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Zero Chances

I went to the website and read his story. Zero was found as a stray and taken to a high kill shelter. He missed the list to be put down twice.

When he was neutered, it was discovered that his back right hind leg was broken in two places…

Anonymous, St. Louis, MO

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Help End Overpopulation!

A bill to save animals is currently under consideration in Puerto Rico's legislature. It's designed to reduce pet overpopulation on the island.

This legislation would facilitate the participation of mainland veterinarians to assist high volume spay/neuter clinics in Puerto Rico.

Help Protect These Innocent Animals! »

Will Give Wet Kisses for Food

Food for Shelters

Pet food suppliers sometimes have bags of food they can't sell: overstock, misprinted labels, etc. This food is new and perfectly nutritious, but rising shipping costs prevent shelters from gaining access to this amazing resource.

Make sure this food gets to the animals that need it!

Help Feed Famished Rescue Animals »

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8 million pets enter shelters each year. These programs are specially crafted to bring this number down to zero.

One Picture Saves a Life
Making sure first impressions become lasting impressions.

Rescue Rebuild
Help to repair shelters in need.

A Shot at Life
Keeping shelter animals healthy, so they can find a forever home.


Stop This Barbaric Festival!

In Yulin, China, the summer solstice marks their annual dog-eating festival. This cruel and inhumane festival kills an estimated 10,000 dogs per year. Recently, Humane Society International (HSI) sent staff to the city of Yulin in an effort to draw attention to the cruelty and to stand alongside Chinese activists and ordinary animal-loving citizens who care deeply about ending this horrific trade. Despite efforts from activists and Humane Society International alike, the number of dogs killed in the 2015 Yulin dog meat festival remained the same. Sadly, nearly half of the dogs were stolen pets—many of which were still wearing their collars.
You can help end this horrifying event, and save thousands of lives in the process!

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