In times like this, we encourage everyone to keep in mind those who are most at risk and need our help. If you are heading to the pet store to purchase supplies for your four-legged friends, please consider asking your at-risk and elderly neighbors and friends if you can assist them and pick up any supplies they may need.
As time goes on, the amazing non-profit rescues, shelters, and foster organizations that care for pets in need will require additional help. They depend on the generous donations from their local communities, but as times get tough they may not get the support they need.
At Weruva we’re doing everything we can to support these organizations, but we can not help them all. We are compiling a list of organizations that have reached out to us for help. We’re hoping that people in the greater United States community can come together and help those most in need.
Below is a list of organizations and links to their donation pages, or an Amazon wish list. These groups have reached out to us in a time of need. Weruva is not affiliated with these groups in any way, please use your own discretion when supporting an organization.
If you are a shelter in need, please fill out the form below with your information and we will add you to our list.
- Doodlebug Manor
- Seattle Dogs
- Tenth Life Cat Rescue
- Community Cat Coalition of Edmond Inc.
- House of Misfits Rescue, Inc.
- Keitha’s Kittie Rescue
- Humboldt Animal Rescue Team
- Adopt a Grown Cat
- Mid Hudson Animal Aid
- S.N.A.P. Spay Neuter and Protect
- Forever Fortunate Felines
- CatCafe Lounge
- Queen Street cats
- Good Mews Animal Foundation
- Operation Hood
- Halfway Home Rescue inc
- Planned PEThood of Georgia
- Southern Arizona Cat Rescue
- Saving Grace pet food bank
- Meow foundation
- Charlie’s Army Animal Rescue
- Doggone Happy Animal Rescue
- Save Our Cats and Kittens, Inc
- Animal Outreach Humane Society
- Ten Lives Cat Rescue
- Save Cats and Obliterate Overpopulation
- Centerville Pet Rescue