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Information on pet programs for domestic violence survivors is available through the two organizations listed below.

DomesticShelters.org

Find domestic violence shelters that offer a pet program.

Safe Haven for Pets

Find animal organizations that provide boarding or fostering for pets, as well as domestic violence shelters that offer a pet program.

If you think you are experiencing abuse or violence in a relationship and need assistance, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.7233​.

  • RedRover’s Safe Escape grants offer timely financial support to enable survivors and their pets to leave abusive homes. Grants are available on a case-by-case basis throughout the United States and may be used to pay for emergency boarding and veterinary care. For safety reasons, applications must be submitted online by a case worker or domestic violence shelter representative.
  • RedRover’s Safe Housing grants fund start-up costs for domestic violence shelters seeking to house pets on-site. Grants, up to $60,000, are offered on a one-time basis throughout the United States.
  • Don’tForgetThePets.org offers in-depth information on how and why to create a pet program, as well as training and coaching opportunities through RedRover and Rescue Rebuild. We highly recommend taking this training before applying for a Safe Housing grant.

Need additional domestic violence assistance?

Visit RedRover’s resource page for other sources of grant funding for DV shelters and resources for DV survivors.