Among those looking for homes are, from left, Olivia, Dell and Java. (Click to enlarge)

They’re rescued from “high-kill” animal shelters and placed with foster families until permanent homes can be found.

They’re the dogs, cats, puppies and kittens rescued by Mutts-N-More, an organization that has no physical facilities but relies on a network of volunteers to house animals.

On Saturday, Red Bank’s Paw Palace will feature about dozen Mutts-N-More dogs available for adoption.

The dogs will be in the store, at 16 Monmouth Street, from 11a to 3p. Here’s information on some of them.