NESAA - New England Society for Abandoned Animals

NESAA (The New England Society for Abandoned Animals) is staffed entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to the implementation of "no-kill," humane programs to end the suffering and abuse of homeless and abandoned pets. This group serves 15 towns, a population of over 200,000, and a county of nearly 400 square miles, while also partnering with nearby counties. NESSA also provides free spay/neuter services for low-income communities. They have a comprehensive education program and have trained monitors who watch over 200 area feral colonies. They also work with local high schools and students who intend to work in the veterinary field, or simply because they love animals. 

NESSA website