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Finding Home For Ace

I finally trapped the neighborhood feral cat! He quickly figured out how to use the cat door to come into the kitchen for the dry food.

My cats would chase him out of the house, but I figured it was time to trap him, get him tested for disease, and get him neutered…

Read About How His Life Was Saved! »

Protect Alaskan Sled Dogs!

Dogs taking part in the Iditarod are whipped & driven to run more than 100 miles a day in sub-zero temperatures.

The State of Alaska can help these dogs, but exemptions are in place keeping the dogs from protection under animal cruelty laws.

Help Protect These Animals In Need! »

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Spay/Neuter American Pets

Spaying and neutering is the key to ending pet overpopulation, but many simply can't afford it.

The Remote Area Medical® Volunteer Corps delivers no-cost spay and neuter services to areas that need it most.

Keep This Crucial No-Cost Service Available! »

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8 million pets enter shelters each year. These programs are specially crafted to bring this number down to zero.

One Picture Saves a Life
Making sure first impressions become lasting impressions.

Rescue Rebuild
Help to repair shelters in need.

A Shot at Life
Keeping shelter animals healthy, so they can find a forever home.


Stop This Barbaric Festival!

In Yulin, China, the summer solstice marks their annual dog-eating festival. This cruel and inhumane festival kills an estimated 10,000 dogs per year. Recently, Humane Society International (HSI) sent staff to the city of Yulin in an effort to draw attention to the cruelty and to stand alongside Chinese activists and ordinary animal-loving citizens who care deeply about ending this horrific trade. Despite efforts from activists and Humane Society International alike, the number of dogs killed in the 2015 Yulin dog meat festival remained the same. Sadly, nearly half of the dogs were stolen pets—many of which were still wearing their collars.
You can help end this horrifying event, and save thousands of lives in the process!

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