PET RESCUE GROUPS—404-584-7768


Atlanta Animal Alliance—Atlanta—

Planned Pethood—

Catlanta—part of Lifeline Animal

Feral Cat Program of Georgia——Savannah


Whiskers Project—Blairsville—, 888-972-9330,


Atlanta Humane Society 404-875-5331

Augusta Humane Society 706-736-0186

Cast Off Pet Rescue, 92 Jordan Rd., Blairsville, GA 30512–, 706-781-3992,

Clayton County Humane Society 770-471-9436

Cherokee Humane Society 770-592-8072

CSRA Humane Society, 425 Wood St., Augusta, GA 30904—, 706-261-7387

Humane Society of Cobb County 770-428-5678

Dawson County Humane Society 706-265-9160

Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Humane Society 706-864-2817

Dekalb Animal Services 404-294-2996

Douglas County Humane Society 678-838-9123

Fayette County Humane Society 770-487-1073

Forsyth County Humane Society 770-887-6480

Good Shepherd Humane Society 479-253-9115

Gwinnett County Animal Shelter 770-339-3200

Gwinnett Humane Society 770-798-7711

Griffin-Spalding Humane Society 770-229-4925

Henry County Humane Society 770-914-1272

Morgan County Humane Society 706-343-9977

Humane Society of Northwest Georgia—Whitfield County—Dalton, GA

Oconee Regional Humane Society, 1020 Park Ave., Suite 101, Greensboro, GA 30642, 706-484-1715, 706-454-1508,

Pickens Animal Rescue—Jasper 706-692-2772

Rome-Floyd County Humane Society, 518 Broad St., Rome, GA 30161—

Society of Humane Friends of Georgia 770-962-4301

Sumter Humane Society, 108 Industrial Blvd., Americus, GA 31719—, 229-924-0268

Humane Society of Griffin-Spalding County 770-229-4925

Suzie’s Friends, 3681 Altama Ave., Brunswick, GA 31520 and 122 Lakeview Dr., Homerville, GA 31634, 912-342-7073, 912-487-0916—

Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society 912-228-0613

Humane Society of Valdosta/Lowndes County—229-247-3266,

Walton Animal Guild PO Box 169, Monroe, GA 770-207-1896


Atlanta Pet Rescue and Adoption—

Helping Paws Rescue—Athens—

Good Mews Animal Foundation—770-499-2287,

Bassett Hound Rescue of Georgia—770-499-1164,

Cocker Spaniel Rescue—

Collie Rescue—

Doberman Rescue—

English Springer Spaniel Rescue—

German Shepherd Rescue—

Golden Retriever Rescue (of Atlanta)—678-310-4772,

Great Dane Rescue—

Great Pyrenees Rescue (Atlanta)—404-829-2609,

Adopt a Greyhound Atlanta, Inc.—770-469-9533,

Greyhound Adoption of the Southeast—770-473-9738,

Companion Greyhound, Inc./Greyt Friends—770-971-8788

Italian Greyhound Rescue—

Newfoundland Rescue—

Pug Rescue—

Sheltie Rescue—770-926-2001,,

Siberian Husky Rescue—

Scottish Terrier Rescue—

Georgia Herding Breed Rescue—

Georgia Homeless Pets—

Lifeline Animal Project—


Paws Atlanta—

Heart of Georgia Humane Society—

Humane Society of Houston County—

Fulton County Animal Services—

Country Livin Pet Rescue (herding breeds)—


Noah’s Ark (Locust Grove)—770-957-0888,

Georgia House Rabbit Society—678-653-7175,

Kindness Matters Ferret Rescue—770-235-0070,

Save the Horses—77-886-5419,

Georgia Equine Rescue League, Ltd.—Dedicated to helping starved, abused and neglected horses.

North Shore Animal League—The largest pet adoption agency in the world, based in New York.

Save Our Strays—

House Rabbit Society—A non-profit organization with two goals:  to rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them; and to educate the public and assist humane societies. 678-653-7175,

Feral Cat Coalition—in San Diego.  Their education programs advocate no-kill shelters and a trap-alter-release program—

Humane Alliance—in North Carolina.  The Humane Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic is dedicated to ending pet overpopulation by providing high volume, high quality, targeted, and affordable sterilization services of for companion animals—


American Animal Hospital Association—

Animal Health from Cornell University

Cornell Feline Health Center—

AVMA Presents: Care for Pets—

The NetVet—

Pet Loss-Resources for dealing with the loss of a

Feline Chronic Renal Failure Information Center—

Feline Diabetes—

Encyclopedia of Feline Veterinary Medical Information—

The American College of Veterinary Ophthalologists—

American Association of Feline Practitioners—


American Humane Association (AHA)—Their mission is to prevent cruelty, abuse, neglect, and exploitation of children and animals and to assure that their interests and well-being are fully, effectively, and humanely guaranteed by an aware and caring society–

Animal Sheltering (Humane Society of the United States)—

Fund for Animals—One of the largest and most active organizations dedicated to the cause of animals throughout the world—

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)—Dedicated to making the world safe for animals through legal, educational, legislative, and investigative means—

World Animal Protection—Working with over 300 member societies in more than 70 countries, WAP has the most widespread animal protection network in the world—


Vegetarian Resource Group—

Vegetarian Society of Georgia—


Animal Rights

Animal Rights Resource Link

Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights—An international association of veterinarians taking veterinary medicine beyond “adequate veterinary care.”

National Anti-Vivisection Society—Dedicated to abolishing the exploitation of animals used in research, education, and product testing—

United Poultry Concerns—Promotes the compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl—

USA Defenders of Greyhounds—Their primary mission is greyhound rescue and public education about racing industry practices, with their ultimate goal being an end to the use, abuse, and senseless destruction of greyhounds bred for racing—