The general public does not understand (or maybe care) that there are several organizations in the Country and more in States that have immense treasuries that they use to successfully get more donations, successfully lobby elected officials and donate to re-election campaigns. No single organization has the funds to totally fight this evil.
This alliance is so critical to shed light on our true relationships with animals. A history that extends to the earliest stages of human and domestic animal evolution. Thank you for your work and your dedication.
The National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) is a very good organization. It brings together various groups who care about the actual welfare of animals, including pets, as well as the rights and responsibilities of human owners of animals. I attended the group's annual conference the last two years and i was very impressed with the assemblage of leaders and thinkers who focus on animal welfare and law. In 2015 the NAIA also funded a very important study of Animal Shelter data that showed that less than 10% of shelter dogs were marketed by shelters as purebred dogs.
NAIA is an organization that goes above and beyond the typical service of an animal welfare organization. NAIA works hard for the rights of animal owners all over the country. Such an amazing organization run by a wonderful group of people. The amount of education and support they provide is very much appreciated.
professional and truly cares about protecting animals
NAIA is the only group in the country working to preserve all of our relationships with animals. They are true animal welfarists and they treasure the human-animal bond. EVERYONE who loves animals should join NAIA now!
If you want accurate information about animal welfare issues, this is the place to go. If you want to help animals and strengthen the human-animal bond, this is the place to go. Lastly, if you think animal rights is the same as animal welfare you really need to go there to get educated.
NAIA is an excellent organization who's aim is to truly protect animals. They tell the truth, the whole truth. Truth's that other "humane" organizations would rather they not tell.
Quite simply, this group is far more concerned with protecting the rights of those who make money from animal suffering. Take a look at their positions on puppy mills, for example. They pretend to be about animal welfare to lure in unsuspecting animal lovers. It's disgusting.
NAIA speaks all the language of animal welfare and pretends to be an animal welfare organization, but its real purpose is to protect the rights of people to do anything they want to animals in their care.
NAIA actively lobbies against any sort of animal welfare legislation including laws against puppy mills. They have spoken out against animal shelters on numerous occasions, going so far as to accuse them of importing dogs from other countries in order to sell them for a profit. They pretend there is non such thing as pet overpopulation, and that there are plenty of homes for homeless pets, because they gives cover for the high-volume puppy mills that they serve to continue churning out puppies in horrible conditions to sell for vastly over-inflated prices over the internet and in pet stores.
The misinformation and outright lies coming from NAIA are a disgrace, and this organization does harm to every true animal welfare organization in America as well as the animals themselves.