Help Animal Welfare in Saint Lucia. New Brunswick’s Charlene Penney, is the Canadian Founder of Helpaws which she started in 2014. Helpaws has grown from a one person operation to an international, 501c3 organization which has rescued and adopted out over 600 animals and through high volume spay and neuter clinics, over 2,500 animals have been sterilized on the island.
Purina PawsWay is a one-of-a-kind pet centre devoted to bringing the pet perspective to life. Launched in June 2008, it’s a unique place where pet lovers can come together to learn, discover, and celebrate the world of cats and dogs. Bring your dog or cat. Join an event or discover our exhibits and explore the exciting world of pet behaviour. Walk through the Purina Animal Hall of Fame and read the amazing stories of our pet heroes. At the end of your stay enjoy a snack and a coffee with your pet at our pet-friendly cafe. There’s so much for you and your pet to explore and learn!
Adopt-a-Greyhound is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization dedicated to finding the best pet homes available in Eastern Ontario, Western Quebec, and Northern New York State, for retired racing greyhounds. Visit their website for adoption information and resources.
Wild Bird Care Centre
For information on rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wild birds, visit their website.
Happy Tails Rescue
Happy Tails Rescue is a registered, non-profit, volunteer organization in Southern Ontario dedicated to rescuing unwanted, abandoned, or otherwise homeless Bichon-Frise, Maltese, and other small breed dogs, then adopting them into loving, permanent homes. Happy Tails Rescue is not a shelter. Dogs are fostered with a family where it is loved and nurtured to a stable physical and/or mental state. Only then will it be adopted into a fully screened, loving family or individual.
The Kindness Club
The Kindness Club was a non-profit organization dedicated to the education of children. It was founded in New Brunswick in 1959 by the late Honourable Hugh John Flemming's wife, Mrs. Aida Flemming. The prime goal of the Club was to teach children to be kind to animals and people, and to respect the environment. The Kindness Club provided pet care literature and taught humane and environmental education to schools, day-cares, and various youth groups in the Fredericton and surrounding areas.
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