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What a wonderful organization that does not profit from donations of money or hair! Please check our CWHL and watch the videos of these kiddos receiving this precious gift! more
Great organization that gets great results -- 93% success rate, millions of acres of habitat protected, great staff, lean mean... more »
- Tucson, AZ
I am a supporter of the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Conservation Center - and for good reason - the work they are doing for these... more »
- Keenesburg, CO
I donate monies to several animal societies/rescue organization. most of the money goes to administrative fees, which I do understand.... more »
- St Pauls, NC
Fueled by donations of over $35 million their activities have spread across the country and beyond. A great deal of good is done... more »
- Kanab, UT
THis organization lies and lies some more about their cats and where they came from. more »
- Tampa, FL
United Animal Nations is truly there in times of animal crisis and a staunch defender in the rights of all animals. As an EARS... more »
- Sacramento, CA
Great organization! Very fair and not corrupted group that does great projects to save endangered species and protect rainforest! I... more »
- San Francisco, CA
Peter S.4 wrote:
POSITIVE what we do see is issues being raised in appropriate areas! more »
- Los Angeles, CA
HSUS goes the distance for animals with a voice that crosses geographical and psychological boundaries in successful attempts... more »
- Washington, DC
G2K is nothing more than a sham. They claim to help the greyhounds. Yet, when they close a track, people are left without jobs,... more »
- Arlington, MA
In the US alone, 3 to 4 million pets are euthanized each year and hundreds of millions of dogs and cats are strays left without a home or people to care for them. Natural disasters, and the economic downturn, have also put more pets at risk of losing their caring homes.
There are over 1 million different animal species on earth and only 50,000 nonprofits to help them. These nonprofits help people adopt stray animals as pets and rescue those animals that are at risk or abandoned. Many run low-cost spay or neuter programs or help owners with high vet bills. Some organizations fight for animal rights, whether on farms, in homes or in the wild and others fight against extinction by protecting endangered species. Work with an animal rescue or animal shelter near you and join the fight for animal welfare.