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Missing Iris

Iris was born under an abandoned trailer in the late summer. Her mother was killed by some kids who shot her with BBs.

The vet had to remove one eye, and there was a large scar on the other. The vet was worried no one would want her because she was almost blind…

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Stop The Slaughter!

Right now pigs are suffering needlessly in medicine training at the University of Toledo.

Trainees are cutting into live pigs to practice emergency trauma procedures. After the training session, the animals are killed.

Tell The University Of Toledo: Stop This Practice!

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Tell Craigslist Pets Aren't Products!

Most would agree that sites like Craiglist are affordable and easy to use. But it's also understood that there's a certain amount of risk involved whenever you sell or purchase on the site. Nowhere is this fact more worrisome than in the "free," "wanted," and "farm and garden" categories, where animals are bought and sold. A loophole in the Craigslist terms of use means the only requirement one must meet in order to deal in animals is to list a rehoming fee.

Craigslist must absolutely and without exception ban any and all buying, selling, and giving away of animals on their site. Not tomorrow or the next day. But now.

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Care for a Shelter Animal with Special Needs!

We love reading your stories of rescued animals -- animals whose courageous, cheerful spirits inspire us. So many of your stories are about animals overcoming adversity: injury, illness, abuse. These are the stories that move us most; these are the animals that need a little extra from us to thrive as they were always meant to. A few animal shelters around the United States take in animals with special needs. Their residents include dogs who need wheeled harnesses in order to move around, blind horses, cats with feline leukemia, and so many others. The beautiful thing about animals with special needs is that they do not know they are disabled. With some extra attention and, in some cases, thoughtful devices, they can live as fully as any other animal.

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These 3 Before And After Transformations Prove That One Picture Truly Does Save A Life!

It’s been said that you only get one chance to make a first impression. For shelter animals, that first impression can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. That is why GreaterGood’s One Picture Saves A Life program is so important. In 2014, they trained over 2,500 shelter staff and volunteers around the country on how to groom and photograph shelter pets in order to make the best first impression and increase their chance of adoption. Read more at http://blog.theanimalrescuesite.com/onepicturesaveslives/#DvSURasKQh4CowxB.99

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Feed Shelter Animals
With millions of cats and dogs in shelters, rescue organizations have a lot of mouths to feed.In fact, one of the biggest expenses for shelters and rescue groups is feeding the animals in their care. By providing them with free, healthy meals, GreaterGood.org makes it possible for shelters to focus their energy and limited resources on other important needs — like saving more animals.

And you can help. Just $1.00 helps provide 20 meals to animals in shelters. Your gift helps keep these pets fed while they wait to find their forever homes!

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