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Posts Tagged "animal rescue"

Save the kittens, Save Them All

Be a part of opening another kitten nursery to help save an additional 4,400 lives and work toward a no-kill Los Angeles.

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“I’ve made up my mind. Don’t confuse me with the facts.”

When more than 4 million cats and dogs are killed in U.S. shelters every year, we need to be open to new, though sometimes controversial, lifesaving ideas.

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Katrina: How the no-kill philosophy came to disaster response

Same commitment to no-kill principles that drove Best Friends’ animal rescue efforts following Hurricane Katrina continues with today’s work to Save Them All.

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Why we shouldn’t sugarcoat the deaths of thousands of shelter pets every day

Most animals who die in America’s shelters are killed, not euthanized. The difference matters.

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160,000 animals saved during 2014: Best Friends’ 30th anniversary year

As 2014 and Best Friends’ 30 year anniversary draws to a close, Bela’s arrival is just the latest among many year-end highlights in our effort to Save Them All.

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The fix For Black Friday mall madness stress? Adopt a pet!

Best Friends pet adoption centers in Salt Lake City and Los Angeles are hosting Black Friday reduced-fee pet adoption promotions.

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And now for something completely different

Shelter Animals Count has been created to obtain accurate shelter statistics. Best Friends is a founding member and welcomes shelters and rescues to get involved.

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The Brothers Magoo

Individual animals with a second chance at life like Ray-Ray and Shadow provide the motivation for rescuers to work to Save Them All.

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Collective double take

Lifelong animal welfare advocate is named CEO of lobbying group the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council in surprising move.

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Petunias in the desert

The Best Friends founders, a collection of mad geniuses and visionaries, inspired me to drop everything to join the mission to end shelter killing.

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