Top Dog & Cat Rescue Organizations

As I’m sure you’ve realized by now, dogs and animals mean a lot to me and are a huge part of my world. If you haven’t already, click here to meet my personal herd!¬† Because of that, I’m often asked about the groups or organizations that I recommend, so I’ve compiled a list for easy reference. This is a living post, meaning that I’ll continue to add and update, as often as I need to. This list includes local, national, and global organizations. And, without further ado, here are my top rescue organizations to support!

Rescue + Freedom Project (R+FP)

The R+FP is a US based non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing survivors of unique captivity and cruelty and telling their emotionally compelling stories to prompt social change and celebrate a #RescueLifestyle.

Since 2010 the charity has been freeing survivors from laboratory experiments, senior and special needs animals from shelters, and victims of horrific abuse from around the world.

No matter what the condition, the location, or the expense, the Rescue and Freedom Project stands at the ready to rescue, rehabilitate, and repeat.

My Thoughts on rescue + freedom project

Several years ago, my best friend brought this organization to my radar. We had our first beagle, and I was learning about the horrors associated with beagles and testing laboratories. Since learning about Rescue + Freedom Project, I have made it a mission to educate my friends and family, and make choices every day to support cruelty free products and companies. Much of my education has come from this organization, and I applaud their efforts and am proud to watch them grow on a global scale.

Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation (LDCRF)

The LDCRF helps homeless pets find their way into loving homes through rescue and adoption.

We offer same-day adoptions and two-week trial periods.

ALL pets are spayed or neutered prior to adoption.

Over 30,000 lives saved since 2001.

Pebbles was adopted from LDCRF in July 2012!
My Thoughts on LDCRF

This organization has a huge place in my heart because two of our herd came from them. The first adoption was Pebbles, July 2012. And then a few years later, Maggie 2. They have a huge following in the area, too, and it’s obvious why. Our family highly recommends this organization!

Fun fact, before I adopted Pebbles, I purchased a tee shirt as a fundraiser for this group. I didn’t even realize it had been for LDCRF until several years later when I was cleaning out my closet. That shirt is still proudly hanging in my closet today!

Maggie 2 was also an alumnus of LDCRF!
Dog World Rescue (DWR)

We are a “dog-centric” all volunteer rescue organization that provides pet adoption in VA, MD & DC.

My Thoughts on DWR

While none of our pups came from this organization, we strongly feel that Pebbles brought DWR into our life for good reason. During late spring, they had a beagle that looked and acted so much like Pebbles. We met her and unfortunately she wasn’t a good fit for the house or herd, but by the end of the summer she did find her forever home with her foster family. When DWR says they care about their animals, they truly mean it. We met the organization’s leader during that meet up, and I was beyond impressed by her. I’ve stayed following her and the rescue ever since then, and I can see how much she loves and cares for every single dog and family she brings together. I’m definitely glad Pebbles brought DWR to our attention!

Final Thoughts

Make sure to check in on this blog post occasionally to see if we’ve added any additional organizations! And if you’ve got a dog and/or cat rescue or organization you’d like us to be aware of, let us know in the comments!

xoxo,

Kayla

I'm often asked about the groups or organizations that I recommend, so I've compiled a list for easy reference. This is a living post, meaning that I'll continue to add and update, as often as I need to. This list includes local, national, and global organizations. Here are my top dog and cat rescue organizations that I support and highly recommend!
This is a living list, meaning that I’ll continue to update with additional groups and organizations, as I find them.

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