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As a nonprofit, K9s for Warriors is tremendously successful from recruiting volunteers, to providing care and training for the wounded warriors and their service dogs, and managing such an phenomenal organization.... more
I have been a regular weekly volunteer for the Wild Bird Fund for a year, and I am so grateful that this place exists to help... more »
- New York, NY
This rescue, Ipswich Equine Rescue is no doubt one of the best horse rescues we have dealt with. more »
- Magnolia, TX
Angie Ryan wrote:
We sought out Second Chance German Shepherd Rescue after doing some research on other groups, and found that they were so very... more »
- Houston, TX
That's why Rescue Groups will some time end the not so Humane Societys more »
- Bingham Farms, MI
This organization is phenomenal in what it does, rescue abandoned, neglected and abused horses while also providing sanctuary... more »
- Lockwood, CA
Laura H. wrote:
We've had our school therapy dog for 2 years and continue to receive wonderful support! ADAI is only a phone call away and are... more »
- Swanton, OH
Linda A. wrote:
I had the experience of adopting a wonderful pup from a wish for animals. He had been fostered by a neighbor and the care she... more »
- Laguna Niguel, CA
I have volunteered at Middleburg Humane for almost 2 years, going 2-3 times a week. Small miracles happen there all the time!... more »
- Middleburg, VA
I had a horrible experience with Denkai. Jenna is extremly rude, she gives you the run around about adopting a puppy. She has... more »
- Grover, CO
Cressie Animal Refuge and Enrichment, d.b.a. CARE, has saved hundreds of dogs this year alone! San Antonio is probably the worst... more »
- San Antonio, TX
In the US alone, 3 to 4 million pets are euthanized each year and hundreds of millions of dogs and cats are strays left without a home or people to care for them. Natural disasters, and the economic downturn, have also put more pets at risk of losing their caring homes.
There are over 1 million different animal species on earth and only 50,000 nonprofits to help them. These nonprofits help people adopt stray animals as pets and rescue those animals that are at risk or abandoned. Many run low-cost spay or neuter programs or help owners with high vet bills. Some organizations fight for animal rights, whether on farms, in homes or in the wild and others fight against extinction by protecting endangered species. Work with an animal rescue or animal shelter near you and join the fight for animal welfare.