• Support lifesaving programs in your community
    We need you and your voice to be a part of this community effort! The people in your community are a critical part of ensuring that pets and people have access to positive programs and resources. Sometimes when you want to create change in your community, it's hard to know where to begin. You can play a pivotal role in this effort to ensure your community is the most humane and kind it can be. The 2025 Action Team is a community-driven, grassroots movement to help save more dogs and cats across the country. We work with local advocates like you to make sustainable changes that save lives. Local action teams are working with friends and neighbors to influence political leaders, assist local shelters, and work to make their communities better for pets and people. Be part of a driven and diverse group of people who believe that all pets and people deserve compassion, and that — when we work together — we can create real change for dogs and cats in need.
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  • Don't cut funding for our shelter
    The voucher program provides local community members and pets with much-needed resources. It also reduces the number of animals coming into the shelter and decreases the number of pets euthanized, too. Through this program, Midland community members have access to affordable spay/neuter for their dogs and cats. This allows them to retain ownership of their pets while providing medical care and ultimately keeping the stray population down. Eliminating this funding drastically limits options for managing stray populations in Midland, TX. This could lead to a rise in shelter intake creating overcrowded conditions and higher euthanasia rates. This would take a toll on shelter staff and local residents who would no longer have access to resources to help create solutions at a community level.
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  • Support the pets and people of Odessa
    Sometimes when you want to create change in your community, it's hard to know where to begin. We work with local advocates like you to make sustainable changes that save lives while creating a framework of support for the pets of Odessa and the people who care about them. By joining, you become part of a driven group of people who believe that all pets and people deserve compassion, and that — when we work together — we can create real change for dogs and cats in need.
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  • Support positive change for the pets and people of Robeson County
    Sometimes when you want to create change in your community, it's hard to know where to begin. We work with local advocates like you to make sustainable changes that save lives while creating a framework of support for the pets of Robeson County and the people who care about them. By joining, you become part of a driven and diverse group of people who believe that all pets and people deserve compassion, and that — when we work together — we can create real change for dogs and cats in need.
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  • Land, animals, people, community- this is aloha aina.
    Aloha aina is central to our culture and the health of our community. Aina includes animals; we demonstrate aloha aina by respecting and advocating for all aspects of our home, aina, people, and animals. Change is happening and we want you to be part of something historic happening now in Hawaii County. Your voice should lead the way in ending the killing of animals in Hawaii shelters and showing the depth and beauty of our culture, people, and home. Over the past several months we have seen positive change for people and pets here on the Big Island. Our local shelters have focused on putting the community, its people, and pets first, and we see this with the recent programs focusing on keeping pets with their families. A deliberate effort to make microchips more accessible, microchip more pets, and focus on ways to reunite lost pets with their owners without ever having to enter the shelter has led to a big increase in pets reuniting with their families. Reuniting lost pets has been done both by field service officers directly and through a community effort of neighbors utilizing new databases to find the lost pet’s owner directly. A second effort, has included providing and encouraging more spay/neuter of cats on the Island with the goal of fewer free-roaming cats, more cats leaving the shelter alive, and more resources for pet owners to keep their cats happy and healthy. After over a decade of work, Hawaii Island is implementing these changes. We need our Big Island ohana to own this and be a part of our present and future to better our animal's and people's lives.
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  • La Gente de Fresno Cuida a Nuestra Comunidad y Los Gatos y Perros Que Viven Aquí
    ¿Porque esto es importante? Fresno es una comunidad donde vecinos se cuidan entre todos. Las mascotas juegan un rol importante y juntos trabajaremos para mantenerlos seguros. Las personas y las mascotas de la ciudad de Fresno merecen programas que se concentren en proporcionar salidas seguras y positivas para los perros y gatos que ingresan a los refugios. Usted es una parte fundamental para garantizar que las mascotas y las personas tengan acceso a programas y recursos positivos. Es importante que sus representantes sepan que salvar gatos y perros es importante para la gente de Fresno. La buena noticia es que puede ser parte del apoyo a programas positivos que funcionan alrededor de California y en partes del condado de Fresno. Algunos ejemplos incluyen la programación comunitaria para gatos (para garantizar que los gatos estén esterilizados / castrados, vacunados y devueltos a sus hogares), programas de crianza (para proporcionar alojamiento temporal a las mascotas antes de encontrar sus hogares permanentes) y servicios y recursos progresivos para garantizar que las personas tengan lo que necesitan para mantener a sus mascotas. Al abogar por estos programas y la continuada colaboración con otras organizaciones comunitarias, puede ser parte de la creación de una comunidad más saludable para las mascotas y las personas. ¡Muestre su apoyo firmando y compartiendo hoy! ¡Gracias por su apoyo y todo lo que hacen por las mascotas y la gente de Fresno!
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  • The people of Fresno care about our community and the cats and dogs living here
    Fresno is a community that cares for its neighbors. Pets play an important role, let’s work together to keep them safe. The people and pets in Fresno city deserve programs that focus on providing safe and positive outlets for cats and dogs entering shelters. You are a critical part of ensuring that pets and people have access to positive programs and resources. It is important your representatives know that saving cats and dogs is important to the people of Fresno. The good news is that you can be a part of supporting positive programs that are working around California and in parts of Fresno county. Some examples include community cat programming (to ensure cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and returned to their homes), foster programming (to provide temporary housing to pets prior to finding their permanent homes), and progressive field services and resources to ensure people have what they need to keep their pets. By advocating for these programs and continued collaboration with other community organizations, you can be part of creating a healthier community for pets and people. Show your support by signing and sharing today! Thank you for everything that you do for the pets and people of Fresno!
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  • Cameron County supports its people and pets
    You can play a pivotal role in this effort and the work of the Humane Society of Harlingen to ensure Cameron county is the most humane and kind community we can be. We need you and your voice to be a part of this community effort! The people of Cameron County are a critical part of ensuring that pets and people have access to positive programs and resources. The Humane Society of Harlingen is working hard to ensure access to programs that save animals lives and create a healthier community for people and pets including community cat programs, access to adoptable animals, and animal foster programs. These programs are already working around the country and in Harlingen but we need your support to ensure their continued success.
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