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Posts Tagged "animal welfare"

Holiday hysteria hits again

Don’t perpetrate Internet hoaxes. It’s important to check the facts before sharing inaccurate animal welfare posts online.

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Best Friends National Conference reflects trends in the no-kill movement

Social change, as evidenced by our 2014 Best Friends National Conference keynote speaker Adam Braun, is the key to our ability to Save Them All.

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Two major wins for community cats

We’re celebrating National Feral Cat Day early this year after Community Cats Project victories in Albuquerque and Tucson, which will save more feline lives.

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Looking forward to the biggest, best national conference ever!

Join other animal welfare advocates in Las Vegas on October 23-26 for the Best Friends National Conference, an event described as “life changing.”

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Changing the world: Our own Francis Battista’s amazing TEDx Talk

In his TEDx Talk, Best Friends co-founder speaks about those early days and the power of a single citizen to change the world with “just an idea and commitment.”

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Run, Gregory, run!

Best Friends CEO plans to run 170 miles as part of the Grand to Grand Ultra (G2G) to raise money for the animals.

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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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Network partners receive more than $500,000 in grants

With Best Friends working collaboratively with other 501(c)3 animal welfare organizations around the country, we can Save Them All.

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Records break in Los Angeles: Historic, all-time low in annual shelter deaths recorded

Huge strides are made in the effort to make L.A. no-kill, thanks to the combined efforts of all the NKLA Coalition partners.

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Best Friends staff members get involved locally to Save them All

The commitment to Save Them All extends beyond the 9-5 workday for many remote Best Friends employees who advocate for animals in their own communities.

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