WELCOME TO ANIMAL COMPASSION TEAM
We are a Nonprofit Animal Rescue organization with big purpose!! Our goal is to save as many wonderful homeless pets as possible. In Fresno County /City we have one of the largest populations of homeless pets in the Country. Without the work we do the future would be bleak for many homeless animals. We are volunteer based organization and receive no funding from local government. What does that mean? It means we do this because we love the animals and no other reason at all. We feel their lives are worth the hard work. How can you help us, by adopting, donating, fostering, or volunteering !?! We place our intake focus on the homeless pets in Fresno County and the surrounding areas and provide relief for many rural shelters that have no adoption programs in place.
We believe that all dogs and cats are as individual as adopters and make great effort to help match your family with the pet that is best suited for you. Through lifelong commitments and healthy fulfilled lives we believe pets are able to become the best they can be and amazing relationships are built.
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Tess lived in a home for two years and sadly her family had to give her up. Tess is the most loyal girl and if you are lucky enough to make her part of your family you will never have more love. She would do best in a low traffic home. Tess has a very mellow personality and really just wants someone to snuggle with. She does well with younger submissive dogs but would ...read more about Tess
Check out this cool cat! Macey is a super sweet gal with a gorgeous set of greenish eyes! Macey was rescued from a kill shelter where she was actually on her way to be euthanized when a wonderful shelter employee noticed that ACT had tagged her for LIFE!!! She pulled Macey and her kittens out and stashed them away until an ACT volunteer could pick her up (only a couple of hours)....read more about Macey
This little bundle of joy is Chico! He's a little camera shy, but wait until you meet him. He has adorable little ears that stand up. What a cutie he is. Chico was returned to ACT after having been adopted out to a wonderful older lady that needed his company. Chico served as her loyal companion for years. He was her alert dog (untrained). Unfortunately, Chico's ...read more about Chico
Bow is a big guy who's always first to the table at meal time. He gets along with other kitties as long as they don't get between him and his food. It takes him a while to adapt to new situations but once he knows he's safe (and where the food is) he settles in. However, if in a house with more than one cat, he will want to be the dominant one so he'd probably be ...read more about Bow
I'm Buttons and I'm a very shy girl. I came to the ACT Sofia Center with my brother, Bow. He's outgoing and has settled in nicely. I would very much like to be adopted along with my brother, Bow.
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Aye, Chihuahua!! -- Monday March 2nd, 2015
ABC 30 Pet of the Week: Keesha -- Thursday February 26th, 2015
ABC 30 Pet of the Week Sue-Zee and Willow-Bee -- Thursday February 19th, 2015
ABC 30 Pet of the Week "We are the Drain Pipe Pups" -- Thursday February 12th, 2015
Chico's Donates 10% -- Thursday April 28th, 2011