Non-Profits

Jun 20 2011

Delta Society


Delta Society is a national 501(c)(3)non-profit organization that helps people live healthier and happier lives by incorporating therapy, service and companion animals into their lives.  We receive no government funding and rely on individuals, foundations and corporations for financial support. At the heart of all Delta Society programs is a research foundation which demonstrates that when animals are around, people’s blood pressure goes down, stress and anxiety levels are reduced, people feel less lonely and less depressed, and they tend to be more social and community oriented. Pet Partners® (therapy animal program) Delta Society’s Pet Partners program trains and screens volunteers with


Jun 20 2011

Forever Friends Great Dane Rescue


Forever Friends Great Dane Rescue (FFGDR) was founded by a small group of people dedicated to the great dane breed. Our goal is to help neglected, abandoned, and abused great danes find their forever homes while educating the public. We believe that every animal deserves a forever family to love them unconditionally for the rest of their lives. We are a small start up group with many years of experience with great danes and rescue. Our collective experience with Dane rescue will allow us to continue our desire to make an impact on the lives of the great danes we can


Jun 20 2011

Greyhound Pets of America – Indy


Greyhound Pets of America – Indianapolis is a non-profit organization staffed by dedicated volunteers that provide adoption services for retired greyhounds. We are headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, and adopt greyhounds into homes within the Indianapolis and immediate area. Our goal is to find responsible, loving homes for racing greyhounds who no longer qualify to compete at the racetrack Greyhounds are very affectionate, well behaved and mild mannered. They are clean, shed very little and seldom bark. More than anything, Greyhounds crave and enjoy your companionship. The more love and attention you give your Greyhound, the more you will get in


Jun 20 2011

Hendricks County Humane Society


Hendricks County Humane Society (HCHS) is a not-for-profit 501(c)-3 organization which was founded during 1974. We are a volunteer-based organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that is served by Hendricks County business people and citizens. Bylaws and Board Policy, provide the foundation, as well as all direction, for HCHS endeavors. HCHS programs are funded by donations, fundraising events, grants, bequests, supporterships, and memorial contributions. We do not receive tax money or government assistance. Our programs are dedicated to the purpose of serving as “A Voice for the Animals”. To carry out the goals of the Humane Education Program,


Jun 20 2011

Humane Society for Hamilton County


The Humane Society for Hamilton County focuses on saving lives, educating communities, and completing families.  They provide vital services for household pets, pet owners, and abandoned animals. They help shelter, rescue, foster, and provide for these animals once they reach the shelter.  The society is proudly a non-discriminating shelter.  They also have a very high placement rate (over 90%) and are a low-kill shelter. They also have an extraordinary medical facility and through their Survivor Program they have saved countless lives. The fund also gives animals with life threatening illnesses such as heartworm disease and Parvovirus a second chance at life. 100%


Jun 20 2011

Humane Society of Indianapolis


Serving Indianapolis and the surrounding counties since 1905, the Humane Society of Indianapolis provides vital services to animals and people alike through sheltering and adopting animals, providing positive reinforcement behavior training for both adoptable animals and for owned animals through our public training classes, and outreach through our community and shelter programs. A private, nonprofit organization that receives no public or private government funding, the Humane Society of Indianapolis is supported solely by contributions, grants, bequests, investments, adoption fees and other fees for service. We receive no tax money, United Way funds, or regular contributions from other animal-welfare organizations such as the


Jun 20 2011

Humane Society of Johnson County


The Humane Society of Johnson County is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization that strives to benefit our community by enhancing the companion animal-human bond through education and adoption programs. We are not a government entity. Therefore, we are not a part of Johnson County Animal Control. However, we do work with their shelter on occasion to place the picked-up animals back with their original families or with new homes through our foster program, “Shelter Without Walls.” Please remember, HSJC does not operate a shelter at this time. The Humane Society of Johnson County helps assure that local animals will


Jun 20 2011

Indiana Sheltie Rescue


Indiana Sheltie Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation consisting of a small group of volunteers who have come together to help homeless shelties. We are always looking for additional volunteers, and capable and loving foster homes to offer a temporary safe haven to Shetland Sheepdogs. Our shelties make their way into our program as owner surrenders, shelter dogs, or are found as strays by caring individuals. All shelties are first placed in foster homes to be evaluated for their health and temperament and receive medical care. Our adoption fee is $175, which includes medical  care, spaying or neutering, all vaccines, and


Jun 20 2011

Indianapolis Animal Care & Control


The Indianapolis Animal Care & Control is a division of the Indianapolis Department of Public Safety. These divisions emphasize the safety of the citizenry.  The Animal Care & Control division specifically helps with services that include pet adoption, surrendering animals, euthanasia, microchipping, and animal complaints. Adoption The adoption fee is $60. It includes all age-appropriate vaccinations (except for rabies), a microchip, spay or neuter surgery, and a heartworm or feline leukemia test. If you are interested in adopting, you may view our adoptable animals here, then come into the shelter to see what pet is right for your home. A simple adoption


Jun 20 2011

Indy Feral


IndyFeral was established as a means of changing the way stray and feral cats have been traditionally viewed and dealt with in our community. We live in a culture where, for some, the value of an animal’s life has no strong meaning of its own – only a contingent one based on his or her use to people. Some people consider stray/feral cats as pests, dangerous or a nuisance and as a result, think it is acceptable to harm them, ignore them by “letting nature take its course” or kill them. Some believe that feral cats lead short, miserable lives


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