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Scared Boston

We learned that while he was only 6 months old he had been abused, didn't like new people and was very scared of EVERYTHING.

He cowered when we leashed him, or if something was over his head. Loud noises and cars scared him to the point of peeing on everything..…

Kerrie D, Westerly, RI

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This Dog Almost Didn't Make It

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Inbred, sick, and suffering, Flans had little chance at life. See How Happy She Is Now! »

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Keep Cats Safe

There are more than 70 million owned cats in the U.S. and only 60 percent live safely indoors.

We call on all cat households to please keep pet cats indoors, get cats spayed or neutered, and keep collars and visible ID on them at all times.

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Speak Up For Seals - Stop Seal Slaughter

On average, sealers make less than 5 percent of their income from killing seals, while the other 95 percent come from seafood exports. Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans says it will shut down the commercial seal slaughter when Canada's fishing industry asks it to do so.

Through a boycott of Canadian seafood we can send a clear message: If Canada's fishing industry would like open access to our U.S. market, it needs to stop the commercial seal slaughter for good.

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X-Ray and Ultrasound Urgently Needed for Dogs and Cats in Thailand

Soi Dog Foundation frequently treats dogs and cats with broken bones and other internal injuries. Many of these animals are victims of car accidents or brutal abuse. However, Soi Dog does not have an x-ray machine, ultrasound, or other imaging equipment for diagnosing internal injuries.

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A Group Of Men Were Reluctantly Brought To A Rescue To Play With Kittens -And The Results Are Purrrrfect!

A group of men who have expressed their distrust of cats visited a feral cat rescue and were given the opportunity to play with some cute kittens. See their hilarious transformation here!

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Humanely Control Feral Cat Population
Feral (community) cats live in colonies or on their own in neighborhoods, business areas, and other public spaces. Without humane efforts to spay and neuter them their numbers, illnesses, and neighborhood issues rise.

With your help, we can make a huge difference for these underserved organizations and the lives of community cats everywhere.

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