rescue homeless Siberian Huskies and cats, foster them, tend to all of their needs, and find them homes."
P.O. Box 73
Bowling Green, VA 22427
from the Richmond SPCA website: "The Richmond SPCA, founded in 1891, is a non-profit, no-kill humane organization dedicated to the principle that every life is precious. The Richmond SPCA is a national leader in humane care and education, having developed numerous lifesaving programs and services including those dedicated to adoption, rehabilitation, sterilization and education."
2519 Hermitage Road
Richmond Virginia Feral Cats Yahoo! group
from the group page: "Our group is a network of independent trappers, caretakers, foster homes, and rescuers promoting the humane treatment and non-lethal control of feral and free-roaming cats in Richmond, VA and central Virginia counties."
Ring Dog Rescue
from the Ring Dog Rescue website: "Ring Dog Rescue is a rescue group dedicated to the "Bully Breeds", which is defined as any dog having bulldog lineage. We are a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization and are currently listing adoptable "bullies" from, not only Ring Dog Rescue, but our other rescue friends and those who have opened their door to an orphaned "bully" in private rescue."
P. O. Box 28632
Henrico, VA 23228
Saving Animals From Euthanasia - SAFE
from the SAFE website: "Our rescue group spans a wide area throughout central Virginia. Depending on where you live, you can find a convenient location for adopting a companion animal. SAFE/WECR is a non-profit rescue group working in the Tri-City area to save cats from local pounds. We have been working to rescue animals since 2002, and we can always use more help."
P.O. Box 2483
Chester, VA 23831
Shelter Adoption & Rescue Efforts - SHARE
from the SHARE Petfinder.com page: "Shelter Adoption & Rescue Efforts was formed by a few volunteers who wanted to see more animals rescued from local euthanizing pounds. We have a small network of foster homes where the pets get love, training and food. Of course, they are seen by a vet, receive shots and tests and are spayed/neutered."
P.O. Box 3307
Richmond, VA 23228
from the Somebuddies website: "Somebuddies, Inc. is a Non-Profit, All-Volunteer Humane Organization. We provide temporary housing in a warm, clean and safe environment, while also providing professional medical care, sterilization and last but not least LOVE until that permanent, lifetime commitment buddy arrives. We pride ourselves on the QUALITY OF CARE and INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION provided to each animal we foster."
P.O. Box 1532
from the SouthSide SPCA website: "The Southside SPCA is a donor-supported, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization that has provided shelter, medical treatment, spay/neuter, and adoption services to over 36,000 puppies, kittens, cats, and dogs since the organization’s inception in 1975. We are a no-kill shelter operating almost entirely with volunteers. We serve twelve largely rural, economically depressed counties in Southside Virginia: Amelia, Brunswick, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Dinwiddie, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Appomattox, and Prince Edward."
P.O. Box 66
Meherrin, VA 23954