“Higher Ground Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit with the mission to rescue homeless animals or animals in need, to offer a place of refuge to peacefully live out their lives, and to share our work and the animal’s stories to create opportunities for Humane Education – thus resulting in a greater rescue culture.” – Higher Grounds Animal Sanctuary
The Last Road Dog Animal Sanctuary is owned and operated by the Pitt family. TLRD is an organization that take in dogs, cats, and horses that might not have a chance to be adopted or are forgotten by their families, due to various ailments or behavioral issues. They give them a home to spend the rest of their lives and become part of the Pitt family. Their mission is to prevent cruelty to animals in need of medical attention, subject to danger or abuse, hungry or starving, or under any other distress or cruelty. They also adopt animals from owners in distressed situations where they might not be able to care for their animals any longer.
Little Lives Rescue is one of the first small animal rescues in the PNW and the only one in Tri-Cities Washington. They help find permanent loving homes for companion animals that have been rescued from abuse, neglect, or abandonment and to educate our community about proper small animal care and the importance of overpopulation prevention. The more people become aware of this rescue, the more the decrease in found/abandoned animals and a tremendous increase in owners surrenders.
This organization offers a home to big cats, bears, and other wildlife. Most of these animals are native to the area, this offers education to local people on these animals. This is a safe place for education on these animals and a home to these animals, that couldn’t just be put back into the wild.
HEART is a non-profit group run purely by volunteers. To provide assistance in times of emergency/disasters, whether man-made or natural, rescuing animals, setting up and operating emergency animal shelters when requested by appropriate authority. Also works to educate the public regarding emergency preparedness for all animals within their care.