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Archive for the "Outreach" Category

Best Friends commits $100,000 to Louisiana flood relief

Best Friends works with local No More Homeless Pets Network partner groups and volunteers, as well as distributes grants to help animals impacted by the flood.

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New Best Friends effort set to launch in Atlanta, Georgia

Best Friends–Atlanta is set to launch in October, working with area No More Homeless Pets Network partners to Save Them All.

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New incentive program hopes to boost participation in national database program

Maddie’s Fund is offering $1,000 in monetary motivation for shelter and rescue groups to join Shelter Animals Count’s national database.

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SeaWorld: Not feeling the love

Growing success of the no-kill movement and recent news from SeaWorld further prove our vision of a better world through kindness to animals.

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Happy World Spay Day!

Best Friends and our No More Homeless Pets Network partners spayed and neutered over 132,000 animals in 2015 as part of our effort to Save Them All.

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2015: Another banner year for Best Friends and homeless pets, with 207,000 animals directly helped

A look back at Best Friends and our No More Homeless Pets Network partners’ efforts in 2015 shows many lifesaving highlights in our work to Save Them All.

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Best Friends SoCal shelter transport program comes to an end

Thanks to other transport partners in L.A. County, Best Friends’ Pup My Ride program set to retire, so resources can be devoted to NKLA initiative.

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Ten years later: Reflections on Hurricane Katrina

A decade after Hurricane Katrina, Francis reflects on how the storm united animal lovers around a shared ideal that the lives of all pets matter.

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The Fourth of July dilemma

Keep your pets happy and safe this Independence Day and consider adopting during our “Celebrate Freedom” campaign.

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Sin no more: Las Vegas announces plan to take city to no-kill

After city’s rough animal welfare history, nonprofit group The Animal Foundation commits to making Las Vegas’ municipal shelter no-kill by 2020.

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