One of the most caring, helpful, heartfelt and active organizations in the Southwest. Volunteers work tirelessly to solve an epidemic of un-neutered/spayed domestic animals. They work to elevate pain and suffering of the abused and provide food to those that need help to keep their pets in their homes. They are active on every front for the abused, the loved and the wild.
This organization is one of the best organized group that I have encountered. Their mission is worthy; they are effective at fundraising to support their efforts without being pushy or resorting to pitiful pictures to pull at heartstrings; and best of all, they have excellent leadership. The emphasis on spay/neuter efforts is well thought out, preventing many adoption problems later. Truly a worthy non-profit for your recognition.
Wow, the work that this group does in incredible. They do an amazing job on so many levels and help so many people and animals. Their board is totally dedicated to helping animals, even when it isn't part of their purview. Animal Control officers call them instead of the humane society shelter some times to help problem solve. My biggest concern is that one day they'll all burn out and give up the fight, but so far they're still going strong.