National Animal Interest Alliance

Rating: 4.34 stars   50 reviews


111 Sw 5TH Ave Ste 2660 Portland OR 97204 USA


2011 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

5 people found this review helpful

NAIA has withstood the test of time for being concerned with all animal welfare; bringing the facts, not emotion to the public; educating the public regarding all animal use.

It remains the premier national animal welfare organization .

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Rating: 5 stars  

7 people found this review helpful

NAIA celebrates the human-animal bond. It supports animal welfare and counters the animal rights movement's lies and exaggerations with the truth. The website is a source of valuable information in countering the animal rights agenda, providing model legislation, white papers,and thoroughly researched articles in its extensive library. Additionally, it maintains a chronology of acts of animal rights extremism, and a large quote file of statements by animal rights leaders that clearly shows their intent to block the enjoyment and use of animals for human benefit. NAIA's annual conferences bring together a wide variety of experts dealing with all areas of animal welfare - pets, animal agriculture, entertainment, biomedical research and more.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

educating many new people about our bond with animals and about the dangers to this bond by the animal rights movement.

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