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Causes: Animals

Mission: Animal welfare education and awareness through publications and conferences

Programs: Animal welfare education and awareness through publications and conferences

animal welfare education and awareness through publications and conferences

Community Stories

11 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Cindy219

Donor

Rating: 5

At a time when our critical bonds with animals are threatened in unprecedented ways, I am intensely grateful for the facts, education and compassionate expertise provided by the NAIA. They are uniquely prepared and poised to preserve the human-animal bond, and they are passionate about doing so!

1 Elizabeth201

Donor

Rating: 5

NAIA advocates for our pets and their people. This organization ably works to protect our rights to own, breed and improve those breeds that we love - and even the ones that are widely reviled. They are worth our support and praise on high!

2 Kathy235

Donor

Rating: 5

The National Animal Interest Alliance does a terrific job of educating people of the deceptive statements and practices of the animal rights organizations (not to be confused with animal welfare). They have tons of data they willingly share and are very easy to work with on issues relating to animal ownership.

2

Donor

Rating: 5

Doing a great job of informing people on important issues.

1

Donor

Rating: 5

Best animal welfare organization! They are the true voice for all domestic animals!!

3

Donor

Rating: 5

Ignore the hype of those big-name charities that claim to help animals but are more interested in fueling their animal rights agenda. This is the charity that cares about fostering the human-animal bond and saving our beloved pets by promoting animal welfare. Do right by the animals you love and support NAIA.

3

Donor

Rating: 5

NAIA is one of the FEW true animal welfare organizations rather than an animal rights group professing to care--but really seeking the end to animal ownership, the end of sensible farming techniques, the end of zoos, the end of circuses, the end of rodeos, the end of horse racing, and the end of purebred breeding of all species. Simply stated, the animal rights enthusiasts want to control your very being--and if successful in their advancement of ever more restrictive laws--they'll end animal ownership. If one researches the actual goals of Ingrid Newkirk and Wayne Pacelle, their dislike for animals is evident.

5

Donor

Rating: 5

With many animal organizations distorting, manipulating and exaggerating, even to the point of lying, NAIA stands apart for its thorough research and in-depth reporting on national issues regarding the treatment of domestic and wild animals.
It's "just the facts, ma'am."
Importantly, the donations it receives do not go into pensions or staff perks.

6

Donor

Rating: 5

NAIA is THE authority on animal care and welfare. It is a tremendous union of animal owners from livestock ranchers and farmers to every variety of pet owner to performance animals and more.

5 Sheila G.

Donor

Rating: 5

I've been a member of NAIA almost as long as I've been fighting the bogus organizations that only *claim* to help animals. NAIA really does help animals to live safe, happy, fulfilling lives, AND THEIR OWNERS to take appropriate care of said animals. One really great project NAIA has ongoing is to colect data from as many animal shelters as possible in all 50 states to determine what the intake, placement and kill rates really are. No one else has does this data gathering, but without it intelligent animal policy cannot be determined.