Orange County Animal Services Orange County Animal Services offers adoptions, spay/neuter programs, low-cost rabies/microchip clinics and many other services. AnimalKind and Orange County want to help low income families spay and neuter their pets. To see if you may qualify, click on THE FIX …Read More ››
NC Spay/Neuter Program Changes Are In! The 2017 state budget approval was an exciting time for AnimalKind’s office. Our state legislators agreed as of July 1, 2016, to a budget that will enable our spay/neuter program to approve more people to fix their pets! The state “I-Care” license…Read More ››
Donation Drive Toolkit YOU can now host a donation drive on behalf of ReTails Thrift Shop and AnimalKind! With the help of our new Donation Drive Toolkit hosting a donation drive is an easy and fun way to positively impact cats and dogs in NC.…Read More ››
New Pet Memorial Cards! Recently a friend of mine posted on Facebook that her elderly basset hound was nearing the end of her life due to a heart condition. I tried to decide how best to express my sympathy and do something positive in…Read More ››
Service Raleigh 2019 Goes to ReTails! On Saturday, April 13, twenty-nine volunteers of NC State’s University- Service Raleigh 2019 helped organize, tidy, sort and clean the thrift store. Special thanks go to ReTails Thrift Shop’s Ada and Gladys for assisting in all the planned activities. We…Read More ››
Interview with SNAP-NC Last week, one of our volunteers from UNC interviewed Dr. Laureen Bartfield, who has been working as a vet for 16 years and currently works for the Spay-Neuter Assistance Program of North Carolina (SNAP-NC). SNAP-NC is a nonprofit organization dedicated…Read More ››
AnimalKind is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Raleigh, NC. Our mission is to end the unnecessary euthanasia of adoptable cats and dogs in North Carolina Shelters.
Our organization and programs grew out of a national need to address the overpopulation of adoptable cats and dogs in our shelters. Currently millions of sheltered animals are euthanized in the US on a yearly basis, just to make room for more, and thousands of those occur in North Carolina.