Feeding Pets In Need
At Castor & Pollux, we know firsthand how pets can enrich our lives, and yet there is still a serious need to find good homes for perfectly adoptable pets. That’s why we’ve chosen pet adoption as our platform of choice. That’s why we developed our PetWorks Partners Program.
Through the years we’ve worked with many different pet adoption groups and they confirmed what we already knew: every pet deserves access to high quality food, even those waiting patiently to find their forever homes. We created the PetWorks Partners program so we could offer pet rescue groups around the country a way to feed natural and organic food to the dogs and cats in their shelters and foster homes. A healthy pet is an adoptable pet, and Castor & Pollux wants to help pets thrive in what can be a very stressful time. Since our founding, we’ve donated over 4 million pet meals, and helped thousands of pets find a family to love them.
To learn more about some of the wonderful rescue organizations out there, and to find out about their specific adoption events, click on their links below.
Austin Pets Alive
"Austin Pets Alive! fills the gaps in the community by identifying the problems that leave dogs and cats euthanized at the shelter and creating innovative programs to overcome those specific problems. Currently, we are focused on rescuing the pets who end up at the shelter and helping keep pets from being surrendered to the shelter. While we believe strongly in spaying and neutering, Austin already has great programs for those services, so we are focused on helping the pets who have already been born get out or stay out of the kill shelters.
San Antonio Pets Alive
"San Antonio Pets Alive! is a non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to making San Antonio a no-kill city. The organization's purpose is to provide the services needed to save the lives of the thousands of pets killed every year at the City of San Antonio Animal Care Services. We provide food, shelter, love and medical care to prepare the pets for foster and forever homes. Since January 2012 SAPA! has saved over 6000 homeless animals with the help of generous volunteers and donations and helped move the live release rate up of strays from 30% in 2011 to over 60% in 2012 and 83% 2013. The goal of SAPA! is to achieve and sustain a 90% rescue rate and make San Antonio the largest No Kill city in the country."
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue is a volunteer run animal rescue that saves homeless and abandoned dogs and cats from certain euthanasia. With no boarding facility or shelter of their own, Lucky Dog holds events across the District, Maryland and Virginia. Lucky Dog seeks not only to place dogs in loving homes, but also to educate dog owners about responsible pet ownership.
Oregon Dog Rescue – Oregon
Oregon Dog Rescue is an all-breed, no-kill shelter started by two dedicated women with twelve years of experience with rescue dogs. An all-volunteer group, Oregon Dog Rescue is devoted to placing the dogs in the best homes and assuring the long-term success of the adoption.
OFOSA – Oregon
Oregon Friends of Shelter Animals is a volunteer driven 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to reduce the number of adoptable animals euthanized in overcrowded shelters, restore them to good health, and through adoption, provide them permanent, loving homes.
All Terrier Rescue – Oregon
We love dogs and want to share that with as many people as possible which in return will reduce the deplorable euthanasia rate. We are an enthusiastic group of 15 people who are working tirelessly to stop adoptable dogs from being killed in shelters.