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Making the case for Bela

Show support to save Bela the dog after his person passed away by sharing the #SaveBela hashtag on social media to request he come to Best Friends.

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Million cat challenge

New collaborative shelter-based campaign provides initiatives to keep cats out of animal shelters and produce a positive outcome for those who do.

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Tired of sad animal TV ads? Try this …

Best Friends’ latest television PSA focuses on a positive love for homeless shelter pets, instead of guilt-inducing damaged goods.

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Best Friends super adoption event: Brooklyn edition

Be among the 15,000 people attending our New York City adoption event at the Brooklyn Expo Center this weekend, where we expect to find homes for over 400 animals.

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Move over, Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Giving Tuesday looks to gain momentum

Just in time for Giving Tuesday, thanks to some very generous members, every gift to Best Friends in December, up to $2 million dollars, will be matched.

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How the U.S. shelter system is failing cats

With a feline return-to-owner rate of only two percent, we need to modernize animal sheltering for cats to reflect present-day humane expectations.

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Julie Castle at TEDxSaltLakeCity: Monumental change through building bridges

Julie Castle’s TEDxSaltLakeCity Talk discusses how the Vicktory dogs have helped change policies and public perceptions surrounding pit bull terrier-type dogs.

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Latest research shows more Americans willing to adopt

Contributors to the recent PetSmart Charities® U.S. Shelter Pet Report feel pet homelessness, adoption, and spay/neuter are important issues.

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2014 Best Friends National Conference a success

From the commemorative 30th anniversary celebration to Julie’s keynote speech, our recent conference was a mission-affirming experience for everyone involved.

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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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