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COVID-19 means shelters are closing to the public and operating with reduced staff. Here's how you can help a cat, dog, rabbit or other animal in need.
Animal welfare groups are urging people to keep pets inside and warm.
The Best Friends Animal Society collaborates with shelters and animal rights organizations to host adoption events in multiple U.S. cities.
While our historic milestone provides plenty of reasons to take pause and commemorate our past, the urgency of our cause demands that we continue to look ahead. To that end, the ASPCA is at the forefront of three relatively new areas of animal welfare concentration where the potential for saving lives is nearly limitless.
While some reasonable estimates exist, the true number of U.S. animals sheltered at a national level has never actually been counted, much less shared. This lack of clarity severely impedes our ability to best serve our country's homeless animals.
Studio Photos by Stoetzel Photo / Shop Dog & Co Over 600 dogs and cats were available, and the number floored me. But you
"She seemed to take in all of the sights, smells and views like she'd always gone on hikes this way."
While we may have little to defend against a zombie apocalypse, when it comes to the plight of community cats - we know the answer, and we will continue to fight for their right to live.