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Charlie's Story

Charlie' last home had not groomed him so he had to been partially shaved; he still had mats, a yeast infection, fleas, and terrible limp.

My vet said the limp was from an old injury that had affected the growth plate so we began pain meds. The pain worsened over the next few months…

Find Out How Charlie Made It Through! »

Ruining Meals & Saving Lives

While working in Papua New Guinea, Aaron Culling saw sea turtles for sale to eat, so he bought them... »

Woman cuddling cat

Save Abused Pets

Few domestic violence shelters are able to accommodate pets.

Tragically, victims are often forced to leave their pets behind, or remain with them and subject themselves, their children, and their pets to continued abuse.

You can give them a safe haven.

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Help Save Dogs From This Barbaric Festival!

In Yulin, China, the summer solstice marks their annual dog-eating festival. An estimated 10,000 dogs are kept in small cages, suffer from neglect, and are inhumanely killed. Worse, many of these dogs are stolen pets—some of them still wearing their collars. Volunteers have tried to save as many dogs as they can. Recently, the San Diego Humane Society took 26 dogs under its wing, with many more expected to arrive soon. Slowly, these dogs are being taught to forget their fear and remember how to play, how to trust, and most importantly, how to love. One day, they may be able to find a forever home.

You can help the San Diego Humane Society care for and rehabilitate these sweet pups.

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Build a Safe Haven for the Pets of Domestic Violence Victims
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