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Jul 26, 2012 - The KC Pet Project, operating the Kansas City, Missouri Animal Shelter, is the largest and only open-intake facility in the city
Paws Crossed is a section 501(c)3 no kill foster-based rescue group based in the Kansas City, Missouri and Johnson County, Kansas metro areas. We are dedicated to rescuing pets left homeless, in high euthanasia shelters, and those in danger of abuse and neglect. We assist pets without regard to age, breed or ease of placement to the extent our finances allow, with the pets in greatest need taking priority. Animals in our care are spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated, and provided additional veterinary care as needed. Our animals are placed in foster homes where they wait for placement in a permanent home. Paws Crossed, Inc. strives to place pets in loving and committed permanent homes through a comprehensive adoption process which includes educating prospective adopters about costs and responsibilities associated with bringing a new pet into their home as well as finding a good match for both the pet and the families.
The former Kansas City municipal animal shelter is now under new management, and is ALSO now a no-kill shelter! With three locations in Kansas City (the Missouri Animal Shelter on Raytown Rd., in the Zona Rosa shopping center, and inside Petco in Overland Park), they’re a rapidly-growing shelter and adoption organization with lots of great new friends for you and your family!
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Kansas City, MO Animal Shelter | KC Pet Project (KCPP)
LL Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) Kansas Nonprofit Corporation, licensed with Kansas as an Animal Shelter, dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and finding new homes for unwanted dogs. They specialize in helping small dogs in the Greater Kansas City area including both Missouri and Kansas. Many of their dogs are owner turn-ins and those from puppymills. Others are adopted out of local shelters if their time there is up. The dogs are spayed or neutered (or adopted out under a pre-paid spay/neuter contract if under 4 months of age), heartworm checked negative, and given rabies, kennel cough and parvo/distemper inoculations. Many of their dogs are wormed, and some receive extensive dental care.