This is a short list of interesting animal-related websites. Let us know if you find additional websites for us to link! Clicking on a link will take you away from the Animal Services website.
Disclaimer: The links below are provided for your convenience and point to information created and maintained by other individuals and organizations. Animal Services does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of this outside information; nor does it endorse any views expressed, or products or services offered, on these sites, or the individuals or organizations sponsoring the sites.
Shelton-based Adopt-a-Pet, has pets available for adoption. Please visit their website.
Concern for Animals assists with spay/neuter and emergency medical costs and has a pet food bank.
Covenant Creatures provides basic veterinary service and pet products to low-income and homeless pet owners.
Feline Friends, serving Thurston and Mason counties, has cats and kittens available for adoption.
Hooved Animal Rescue provides support for animals that have been impounded by local law enforcement pending prosecution of the owners for neglect and/or abuse. They often have horses and other livestock available for adoption.
SNAP (Spay/Neuter All Pets) is a non-profit group dedicated to reducing the cat and dog population of Thurston County via spay/neuter surgery. Application for assistance
Thurston County Humane Society promotes humane education and supports local animal welfare groups, as well as funding a spay/neuter program.
My Apartment Map and Apartment List allow you to search for apartments that permit pets.
Considering pet insurance, but not sure what to look for? Pet Insurance Review has lots of information, including reviews of pet insurance companies.
The Dumb Friends League has lots of information regarding many animal issues including pet care and behavior.
“The Dog Trainer’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Teaching and Caring for Your Pet,” is a series of free, short podcasts – now available for download.
Report puppy mills and animal fighting and get rewarded! The HSUS offers up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of illegal animal fighters and puppy mill operators.
The American Humane Association
The Humane Society of the United States