PetPromise is a cat and dog rescue made up of a group of volunteers who care about the future of companion animals and who work together to help change the future of homeless pets.


The founders of PetPromise began rescuing and finding homes for stray cats and dogs in 1996. The founders along with a network of other people interested in the welfare of homeless companion animals formed PetPromise in 1999. PetPromise was officially incorporated on February 4, 2000.


  • rescuing strays from the street or from death row at shelters
  • providing pets in our charge with medical care and rehabilitation
  • guiding placement and adoption of pets into permanent homes
  • providing spay and neuter services for feral cats
  • creating community awareness and education
  • raising capital funds to secure a no-kill sanctuary


PetPromise is dedicated to helping to create a world where there are no more homeless pets through education, rescue, sterilization, and adoption.

PetPromise is a non-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization.

We do not have a shelter or sanctuary. All pets are cared for in volunteer foster homes until they are adopted.

We are a no-kill animal welfare organization and do not support euthanasia as a method of population control.

PetPromise helps many pets that other shelters and rescues would consider "unadoptable" due to age, medical condition, or breed.

PetPromise receives no governmental funding. PetPromise is supported solely by public and private donations and volunteer fundraising.

Detailed organizational and financial information about PetPromise is available at GuideStar.org.


We need your help to fulfill this dream. Your financial support, whatever you can give, will take us that much closer to making the PetPromise Adoption Center a reality. Please help us reach our goal of building a center that will help make the future brighter for ALL homeless pets. You can help by becoming a “Building Partner” through our adoption center campaign program.

Email us at pets@petpromise.org

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