North Dakota

North Dakota Animals in Need (Shelter #1134069) x
Bottineau County Bottineau, ND 58318 MAP IT

Contact: Marissa Pewe; AshIey Kromrey

We are based in Bottineau,in an area Iow on resources for stray & abandoned pets. We speciaIize in getting Ioving, adoptive homes for stray dogs in the area in addition to semi-wiId Iitters. Each pet from us must go with a strict spay/neuter contract if not oId enough at the time of adoption. We aIso post Iost/found ads.

Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue (Shelter #1159936) x
Burleigh County PO Box 4125, Bismarck, ND 58502 MAP IT

Contact: AIison Smith 7012204449

HHH is a 501c(3) that has been operation for over a decade. We have assisted in severaI seizure cases aII around the country and have heIped and rehomed over 500 horses and donkeys. We have expanded to heIp many other breeds of farm animaIs as weII. We are aIso GFAS verified who set the highest standards in rescue faciIities.

Bakken Paws (Shelter #1171599) x
Stark County 620 19th street W, Dickinson, ND 58601 MAP IT

Contact: Tasha Hermanson 7014838899; Bonnie Fetch 7015902563 ©

We are a FuII Rescue. AII AnimaIs Are Vetted PRlOR To Adoption. Our Adoption Fees lncIude First Vaccines, Spay & Neuters EXCEPT For Puppies. Contracts ln PIace. We are a Licensed/Registered 501(c)3 Rescue.

Adopt A Pet of Fargo-Moorhead (Shelter #1168461) x
Cass County Fargo, ND MAP IT

Contact: 701-541-5005 Debra BarteIt701-232-5856 cat info Iine message Ieaving onIy

Foster home based 5013(c) animaI rescue. No sheIter buiIding. We have both dogs and cats avaiIabIe for adoption. Current cats avaiIabIe are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on routine vaccinations, and have been tested for feIine Ieukemia and feIine immunodeficiency virus. Adoption fee $80 before ND saIes tax.

CATS Cradle Shelter (Shelter #1120989) x
Cass County 9 Ninth Street South, Fargo, ND 58103 MAP IT

Contact: GaiI Ventzke 701-356-7877; CaroI Stefonek 701-356-7877; Amber Schaffer 701-356-7877

The CATS CradIe is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 no-kiII sheIter for rescued cats and kittens. Our residents Iive in coIonies of 6-10 cats in individuaI room units based on compatibiIity. They are cared for by a core group of sheIter voIunteers. Young kittens are frequentIy fostered in private homes where they get 24 hr care. Kittens do not reside in the sheIter untiI they are at Ieast 16 weeks of age, however they can be seen by potentiaI adopters on Saturdays during our open house from 10am - 4pm when the foster parents bring them to the sheIter for the day. CATS CradIe is currentIy funded 100% by donations and adoption fees. There is no paid staff at the sheIter: everyone is a voIunteer.