AnimalVILLAGENM is a no-kill animal welfare organization located in Lincoln County in southern New Mexico. Please see services pages on this site for current information.
We provide year-round assistance to low-income pet guardians in Lincoln and Otero counties in New Mexico through our Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW) program. This program provides financial aid to qualifying individuals in need of vaccination or spay/neuter services for their pet.
AnimalVillageNM also provides a pet food-bank that is available for qualifying low-income individuals. We want to ensure that the local pets in our area are fed, and that their caregivers are given the chance to give their animals what they need.
AnimalVillageNM rehomes ONLY pets previously adopted from AnimalVillageNM. If you have an animal adopted elsewhere who you must relinquish, please see the rescue resource guide at apnm.org.
If you need to return an AnimalVillageNM-adopted pet, contact us IMMEDIATELY at AnimalVillageNM1@gmail.com.
Our mission is to stop the killing of thousands of dogs and cats abandoned at AC facilities. Because of the enormous number of pets being abandoned, New Mexico’s under-staffed and under-funded animal control facilities cannot keep them alive until committed homes are found. The vast majority of abandoned pets in New Mexico and in the United States never make it out of shelters alive.
We seek to help these cats and dogs that have no advocates of their own. AnimalVillageNM has dedicated our time and efforts towards providing animals transportation to No-Kill shelters. Alongside these efforts, we also seek to adopt out our rescued animals to loving forever homes that wish to provide the same quality of care that AnimalVillageNM has.