KANSAS CITY AREA SHELTERS AND RESCUE GROUPS
Located in Brookside/Waldo, the building that houses Another Chance is a stray cat’s safe harbor in a big and busy city. The tireless volunteers here scour Kansas City for homeless pets, working to get them proper care, good nutrition, and into forever homes. The Barkery is proud to support this terrific organization!
Chain of Hope KC is a 501 c3 organization, formed in 2010 with a primary goal of alleviating the suffering of abused and neglected animals within the urban core of Kansas City. Their ultimate goal is to break the chain of ignorance, break the chain of suffering, and break the chain of unwanted litters.
Great Plains SPCA was formed through the merger of two lifesaving organizations in June 2011 – Animal Haven and No More Homeless Pets KC. At Great Plains SPCA, they believe that no matter what their size, shape or story, all dogs and cats deserve the chance to live long, happy and healthy lives. That’s why their team of experts works hard every day to be a lifeline to a better future for pets by providing comprehensive, affordable medical care, adoption services and innovative community programs.
The Heart of America Humane Society is a 100% volunteer organization working to find good homes for animals that are received at two shelters in the Kansas City area. They do not have a shelter of their own, but they have created cooperative partnerships with the Prairie Paws Animal Shelter and the Lee’s Summit Municipal Animal Shelter.
As one of the first and oldest no-kill shelters, The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City celebrates 100 years of faithful service to the lost, abandoned, and broken pets of the Greater Kansas City area. Their mission is to save and improve the lives of dogs and cats throughout the Greater Kansas City community by providing education, adoptions, preventive veterinary care and spay/neuter services.
The former Kansas City municipal animal shelter is now under new management, and is ALSO now a no-kill shelter! With three locations in Kansas City (the Missouri Animal Shelter on Raytown Rd., in the Zona Rosa shopping center, and inside Petco in Overland Park), they’re a rapidly-growing shelter and adoption organization with lots of great new friends for you and your family!
LL Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) Kansas Nonprofit Corporation, licensed with Kansas as an Animal Shelter, dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and finding new homes for unwanted dogs. They specialize in helping small dogs in the Greater Kansas City area including both Missouri and Kansas. Many of their dogs are owner turn-ins and those from puppymills. Others are adopted out of local shelters if their time there is up. The dogs are spayed or neutered (or adopted out under a pre-paid spay/neuter contract if under 4 months of age), heartworm checked negative, and given rabies, kennel cough and parvo/distemper inoculations. Many of their dogs are wormed, and some receive extensive dental care.
MABBR volunteers rescue the dogs in the program directly from death row in Midwest shelters. All of the dogs are temperament tested before they are accepted into the program and are continually socialized until they find a new home. Most MABBR dogs are in foster homes where they are socialized with other dogs, children and adults.
Midwest Animal ResQ is a federal 501c3 non-profit located in the Greater Kansas City area. Their objective is simple: completing families one tail at a time! Midwest Animal ResQ does their best to save as many companion animals as possible from dying needlessly – whether they are abandoned, or at risk of being euthanized. They focus on finding the right fit foe each family, and strive to make the adoption process as personal and positive as possible!
This is a small and growing breed-specific rescue based in Kansas City, MO. They save dogs throughout the Midwest and have volunteers in MO, KS and NE. Their focus is German Shepherd Dogs. Thye also help other breeds and GSD mixes as much as possible. They use foster homes to save dogs and do NOT have a shelter or physical facility. They’re moving fast – they’ve saved over 700 dogs in 5 years.
Their mission is to promote responsible Pit Bull ownership, provide breed education, combat pet overpopulation, fight unfair legislation, and find qualified homes for sound Pit Bull dogs in Missouri.
This rescue group is a nonprofit organization who is devoted to making a difference in the Midwest. This small, no-kill, and all volunteer run animal rescue helps pets in Kansas that have been left with no other options. This group rescues dogs from kill shelters, bad situations, and gas chambers. Rescue K-911’s dedicated volunteers foster dogs until they are adopted into the loving forever homes they need and deserve.
The Animal Rescue Alliance (T.A.R.A) is a non-profit 501C3, all volunteer group dedicated to helping homeless pets in the Greater Kansas City area. The organization is the result of an alliance between several rescuers in the Kansas City region who share the same goal of ending animal suffering and homelessness. Although foster home based, they also lease a building at a local boarding facility. Although this little “shelter” is allowing T.A.R.A. to save many more lives, it is an added expense – which is why they rely heavily on generous donations from caring people in the community.
Wayside Waifs is a nonprofit humane society and animal shelter. It is not endowed or supported by local, state or federal funds, or national humane organizations. It is financially supported primarily from memberships, bequests, the pet cemetery, adoptions and gifts from the public, businesses and foundations.
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