Sonoma County Animal Rescue Organizations
Below is a list of Sonoma County Animal Rescue organizations of which we are aware - but it could be incomplete! So if you want us to list another - please send it along to vesta@sonic. net. These organizations are all run by people who sincerely care about animals - of all kinds. Follow the links to learn more - volunteer, find a pet for yourself, etc.
Bird Rescue of Sonoma County
Swallows, Swifts, Crows, Ravens, advice only
Box Turtle Sanctuary
Contact Alice Rogers by phone
permanent home for box turtles
Turtle/Tortoise Information and Referral
For a Care Sheet: http://www.tortoise.org/general/boxcare.html
Sebastopol. For BrightHaven's location, please call:
Sanctuary for elderly and disabled animals. Watch the video - it's quite amazing!
3410 Guerneville Road, Santa Rosa
Our mission is to rescue abandoned, homeless animals and place them into permanent, stable, loving forever homes.
Rescue Hours: Sat & Sun 11-5 Weds - Friday by appointment
Feline Rescue of No. Calif. Inc.
P.O. Box 215, Cloverdale, CA 95425
Adoption/spay/neuter strays and semi-ferals. We are a “shelter without walls” and “animal control with a heart,” operating with a tiny budget and no paid staff or administrative overhead.
1814 Empire Industrial Ct #F, Santa Rosa
Spay/neuter adoption and cat colony care
We are expanding our spay/neuter efforts to include tame and stray cats for low income individuals; these cats will have the opportunity to go through our clinics for a nominal fee.
Friends of the Animals
of the Redwood Empire
Provide programs to help pets and pet owners. FAIRE currently offers a reduced cost pet spay/neuter program to the residents of Cotati, Penngrove, Rohnert Park, and the Sebastopol area.
Healdsburg Animal Shelter
570 Westside Road, Healdsburg
Monday - Saturday, 11 AM - 4 PM
Sundays, 12 PM - 3 PM
cat/dog rescue adoption no kill policy
Adopt-a-Thon on designated Sundays from 11am-3pm in front of the Healdsburg Animal Shelter @570 Westside Road in Healdsburg. The adoption fees will be half price for both cats and dogs and the event will have a raffle, agility demo, doggie hors d’uevres and more! Check their web site and/or call for the next events.
Humane Society of Sonoma County
5345 Hwy 12 (@ Llano Rd), Santa Rosa
Open Everyday, 12:00 - 6:00 PM except holidays
Cat/dog rescue/adoption/low cost clinic
Animals at the Humane Society are cared for until they find a new home, including those that are sick or injured, those that may need behavior training or simply those that need the gift of time. Adoptable animals are never euthanized due to age or lack of space.
Pacific Wildlife Project
Pelicans, sea birds
All volunteer - treats more than 2,000 animals a year. Our goal is to give back some of what we take from the environment and to respect the natural balance between all living things.
Petaluma Animal Shelter
840 Hopper Street, Petaluma
Tues - Fri 1 ~ 6pm ,Sat 12 ~ 6pm
Cat/dog/rabbit - even a mouse! rescue and adoption. Numerous programs for schools on animal education. Foster programs. handles animal control issues for Petaluma.
19686 8th Street, Sonoma
Tues - Fri 12 ~ 5pm, Sat 11 ~ 5pm
Cat and dog care/adoption Sonoma Valley area. Programs in human education, spay & neuter, feral management, dog classes & rehabilitation.
Rohnert Park Animal Shelter
301 J. Rogers Lane, Rohnert Park
Wed: 1 ~ 6:30pm, Thurs/Fri: 1 ~ 5:30pm, Sun: 1 ~ 4:30 pm
Cat/dog/small animal rescue and adoption. The Rohnert Park Animal Shelter is operated by the City of Rohnert Park under direction of the Dept. of Public Safety
So Co Animal Care and Control
1247 Century Court, Santa Rosa
Domestic and livestock care and rescue. Finds homes for adoptable animals, helps owners find lost animals, pet licensing, rabies control, field services for injured, distressed and bused animals.
Sonoma County Reptile Rescue
contact by phone or web site
Hours of operation change daily due to varied volunteer schedules.
full range of services, including reptile rescue/rehabilitation, relocation, adoption, and education programs. Please feel free to contact us with any reptile related questions, adoptions, or emergencies.
Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue
403 Mecham Road, Petaluma
Mammal and Bird Rescue
Guided tours of our facilities are held on Saturdays at the times shown below:
Spring and Summer: 10:00, 12:00, 2:00
Fall and Winter: 2:00
Adults $5.00 donation Kids $3.00 donation
Note: For health and safety reasons, no one will be permitted to enter the site after tour departure or during non tour times throughout the week. Please Call for an Appointment and for more information.
The Bird Rescue Center
3430 Chanate Road, Santa Rosa
Open 8am ~ 5pm except during baby bird season - 8am to 8pm.
Wild native bird rescue and rehab. Our purpose is to assist the public in the rescue of injured, orphaned or ill birds.
The Kenwood Wildlife Center
171 Pythian Road, Santa Rosa
Owl and bird rescue/rehab/relocation. Promotes wildlife stewardship through education, scientific investigation and rehabilitation
Wildlife Fawn Rescue
19201 Sonoma Hwy #105
Sonoma, CA 95452
Deer and Fawn rehab. Answers to question when you find a fawn on their web site. All Wildlife Fawn Rescue's fawns come to us due to human interference. Therefore, we feel a deep obligation to restore them to health and return them to their natural habitat where they belong.
Jack Rabbits and Cottontails
Find a local Wildlife Rehabilitation organization :
Wine Country Greyhound Adoption
PO Box 6266, Santa Rosa 95406
Adoption and fostering of greyhounds. dedicated to finding caring, permanent homes for retired racing greyhounds, and to providing support and guidance for the adopted dogs and their families. We endeavor to educate the public of the plight of these wonderful dogs and demonstrate what loving companions they make.
PET STORES with Rescue Animals to Adopt:
375 Southwest Blvd, Rohnert Park
9084 Brooks Rd So., Windsor
2765 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa
575 Rohnert Park Expy West, Rohnert Park