NAIA is the world's foremost supporter of animals and animal welfare. They are a non-political group that studies the effects of iiving conditions and legislation affecting the welfare of animals and their human companions.
NAIA is a very professional organization focusing on the important bond between humans and the animals they love.
NAIA is a great organization that works to tell the truth about HSUS and PETA. These two organizations take donations but do nothing to help animals in need. They are working to eliminate animals from our lives, in all aspects, companions, food, zoos.
NAIA works hard and deserves all the help and donations we can give to them to save our animals.
NAIA is one of the top organizations that promote the welfare of animals and their owners. They are key to protecting animanls (especially dogs).
Wonderful organization that cares for the animals we keep and the people that raise them.
If you love your cat dog, horse, guinea pig , etc., THIS organization is your savior from the potentially devastating effects of high profile groups that prey on your compassion, but have none of their own. THiS organization relies on FACTS and has the human/ animal bond and its PRESERVATION as its core mission. So many so called "animal rights" organizations are only greed and hysteria driven and seek to destroy our rights. Put your money where it counts and support NAIA! Protect your rights to own, love and work with the animals your cherish and help this organization protect those rights for future generations. It is supported by my American Shetland Sheepdog Association.
This is an organization that looks at facts not assumptions or claims of extreme organizations. It has the welfare of animals and humans at heart and I gladly donate to them.
National Animal Interest Alliance was established to further human-animal interests and to protect bith humans and animals in an enduring bond. It came into being to explain the confusing difference and goals of animal welfare and animal rights. They have done a magnificent job inshowing those differences to the general population, leading to the formation of more localized organizations in areas where that confusion has been exploited by the animal rights advocates. The most basic difference is that animal welfare advocates wish to preserve and improve human-animal relationships, and animal rights advocates wish to destroy all human-animal interactions at even disastrous cost to both. NAIA has ceaselessly worked to oppose legislation nationwide and lically that would impose the animal rights goals. They have done this with educational support and through local participation, rather than through lobbying with tax free donated dollars. NAIA has taken the high road, though the animal rights advocates do not know it exists. Naia has exposed the end results of proposed bad legislation and punitive laws concerning all stages of animal ownership and rallied people in those jurisdictions to oppose them through education and information. They are the first and best organization of their kind and deserve far more support in every way.
NAIA is the only organization that tells the whole story about the animal welfare movement and helps one distinguish between animal welfare and animal rights rhetoric. If you care about your right to own pets, to hunt and to fish, to go to a circus and the future of animal husbandry in this country, then you should support the efforts of the National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA). NAIA provides facts not fiction and the references and tools to make a difference locally and nationally.
NAIA has collected real number shelter statistics and tells the truth. They have written a Model Animal Control Ordinance which addresses the problems of dogs running at large and makes owners responsible for pets.
NAIA represents the interests of animal owners and users who believe that laws and regulations governing human-animal relationships must be based in fact and science, provide humane standards, respect the constitutional rights of humans, and have a rational foundation and purpose. The organization is a resource for public agencies developing statutes and standards, and for private groups seeking to promote best practices as the basis for their programs and those of government entities.