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Sandy is a small white poodle mix with a pink harness.

Storm Survivor

Four months after Hurricane Sandy, we saw a posting about a lost little dog that was seen in an area hit hard by the storm. Volunteers rushed to the area and set a dog-friendly trap.

Everyone involved in Sandy's rescue knew they came across a true survivor…

Learn About Sandy's Amazing Transformation »

A beagle and a kitten sit together and represent the thousands of shelter animals in the U.S.

Summer Shelter Challenge Begins!

More shelters are joining every day for a chance to win more than 240 prizes, including life-saving vaccinations, high-quality pet beds and, of course, $100,000 in grants!

Every prize helps these pets find their forever homes.

Enter or Vote for Your Favorite Shelter Today! »

Pit Bull Saves Deaf Boy In House Fire

A 13-year-old deaf boy embraces his pet pit bull after the dog saved his life during a house fire.

This pit bull deserves a gold medal after waking his deaf owner during a house fire! See This Amazing Story »

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Stay safe in the heat with your pet this summer.The Risk of Summer Heat for Pets

One of the greatest parts of summer is being able to take your pets outside to enjoy the weather.

Bella and Bubbles: An Unlikely Inseparable PairBella and Bubbles: An Unlikely Inseparable Pair

Bella and Bubbles are one unlikely duo but this dog and elephant pair are inseparable! Their love of water has brought these two together and they've been splashing around ever since 2007. Both have been orphaned or abandoned and the pool the swimming pool is what brought them together.

AwkwardCat1LOL – These Cats are SO Awkward! How Do They Get in These Situations?

Some cats just can't help but get into awkward situations -- check out these hilarious kitties and the awkwardness that follows them everywhere!

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.

Keep This Crucial Service Available to All Horse Owners!

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