In the mid-1980s, approximately 17 million animals died every year in our nation’s shelters. Advocates have dramatically reduced that number, to about 625,000 today. It’s possible to get that number to zero.
Animal Lovers Can Help
With funding, education, and outreach, shelters all over the country can do an even better job of protecting our furry friends – with food, treatment, rehabilitation, and spay and neuter programs.
Better Futures for Furry Friends
Collaborating with shelters, legislators, and animal lovers across the country on adoption events, education, and fundraising means safer, happier pets.