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Archive for the "From Francis Battista" Category

A salute to Gregory Castle

As co-founder and CEO of Best Friends, Gregory Castle stabilized the organization and set the stage for our national campaign for a no-kill nation by 2025.

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Julie Castle is Best Friends’ new CEO

After a wearing many hats during her 22-year career with Best Friends Animal Society, Julie Castle to become chief executive officer in April.

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French bulldog airline tragedy raises questions and ideas

The airline industry must do better when it comes to flying pets, for both business and humane reasons.

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“Dogs That Cannot Touch Each Other”

Though art is often intended to be controversial, animal abuse is not art. Join others who are outraged and let the Guggenheim curator know your thoughts.

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California legislature makes history for the animals

Californians asked to urge governor to sign Assembly Bill 485, landmark statewide legislation banning the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits from mills.

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Hurricane Irma update

Best Friends is partnering with Jacksonville-based First Coast No More Homeless Pets to help people and pets affected by Hurricane Irma. Please help.

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Pet Reunion Pavilion opens for business

Thanks to collaborative effort, pets are ready for reunions with their families at the NRG Arena in downtown Houston after being separated by Hurricane Harvey.

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Getting ready for Hurricane Irma – volunteer transport needed

Best Friends Network partners are evacuating cats and dogs out of Florida before the storm hits, but transport help is urgently needed.

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Best Friends Partners on Hurricane Harvey Rescue and Reunite Center

The Rescue and Reunite Center is up and running and housing animals who need help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, with more arriving all the time.

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Hurricane Harvey

Best Friends disaster response team heading to Texas to help deliver emergency supplies and assess the impact on animals following Hurricane Harvey.

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