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A vibrant orange, white and black clownfish swims through bright blue water.

Save Nemo

As global temperatures rise, coral reefs continue to deplete. Clownfish rely on these reefs for survival, and a decline in reef populations has meant the same for the clownfish.

In order for this vibrant species to survive, it must be placed on the Endangered Species List—and fast.

Act Fast to Save the Fragile Clownfish »

Elrod is a brown striped cat with a white stripe on his nose.

Lawn Litter

I was 14 years old, playing at one of my friends' houses when her mother came in with 3 kittens. The neighbor was mowing his lawn and almost ran them over in the grass.

I went over every day to help bottle feed them, hold them, and love them. One kitten really stuck out to me…

Learn How This Kitten Joined the Family »

A brown and black dog happily sticks his nose out the window from the backseat of a car.

Keep Dogs Cool

Parked cars are fast-acting deathtraps for dogs: On a 78-degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can soar to between 100 and 120 degrees.

Pledge to spread the word and act if any animal is seen alone in an unattended vehicle!

Help Keep Dogs Our of Hot Cars This Summer »

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Beat the Heat: A Sleepy Kitty Embraces the Sunlight with a Mid-Afternoon Nap

Keeping Cats and Canines Cool This Summer

In many regions, July and August can be the hottest months of the summer. With record-setting temperatures this year, it's crucial to pay close attention to our pets and make sure they're keeping cool.

A new campaign is raising awareness about leaving dogs in the car, where rising summer temperatures can quickly turn tragic. You can help spread the word by signing the pledge and sharing it with friends and family. Of course, keeping our pets safe is a yearlong endeavor, so let's work together to beat the heat!

Sign the personal pledge to raise awareness and act when pets are at risk


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Help America's Horses: Support Low-Cost Gelding
Decades of indiscriminate breeding have led to more domestic horses than the market can bear. Coupled with a poor economy, this has resulted in many horses being neglected, abandoned, and even sold for slaughter.

National Equine Resource Network's low-cost gelding clinics help keep horse populations at a manageable level, ensuring a brighter future for the next generation of these noble creatures.

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