Animal Rescue of Tracy

Cause Area

  • Animals


793 So. Tracy Blvd. #133Tracy, CA 95376 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Animal Rescue of Tracy is non-profit group of passionate volunteers trying to make a difference in the lives of abandoned animals throughout our community of Tracy, California. We have so many sweet and affectionate animals in our care that need a new home with a loving family. As a 100% donation and volunteer-dependent organization, there are so many ways you can help. We welcome you to explore our site to learn more about us, our adoptable pets, and how you can help. Here's to you, animal lover!


Our Vision

Dedicated to the rescue, nurturing and adoption of companion animals.

Our Mission

To rescue and nurture companion animals with the mission of finding them safe and happy adoptive homes. We strive to create community awareness of the importance of spaying and neutering to avoid overpopulation and reduce the community euthanasia rate.

A Brief History

Animal Rescue of Tracy was founded in 1994 to meet an increasing need for compassionate care for abandoned or mistreated pets. In 2002, Animal Rescue of Tracy became a full-fledged, independent, non-profit rescue. In our existence we have rescued, spayed/neutered, and found homes for more than 2,000 cats and dogs. We rescue animals from the local shelter and work with the public in select abandonment situations.

Awards and Recognition

2015 Best of the Best Adoption Agency, Tracy Press

2014 Best of the Best Adoption Agency, Tracy Press

Recipient of the 2007 Tracy Chamber of Commerce Community Award/Organization of the Year.


Would you recommend Animal Rescue of Tracy?
4 reviews Write a review
by Gabriela C. (August 19, 2020)
All of my friends and I love animals so I think this would be really interesting and fun to do! If it’s remote due to COVID, I would still recommend because it’s always great to get some volunteer hours!
by Miguel Angel L. (April 12, 2019)
I enjoy spending time with animals. Even though I am a full time student, I still find time to try and help our local animals. I am also looking for a place where I can gain a lot more knowledge and experience. I am ready for a new challenge
by Caroline G. from Manteca, CA (November 24, 2014)
Yes because it's a great thing to help out our community and especially when it comes to animals. They are like family in my world and I treat them like I would a person

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