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Your support saves wild lives!
Phoenix Landing is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare of parrots.
Our objectives are to:
* Provide educational activities
* Facilitate adoption for parrots, from parakeets to macaws, because most birds need a succession of good homes
* Help veterinary students interested in avian medicine
* Sponsor research and conservation for wild parrots
* Advocate standards of care for birds
* Build and maintain a sustainable organization
* Ensure that adopted Phoenix Landing birds are physically and legally protected
Please consider donating, volunteering or fostering! Lots of great classes and fun events listed on the website. email@example.com
African Grey Reusable Shopping Bag for sale on website $15
Teddy & Friends Animal Rescue is in the process of completing our 501 (c) 3 application. We are a foster-based animal rescue in Hendersonville, NC.
Teddy & Friends seeks to give hope to animals in need
and build compassionate relationships between people and
animals one heart and one paw at a time.
- Promoting the humane treatment of all animals
- Rescuing and caring for stray and abandoned pets
- Rescuing and giving a human voice to victims of animal abuse and neglect
- Placing rescued animals in nurturing foster homes
- Placing rehabilitated animals into loving adoptive homes
- Working with area animal rescue organizations to further the cause of the humane treatment of animals in Henderson and surrounding counties.
To improve quality of life and end suffering for at risk horses.
FOR ALL HORSES TO LIVE OUT THEIR LIVES WITH DIGNITY IN SAFE AND ENRICHING HOMES
EVERY HORSE HAS THE RIGHT TO EXPERIENCE HUMANE LIFETIME CARE
ALLEVIATE SUFFERING IN HORSES
PROMOTE QUALITY HORSEMANSHIP AND HUSBANDRY THROUGH EDUCATION
APPRECIATE THE BENEFITS OF THE HUMAN/HORSE BOND
HELP TO KEEP HORSES IN THEIR HOMES, OR, WHEN NECESSARY, FACILITATE TRANSITIONS TO SAFE AND SUITABLE HOMES
RAISE AWARENESS OF THE UNSUSTAINABLE UNWANTED HORSE POPULATION
We have been offering Hope for Horses since 1999