Animal Defense League Overview
Through this program, ADL is able to bring in ill or injured animals and treat them medically and/or surgically. At another area shelter, these animals would no doubt be euthanized but have another chance at life through this program.
In 2009, ADL was able to treat nearly 2,000 animals ... animals who would otherwise be in pain or crippled and surely would die and horrible death on the streets or in abusive homes. Because of the espertise of our veterinarian, many of these animals can have orthopedic surgery, which allows them to have a healthy and active life.
This is an ongoing program made possible through the generosity of donors and foundations. Started in 2005, the Animals in Crisis Program has helped thousands of animals in our community.
Chartered in 1934, the Animal Defense League is a "no-kill," nonprofit organization dedicated to enhyancing the quality of life for agbandoned and abused dogs and cats by providing shelter, medical care, food and safety. While maintaining a healthy and loving facility, the League consistently works to find the best possible home for each resident animal.
Support by voluntary contributions and directed by a volunteer board, the League provides programs and services which strengthen the bond between animals and people. Through grassroots advocacy, education, legal intervention and rescue, the organization is the leading voice for dogs and cats.
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I have sponsored several kitties at ADL and toured their facility. In all my interactions I am amazed at the gracious, professional, and kind staff and volunteers; it's clear that those connected to this organization care deeply for the health, welfare, and happiness of our furry friends. When I ... more »