It’s the beginning of the workweek – fresh off the weekend glow and it’s time to get to work. Your Facebook feed is flooded with those ever so “funny” sleepy pictures showing living things needing more coffee… or perhaps those pictures of cute puppies sleeping in with a “just 5-more minutes” caption… and you know what we are tired of? THAT! IT’S TIME TO MAKE MONDAYS MATTER! Let’s turn the week on its head and make Monday’s one of the most meaningful days of the week! And could there be a better way to do that than to give back to the very animals that inspire or lives (so many of them in need)? We don’t think so. We are going to “make Mondays matter”! On select Mondays throughout the year, we are donating a case of our best-selling products to a no-kill animal shelter or rescue group that has been introduced to us – by you! All you have to do is simply introduce them to us through the link here. Because we believe everyone deserves to play.

  • Monday, 12/11/17
    Big Cypress German Shepherd Rescue

    Big Cypress German Shepherd Rescue is devoted to the rescue and rehabilitation of displaced German Shepherd Dogs. We use a combination of positive training, exercise, high quality nutrition, care and compassion to help these dogs reach their highest potential. We are a volunteer run organization with a small foster network, and we work hard every day to make sure our rescued dogs receive the highest level of love and care possible to help them become forever companions. 

  • Monday, 11/27/17
    United Doberman Rescue and Canine Castaways of Minnesota

    United Doberman Rescue and Canine Castaways of Minnesota is a new non-profit rescue. While we are based in MN, our mission is to help assist nationwide where local doberman rescue groups are unable to assist or take on additional dogs. All of our dogs reside in a foster home while they await adoption, and we like to provide each foster dog with a care package at intake – blanket, collar/leash, food, and we would LOVE to include some of your fun toys for these SMART dogs!


  • Monday, 11/06/17
    Lab Rescue of the LRCP

    Lab Rescue of the LRCP is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of Labrador Retrievers who would otherwise die in overcrowded shelters. We serve MD, DC, VA, WV, DE, PA and parts of NC and OH. We focus all our efforts to save Labs in need from shelters, humane societies, and owners who can no longer care for them. All the dogs brought into the rescue’s care are provided with rabies and distemper shots, tested for Heartworm, Lyme and other tick-borne diseases, and spayed/neutered. Sometimes we heal the dog’s spirit, but we also treat broken bones, deadly diseases such as Heartworm disease, remove cancerous growths, and treat parasitic conditions.

  • Monday, 10/23/17
    Central Pennsylvania Humane Society

    CPHS' adoption programs, their outreach to rescue groups, and their use of foster care have created a flow of animals in and out of their shelter that, more often than not, leave them with space available. CPHS won’t euthanize for illnesses that can be treated, behavior that can be modified, or for length of stay, providing there is quality of life for the pet.

  • Monday, 10/09/17
    Frankie’s Friends.

    Frankie’s Friends is a non-profit foundation dedicated to finding cures and saving pets with cancer and other life-threatening conditions. We save pets’ lives by providing grants to help with the cost of life-saving or life-enhancing emergency or specialty care for pets whose families cannot afford the full cost of treatment. In addition to Frankie’s Friends’ support, qualifying families are responsible for a portion of the treatment costs for their pets. The veterinary hospitals at which the pets are treated also assist by giving discounts.

  • Monday, 09/25/17
    Greenbrier Humane Society

    The Greenbrier Humane Society was established in 1965, and incorporated in 1986 as a non-profit organization. Since its formation, the GHS has grown with the needs of the rural communities it serves. The Greenbrier Humane Society coordinates several programs. These programs include the spay/neuter program, adoption, lost & found and educational programs with area schools.

  • Monday, 09/18/17
    Saving Grace Animal Rescue of Maryland

    Saving Grace is an entirely foster based rescue that works hard to give cats and dogs a good life.  Whether the animal is young or old, they will take any cat or dog in that they have a foster available for.  Saving the lives of pets, enhancing the lives of people!

  • Monday, 08/21/17

    A 501(c)(3) All Breed Dog Rescue. We do not have a facility and are foster based utilizing foster homes. RLR is run by a group of passionate, committed volunteers that work endlessly to save, as well as improve the lives of dogs. We rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome shelter animals on death row at kill shelters, take in owner surrenders to keep them from being dumped in a shelter, and provide a safe haven for stray, abandoned, or abused/neglected dogs.

  • Monday, 06/12/17
    Lazy Dog Rescue

    Lazy Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill dog rescue organization specializing in the Low Rider Breeds: Bassets, Corgis, and Dachshunds. We rescue dogs from shelters at risk of being euthanized as well as abandoned, abused, and stray dogs. We also rescue many dogs from owners who are forced to surrender their dogs due to financial or personal issues. Our primary goal is to rescue and rehabilitate these dogs in loving foster homes until they are adopted into their permanent homes.

  • Monday, 05/29/17
    VOCAL (Voices of Change Animal League)

    We are a non profit rescue group, who is completely foster and volunteer based, dedicated to ending the homeless pet problem through low cost spay/neuter and education. We also take in rescue animals who would have otherwise perished. We are a young company, only been in existence for 2 years. In 2016 we were able to adopt out 250 animals, and spay/neuter over 400 community animals (through the help of local veterinarians). We hope to be able to double those numbers this year. We were recently gifted with a 22 acre property that will house the low cost spay/neuter clinic (that we are in the process of raising money) and that will, in time, be a no kill shelter. At the present moment we are trying to keep our animals in foster care as it is better for them. At the present moment we have 53 animals in our care, both dogs and cats. When the clinic is up and running we hope to be able to spay/neuter around 4000 animals a year. We could not do what we do without the help from our fosters and volunteers. 

  • Monday, 04/24/17
    Sheltie Rescue of Utah

    Dear Animaganza, 


    Sheltie Rescue of Utah will be doing a giving opportunity drawing  at the upcoming Utah Valley Kennel Club (UVKC) show, beginning May 3rd- 7th 2017.  We’re requesting donations for our fundraising giving opportunity drawing.  We count heavily on this big annual fundraiser in order help offset the costs of veterinary bills and other expenses for our Shelties in rescue.  
    This is an all breed Conformation, Obedience, Rally and Agility show.  We are expecting a large entry and spectator turnout.    
    We are a 501c3 non-profit organization and 100% of the proceeds from the fundraiser of the donated items will go toward the Sheltie Rescue of Utah fund to help cover the many medical expenses of our past, current, and future Rescue Shelties, as well as support their foster care. 
    We are looking for any item from your business that can be drawn individually, a cluster of items in a basket, large items or gift certificates.  We would be very grateful for any support you can provide to Sheltie Rescue of Utah. We are also looking for samples or small items to give as “giveaways” to people who visit our booth.( ie ..water bottles, food dishes, pens, sample food, bones or treats ect…)   
    A prominently placed poster will be displayed with your Company listed as a generous donor, in support of our fundraiser for Sheltie Rescue.  We would be happy to put out any samples, coupons or literature in order to help promote your company in anyway.  
    Sheltie Rescue of Utah, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization, our EIN number is 26-3618552. 
    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. To learn more about our organization and some of the Shelties we’ve rescued, please visit our website at  
    Thank you in advance for your generous support of Sheltie Rescue of Utah.
    Cindy Wilkinson
    Sheltie Rescue of Utah
    Fundraising Coordinator
    Phone #: (801) 652-0388
    Please send donations to: 
    Sheltie Rescue C/O Cindy Wilkinson
    8081 Danbury Dr.
    Magna, UT. 84044

  • Monday, 04/10/17
    Worcester County Humane Society

    Worcester County Humane Society relies on donations and volunteers to aid their small staff in helping their animals. This past year they had adoptions that were over 300. Worcester County Humane Society is working hard to help as many animals as possible and are reaching out to rescues and high-kill, overpopulated shelters in the states surrounding them to get as many animals as possible. One of their largest initiatives this year is applying for numerous grants to start a low-cost, affordable spay/neuter clinics so that they can stop the overpopulation problems.

  • Monday, 03/27/17
    Pawsibilities Animal Rescue

    Pawsibilities Animal Rescue was originally conceived by cousins Samantha Carroll and Melanie Tramontina in the summer of 1998, when they filled the family barn with distressed goats and chicks from a nearby farm.  Officially named in 2009 by Samantha and classmate Emily Broschart, it is located in Harleysville, Pennsylvania, and is a non-profit, no-kill shelter dedicated to serving animals in need. We provide a safe and loving environment for domestic and farm animals that have been abused, abandoned, neglected, or simply unloved. We provide shelter and care to all types of animals including cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, reptiles, sheep, goats and more! Our hope is to rehabilitate and re home as many animals as physically and financially possible.  We also have many resident animals that provide friendship and act as shelter ambassadors.

  • Monday, 03/13/17
    Chicagoland Dog Rescue

    Chicagoland Dog Rescue is a volunteer based, shelter-less rescue. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, socializing, and placing homeless dogs into permanent homes - regardless of breed, size, or age.

  • Monday, 02/27/17
    Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne's County

    Open admissions shelter with a 95% live release rate. 96 adoptions in the month of December.

  • Monday, 02/13/17
    For Otis Sake

    Our mission at For Otis Sake is to save Death Row Dogs by pulling them from high-kill animal control and shelter facilities in WV, VA, PA, OH, GA, FL, NC, KY, TX and MD, and the lists of states is continuously growing! We are a foster only organization with no facility. All donations are used to provide medical care, food, medication, and training for our rescued animals as we prepare them for their adoptive families. Additionally, we work with our local Hospice organization to help their patients identify homes for their pets that will be left behind, our hope is that by doing so, we are providing them with peace of mind and preventing these pets from ending up in shelters.

  • Monday, 01/30/17
    One Dog More

    Welcome to One Dog More! We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Dover, Delaware, dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned animals, primarily cats and dogs, from high-kill shelters and owners who can no longer care for them. By working with committed volunteers, foster homes, local veterinarians and lower cost spay/neuter facilities, we provide pets with loving temporary care and find them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes. We also serve as a resource to our community by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter and good nutrition.

  • Monday, 01/16/17
    Tara's House Animal Rescue

    Tara's House saves dogs from local shelters, as well as from rural high-kill shelters that have little exposure to get their dogs adopted before their time is up.  Many of these dogs are misunderstood breeds, or in need of medical or behavioral help.  We are going into our 13th year of giving shelter dogs a second chance.

  • Monday, 12/19/16
    Maryland Animal Sanctuary & Rescue

    MAS Rescue is a small 501(c)(3) non-profit group that is dedicated to helping unwanted shelter animals whose time has run out and whose destiny is deemed perilous. An all volunteer organization, we have a passionate desire to save as many shelter animals as possible and work tirelessly to provide all the love and care they need. MAS Rescue has rescued and placed over 2,500 dogs and cats in loving forever homes. 

    Animals come to us from local shelters, some from distant shelters, while still others are displaced homeless animals found wandering the streets. We rescue, treat and rehabilitate animals through placement in volunteer foster homes for the purpose of eventual adoption into permanent homes that are loving and responsible. They are socialized with children, other animals, and are exposed to everyday family life.

  • Monday, 12/05/16
    Doberman Rescue Minnesota

    Doberman Rescue Minnesota (DRM) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 foster based animal rescue organization. DRM has a mission of rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing Dobermans in need and to educate the public on the Doberman breed.

  • Monday, 11/21/16
    Charlie's Foundation

    Charlie's Foundation is a 501C nonprofit,is a rescue group,has a spay/neuter program

  • Monday, 11/07/16
    Beck's Place

    Beck's Place is not a traditional rescue but we are deeply devoted to the connection people have with their pets.  We provide a number of services that operate as a support system to help low-income families in our community keep their pets without having to sacrifice their own well-being.  Our signature program is our Foster Boarding program which cares for animals while their owners seek stability, health and safety.  When that occurs owners and pets are reunited as a family - where they belong.  We continue to wrap the family with support services including a pet food/supply bank, veterinary care and basic needs so they can thrive.  

    We had the pleasure of meeting you at the Paddywack Pet Festival where your rep and organizer of Make Mondays Matter offered to partner with us on a Monday!

  • Monday, 10/17/16
    MustLuvBoxers Rescue

    MLBR strives to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome unwanted and abandonded Boxers all over the Pacific Northwest and will continue this endeavor until no Boxer is left behind.

  • Monday, 09/26/16
    Westie Rescue North Texas

    Westie Rescue of North Texas exists solely to rescue and rehabilitate abused, abandoned, neglected, homeless and surrendered West Highland White Terriers. Our Westies are provided with the attention, care and medical treatment necessary, including spaying/neutering, until a permanent home can be found. Through the commitment of our volunteers, WRNT also focuses on education of the public regarding puppy mills and responsible dog ownership, including spaying/neutering, training and humane care of Westies and other pets.

  • Monday, 09/12/16
    Humane Ohio

    We are proud to have spayed/neutered over 106,000 animals since opening in 2006 and helped thousands of people and prevented countless unwanted litters. Humane Ohio also operates a pet food bank where pet parents who have fallen on tough financial times can receive assistance feeding their beloved pets. The pet food bank gives out over 80,000 lbs of food annually and helps ensure pet parents will not have to surrender their pets to already overcrowded shelters.

  • Monday, 08/29/16

    PAWS is people helping animals. We are the kind of people who delight in the company of an animal friend, who are awed by a majestic eagle in flight. Like you, we understand that animals enrich our lives. We also know they cannot speak for themselves and need protection. That is why PAWS brings together people like you to ensure animals are respected, safe and have a voice. Since 1967, PAWS has united more than 130,000 companion animals with loving families, cared for 115,000 injured and orphaned wild animals, and made the world a better place for countless others through advocacy and education. PAWS is a champion for animals—rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife, sheltering and adopting homeless cats and dogs, and educating people to make a better world for animals and people.

  • Monday, 08/15/16
    The Rescued Dog

    The Rescued Dog is a non-profit 501(c)3, all-breed dog rescue in San Diego, CA. We consist of a network of fosters and volunteers dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating dogs in need throughout California and Mexico. We are committed to placing dogs in loving, forever homes and educating adopters on the responsibilities of dog ownership. The Rescued Dog strives to work with local area shelters and other rescue groups to create a better world for homeless pets.

  • Monday, 08/01/16
    Harvest Hills Animal Shelter

    HHAS is a no-kill animal shelter in a rural part of Maine which services 19 towns by taking in their strays and surrendered dogs and cats. We vet, spay and neuter all of the animals and find suitable homes for them via an application process. We are always trying to develop new programs, etc. to make the stays of these animals as easy as they can possibly be, including constructing a "living room" where staff and volunteers can take the dogs and cats for quiet time away from the noise and commotion of the shelter, and simply to give these animals more time out of their dog kennels and cat condos. With comfy leather couches (for the humans and pets), a TV with a DVD player, etc. this room is just like home and encourages volunteers to spend more time with our animals. We also have dog and cat toys in this room of course.

  • Monday, 07/18/16
    Morris Safe House

    Morris Safe House is a great rescue.  Sallie runs it very well, she alters the pets before they go home, deworms, HW preventative, and makes sure the pets are healthy before they go home.  She often treats tick borne illnesses and heartworms before that pet is ready to be adopted.  When you adopt from Safe House, you can rest assured your new family member is healthy as can be.

  • Monday, 07/04/16
    Crossroads Pets- Shop & Adopt

    Crossroads believes in the healing power of the human-animal bond. Our mission is to transform lives by creating opportunities for people who face poverty and homelessness to care for homeless pets. We provide job-training, employment, and affordable housing for at risk young adults, and we provide shelter and adoptions for abandoned dogs and cats through a public/private partnership with our local, public shelter. We also provide humane education and healing experiences for youth in custody through positive interactions with animals. The transformative power of the human-animal bond is central to our efforts to help people and animals. Through training and caring for animals, individuals gain confidence, marketable skills, and a sense of purpose, all of which are critical to long-term success. In turn, their efforts prepare homeless animals for successful adoptions. These interactions lead to mutually nurturing relationships that bring comfort and healing.

  • Monday, 06/20/16
    Snooty Giggles Dog Rescue

    SGDR is a foster based 501c3 dog rescue with a primary focus on medical cases and special needs dogs.  We take in an average of 350 dogs each year from our area shelters with 80% being medical cases of varying degree.  All of our dogs live in foster homes where they learn to become family members and we work diligently to make sure that each dog is matched with the perfect human companion based on their personalities and lifestyles.

  • Monday, 06/06/16
    The Humane Society of Catawba County

    Our mission is to make our community a better place by serving as an advocate for companion animals. Our vision for the future is that no adoptable animal will be euthanized in Catawba County, and that animal cruelty and inhumane treatment of animals will cease to exist.

  • Monday, 05/23/16
    The Dog Cafe

    The Dog Cafe’s mission is to revolutionize dog adoption by reinventing the way people connect with rescues who need homes. The Dog Cafe offers a comfortable and fun space for humans and dogs to hang out with each other, away from overcrowded shelters, which can provoke fear and aggression in perfectly adoptable pups. In addition to helping worthy pups find homes, we also offer the opportunity for people unable to have pets of their own to spend quality time with furry friends (and vice versa) without the commitment of adoption. (Submitted by Arianne Alizio)

  • Monday, 05/09/16
    Great Plains Search and Rescue K9s

    K9 Search and Rescue providing support to law enforcement for the missing.  Serving the Mid-West but will travel where needed.

  • Monday, 04/25/16
    Happy Tails Rescue

    Happy Tails Rescue of Minnesota, founded in 2005, is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned animals. By working with committed volunteers, foster homes, local veterinarians, trainers and boarding facilities, we are able to rescue dogs and cats providing them with loving temporary care until a well-matched, carefully screened forever home can be found.

    “I'm excited!!"

    Dedra Woodward - Vice President

  • Monday, 04/11/16
    The NOAH Center

    Northwest Organization for Animal Help (NOAH) is dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable and treatable homeless dogs and cats. We are committed to high quality spay and neuter programs available for low income residents, family friendly pet adoptions,  humane education, and volunteer programs through our state-of-the-art facilities and Spay/Neuter Center.

    “Thank you for choosing The NOAH Center as your first Make Monday’s Matter featured no kill shelter.  We are honored to have been selected and appreciate your support.” 
    Stacie Venture – Executive Director