Our Partners

   

The third most popular house hold companion animal, often outlive their owners, Parrots are a seldom thought of animal in need of help. Parrot Partner aim to educate and adopt homeless parrots. They provide public education and social events to help keep their refuge parrots well mannered and mentally active.

www.parrotpartner.com

 

 

The Avery Foundation (TAF) is a non-profit animal rescue managed by a network of coordinators, volunteers, and foster families. We are a small group of animal advocates who are contributing to changing the lives of homeless animals. Our goal is to rescue animals in need, provide necessary medical care and find them the loving homes that they deserve. The Avery Foundation is a 100% volunteer-run rescue which operates out of carefully selected foster homes. Our volunteers work diligently to raise funds for the animals through events and fundraisers, with every dollar going towards medical bills, food, and supplies. 

www.theaveryfoundation.ca

 

 

Holly's Haven is named for the centre's first permanent resident, a raccoon named Holly. Volunteer staffed located in Dunrobin Ontario, home to many different species, Holly's Haven Wild Life Rescues mandate is to provide public education about wildlife. 

 

 

The Sweet Sanctuary is a hands-on farm sanctuary, devoted to the daily care, rehabilitation, and individual needs of each animal. We provide sanctuary to at-risk horses and farm animals suffering neglect, abuse, or abandonment. We stand up for those that cannot stand up for themselves by providing care, sharing their stories, showcasing the true nature of farmed animals, and promoting wider adoption of plant-based eating to end animal suffering.

 

 

Ned’s Wish™ is a charity organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing the quality of life for retired police dogs by providing financial support for their medical well-being.

After human police officers finish serving their communities, their pension funds support them. Police dogs serve their communities, but are often not afforded the same care in retirement. Due to the cost of health care for retired police dogs, the potential to enjoy retirement can quite literally rest on a dime. If health care costs become too high, a dog’s quality of life can be significantly reduced, or even cut-short.

www.nedswish.com

 

 

If you are a registered Animal Charity or Animal Rescue Organization in Canada and wish to get in touch, please email us at info@animated.coffee