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I am very thankful for this organization. The diapers exceeded my expectations and my chapter president has been very helpful and nice. more
The American Anti-Vivisection Society has saved the lives of thousands of animals by exposing the cruel treatment of animals that... more »
- Jenkintown, PA
I had been following Marleys Mutts for a bit. I started volunteering this year. they are an amazing group of people from all walks... more »
- Tehachapi, CA
I have been a vokunteer advocate for nonprofit animal charities for over 20 years in various capacities - as a volunteer, board... more »
- North Charleston, SC
Dana W.1 wrote:
People are always surprised when I tell them there's a big cat sanctuary so close to the city. It might be tucked away in Wylie... more »
- Wylie, TX
I volunteered there yesterday with a group of co-workers. The staff was super knowledgeable and friendly. The animals are happy... more »
- Boyd, TX
I lived in NE Indiana for most of my life and visited Black Pine Sanctuary many times. The work that the workers and volunteers... more »
- Albion, IN
Our family has been blessed two purr-fect additions thanks to For the Love of Cats. The excellent follow-up care for one cat born... more »
- Marco Island, FL
SOAR has always been a place that has provided outstanding care of injured raptors that need help. The staff at SOAR are such... more »
- Dedham, IA
I found my purpose at RVR! I find myself planning my week around being there as much as possible. Before RVR, if you told me working... more »
- Riverview, FL
Yesterday, IFAW saved 10 dolphins stranded in Wellfleet on Cape Cod, and last month it hosted a Ted talk with Dr. Carl Safina... more »
- Yarmouth Port, 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.