The Rescue Groups listed below have all received monetary donations from the Don Cherry’s Pet Rescue Foundation. YOU can assist us in supporting organizations like the ones showcased in this page by donating. Please click on the logos below to read their stories.
Norway House Animal Rescue, AKA Manitoba Animal Alliance is a power house organization, leading the way in addressing so many facets of dealing with the Northern Dog crisis.
An independent Humane Society run totally by volunteers and gets no funding from the SPCA or government.
Thousands of dogs have been saved by this Alberta charity. Read more about their services and accomplishments.
A Mississauga, Ontario based organization that mainly rescues dogs from the Southern U.S., focusing on Georgia.
On July 2011, a dog named Annie was found abandoned and scared on the side of the highway near Brokenhead First Nations. Testing positive for heartworm & lyme disease, her fearless rescuers organized a garage sale to cover treatments. With this one act of kindness Manitoba Underdogs was formed.
Meet Carrie and her adventures in having Cindy Cherry be a first time flight volunteer to get her out of Ontario that bans her “type”.
Read about the B.C. group that is very proactive in taking animal injustices and rescue to new levels.
Another much needed organization that address the ever-growing problem of the feral cat problem that exists in almost every city throughout Canada.
This CRA registered charity helps farm and companion animals through rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, long-term care, and community education.
Lost Boys Hope rescued and successfully adopted 300 plus dogs, that number continues to rise weekly.
A major player in the attempt to bring awareness, attention & action to a serious animal welfare crisis going on today in Northern Canada.
The Manitoba Mutts Dog Rescue take in dogs and cats from Manitoba who have been abandoned, abused, or surrendered at no fault of their own.
Founded in 2013, based in Toronto by two sisters. They have an inspirational approach to dog rescuing.
One of the many organizations that see the challenges the Northern Communities have with their pet overpopulation crisis.
Did you know children living in First Nation communities are 180 times more likely to be bit by a dog then a child living in an urban setting? Hundreds of dogs roam unvaccinated unsocialized and breed uncontrollably. Many will not survive the winter but even more will suffer so badly right in our own backyard. Read what this organization is doing about it.
Wolfe Islands friends of Ferals is about the humane population management of Wolfe Islands 400+ feral cats.
Carter’s is a non-profit animal rescue dedicated to finding safe, loving homes for all dogs regardless of their breed and age.
Learn more about Willie- the inspiration in the development of Hearts on Noses, a Sanctuary in a quest to save these “mini-pigs”.
This Nova Scotia Rescue Group has that universal common thread that connects all rescuers, and that is their love and passion for all animals.
Focusing on Foster Care & Adoption Care Programs, while their dedicated Foster Families provide kindness & compassion.
As our population gets older so does the amount of unwanted senior pets. This organization addresses this increasing trend.
This London based organization has been around since 1977. Their focus is on adoption, education, and spaying/neutering.
Saving horses and menopausal women. What’s the connection? Getting educated is half the battle in “loving” animals.
Donkeys, mules, hinnies…all beasts of burden and rightly named. Read about an organization that recognizes such injustices and tries to do something about it.