Animal Care & Welfare Services
This link contains useful information about adoption/rescue organization, animal control, pet shelters and supplies and licenses.
Animal Sanctuary and Care Society (ASCS)
The Animal Sanctuary and Care Society (ASCS) is a 501(c)3 organization that rescues, fosters and re-homes cats and kittens. We hold cat adoption events in Marin County.
Felidae Conservation Fund
Initiative to involve local communities and increase public awareness around the emerging questions in conservation of felidae (cat) species and their habitats, through a broad outreach, education and research effort, involving complementary initiatives and local businesses.
Field of Dogs
Near the Marin County Civic Center, volunteers are always needed for fundraising and event planning activities.
Guide Dogs for the Blind
We offer guide dogs and training free-of-charge to blind and visually impaired people throughout the US and Canada, and are supported by generous donors and volunteers.
Marin Cat Connection
A 501 (c) 3 non-profit dedicated to cat rescue, adoption and education. All of our kitties are fostered by our volunteers, so we can provide you with extensive information about their personalities.
Marin Friends of Ferals
Marin Friends of Ferals is dedicated to providing humane care and management of feral and homeless cats in Marin.
Marin Humane Society
Founded in 1907, The Marin Humane Society is a progressive, award-winning animal shelter, offering refuge and rehabilitation to nearly 8,000 animals.
Sausalito Dog Park
From sunup to sundown, dogs of all ages, sizes and types can be seen romping in the Park, chasing a never ending supply of tennis balls, simply lying at your feet under a picnic table or, on top of the picnic table.
We are passionate about finding permanent, loving new homes for rescued rabbits and educating people about the joys of living with rabbits as indoor companions.
Sea Turtle Restoration Project
The Sea Turtle Restoration Project fights to protect endangered sea turtles in ways that make cultural and economic sense to the communities that share the beaches and waters with these gentle creatures.
The Hungry Owl Project
Our mission is to reduce the need for harmful pesticides & rodenticides by encouraging natural predators, through conservation of habitat, erecting nest boxes when appropriate, through research & education, and by providing a resource of help and information on alternative methods of sustainable pest management.
The Marine Mammal Center
The Marine Mammal Center is a nonprofit veterinary hospital, research and educational center dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of ill and injured marine mammals - mostly seals and sea lions - and to the study of their health. The hospital is open to the public.
WildCare celebrates a 50 year history as a Marin environmental organization providing nature education programs to children and wildlife rehabilitation services to injured and orphaned wildlife.