Project Jessie is the rescue and adoption program of Animal Alliance of Canada and has been helping animals since 1991.
How Can You Help?
Project Jessie is a rescue network – we rescue primarily from shelters that send their animals to research, or would euthanize for inappropriate reasons such as overcrowding, treatable medical issues, or behavioral concerns. Animals are fully vetted, cared for in foster homes and then adopted into permanent homes.
Whether you can Donate, Adopt, Foster, Volunteer your time or services, or are just interested in more information, we hope you can find what you need here. If you have any questions, please call or e-mail us at any time.
Where Are We Located?
Our main office is in Toronto, but our foster homes are located all across Ontario.
If you are interested in meeting a Project Jessie animal that is available for adoption, you must contact us, start the adoption process, and then set up an appointment. We do not have Project Jessie adoptable animals at the main office.
Project Jessie rescues mainly dogs and cats from shelters. On occasion we can help with difficult private situations, rescuing of birds, small animals and exotics, farmed animals, or owned animals.
We are often asked to speak at schools and other events. If time allows we are happy to do so, but can also provide literature, and information to support your own event.
Feral cats – Animal Alliance – Project Jessie is proud to be part of the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition and can help direct you to the appropriate resources.
If you are not in the Toronto area, we may be able to provide advice and ideas, but we do not provide TNR services.