Chewy.com's Shelter & Rescue Network — our goal is to create the largest shelter and rescue network designed to support non-profit organizations that help animals in need.
Domestic Violence and Animal Issues, Ohio Domestic Violence Network, Columbus, OH.
The Humane Society of the United States — the nation's largest animal protection organization backed by 11 million Americans. We work to reduce suffering and improve the lives of all animals by advocating for better laws; investigating animal cruelty; encouraging corporations to adopt animal-friendly policies; conducting disaster relief and animal rescue; and providing direct care for thousands of animals at our sanctuaries, emergency shelters, wildlife rehabilitation centers and mobile veterinary clinics, Washington, DC.
The Latham Foundation — a clearinghouse for information about humane issues and activities, the human companion animal bond (HCAB), animal-assisted therapy and the connections between child and animal abuse and other forms of violence, Alameda, CA.
The Link of Violence — working to educate both the general public and professionals about the Link between violence to people and animals through anti-violence campaigns, the facilitation of trainings and workshops across the nation and overseas, and the development of the first National Resource Center on the Link Between Violence to People and Animals. The American Humane Association also continues to research this issue to develop useful and informative materials and publications for professionals and communities to help them better address issues related to the violence link, Denver, CO.
Safe Havens Mapping Project for Pets of Domestic Violence Victims, Animal Welfare Institute — search for a Safe Havens Near You or click on a state to obtain information about sheltering services for the animals of domestic violence victims in that state, Washington, DC.
Sheltering Animals & Families Together.