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Greater Birmingham Humane Society collaborates with Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Alabama Shelter Veterinarians P.C., to create a program providing state-of-the-art health care to shelter animals in metro Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
A year after authorities raided a Birmingham animal shelter and adoption service, its former owner was found guilty of animal cruelty charges.
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The Animal League of Birmingham is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization raising funds for non-profit rescues and shelters in Birmingham and the surroun… We found 12 animal shelters listings near you in Birmingham, AL
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Welcome to Saving Grace Animal Rescue! SGAR is a Christian-based, nonprofit organization that strives to assist others in helping animals. We recognize how difficult and overwhelming it can be to rescue and foster animals so that’s where we come in. Although we do not have a shelter, we are able to foster animals through a network of volunteers. We also assist people by informing them of some of the resources located in Birmingham, Alabama, that can make their efforts that much easier. We are always in need of foster homes so the more we have, the more SGAR can help. Contact us if you or anyone you know of has the space and desire to take in a homeless pet while we find them their furever homes. Volunteers are able to assist the shelter by exercising and socializing the animals, as well as helping with a range of tasks to help maintain the facilities. To find out more information about the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, visit their website () or contact Andrea Vancil ().The Greater Birmingham Humane Society is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1883 to serve the pets and people of the Greater Birmingham community. They currently receive no city, state, federal, or United Way funding, as per most animal shelters. Its funny how we pay all these taxes but its seems none of them ever go to help pay for the animals that were dumped out by inconsiderate, un-caring humans. The GBHS has two locations one on Hwy 31 and a brand new one on Snow Drive. If you want to adopt a great little fur friend please visit GBHS for your newest addition. Remember, adopt dont buy your pets! The Greater Birmingham Humane Society says they have joined in the efforts to assist the Fayette Animal Shelter after hearing from someone in Canada who saw the post about the facility’s code red situation. They are asking for donations to help pay for their efforts, as well as saying you can donate to the Fayette shelter by way of them and they will deliver a check.Raising funds for non-profit rescues and shelters in Birmingham and the surrounding area who support the health, welfare, and general well being of animals in need.The Animal League of Birmingham’s main focus is to raise funds that we then can allocate to shelters and rescues in need. Our events vary throughout…