Rescue Farm, Inc., is a non-profit, no-kill rescue shelter working to end euthanasia of adoptable animals. Rescue Farm operates out of a private residence located in Poland, Indiana; therefore, adoptions are arranged by appointment only. See website for adoptable pets and adoption information.
The All Breed Rescue Alliance of South Central Indiana, Inc. (ABRASCI) is a non-profit, all volunteer organization. The Alliance was created in 1998 by six individuals who worked with their respective breed rescue groups dedicated to the rescue of a particular breed of dog. These individuals saw a need in Monroe County to work together, share information and publicize the concept of breed rescue.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday from 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Tuesday, Friday from 12 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. and Sunday 1 -
Whether your puppy has lost its way or an animal needs a home, the City of Bloomington Animal Care and Control is here to help. A division of the Department of Public Works, Animal Care and Control operates the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter and is the primary provider of animal-related services for Bloomington and Monroe County.
Nonprofit center which houses retired or abandoned exotic felines (tigers, leopards, bobcats).
How to get there: Drive west on Ind. 46 (past Ellettsville and Spencer). Go 3 miles past the town of Bowling Green. Look for a "Center Point" town sign. Turn right at County Road 200 E. Drive until you get to the first intersection (Ashboro Road). Turn right onto Ashboro Road. The center is the first place you will come to. "It looks like a federal prison. We'll be the only place you drive by that has lions and tigers."