Habiba and Friends Animal Shelter in Cairo, Egypt
Habiba and Friends Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization based in Cairo, Egypt. A small humble shelter, overwhelmed with neglected and homeless animals. Shelter director Bilkes Ibrahem has been involved in animal rescue for 12 years in a country that despises animals and has no animal welfare laws. Bilkes decided to start her non-profit in 2016 due to there being no animal services and the necessity of helping so many lives! Habiba and Friends Animal Shelter is a caring place where animals are rescued from so much cruelty and abuse and find loving homes all over the world. Bilkes's goal one day is to expand her facility so they can take in and help more unwanted and injured animals.
The Kris Kelly Foundation in Los Angeles, California
Kris Kelly, a Vegan Animal Rights Activist was appointed Director of Animal Welfare (DAW) for Pacific Palisades, California in 2005 by community council chairman and went on to start her own organization. The Kris Kelly Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue was formed in 2006. Her rescue saves animals from animal shelters that are at risk of euthanasia and gets them medical care, foster care, socialization and forever homes. They also rescue and take dogs from other countries that are even more at a disadvantage, they help animals that are being abused and capture strays from the treets that have been abandoned. The Kris Kelly Foundation is not breed specific and helps all animals, Dogs, Cats, Chickens, Pigs, Turkeys etc and helps animals of all ages.
Houston K-911 Rescue in Houston, Texas
Houston K-911 Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Anna Barbosa in 2015. Their mission is to help the immediate crisis of animal overpopulation in Houston, Texas rescuing street dogs in poor conditions. Many of the dogs they take in are emergency cases that require immediate assistance and help dogs no matter the condition they are in. Houston K-911 Rescue care for abandoned and neglected dogs, nurse broken bones, and help heal old and new wounds alike. Since their inception they have saved over 1500 dogs with tens of thousands of dogs still roaming the streets of Houston, they still have a lot of work ahead of them!