• Tell city officials: support animal shelter programming in Clovis
    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 Clovis and the people who care about them. Animals who end up at the county shelter are part of this community and county officials need to know the people of Clovis care about the whole community- pets and people. The people and pets in Clovis deserve programs that focus on providing safe and positive outlets for cats and dogs entering shelters. In 2020, 66% of all animals entering the shelter left alive and only 32% of cats entering the shelter left alive. It is important your representatives know that saving cats and dogs is important to the people of Clovis. In order to create change at the shelter- programs that are proven to be effective at saving animals lives and fiscally responsible need to be implemented at the shelter and supported by the community. The good news is that you can be a part of supporting positive programs that are working around New Mexico. 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), adoption outlets, 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!
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  • End ban on pit bulls in Ottumwa, Iowa
    Cities everywhere are deciding to revise these discriminatory bans to hold owners responsible no matter the breed or mix a dog is. This ban has not worked in keeping pitbull out of the city limits, it relies on out of town rescues and shelters to remove these types of dogs , stretching our neighbors resources is not being a responsible community.
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  • Helping Community Cats in Bullhead City
    We Care for Animals was founded in 2016 with the experience and knowledge that Trap-Neuter-Return is the only humane and solid solution to lower the population of Community Cats, not only are they sterilized they are vaccinated and receive a health check.
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  • Consider being a “pet inclusive“ landlord to increase your profitability
    Becoming pet-inclusive: The right thing to do. A 1998 study found that 29 percent of pet relinquishments to animal shelters were because of housing issues, primarily having to move. And the most common specific reason given for relinquishment was “landlord refused to allow pets.” Tragically, this percentage has probably increased with the foreclosure crisis. Every day, more than 950 cats and dogs are unnecessarily killed in America’s shelters, simply because they don’t have a home. Each one of these pets is an individual and a valued life worth saving. That number should be zero, and it can be, if landlords and property management companies do their part to make more pet-inclusive housing available. Lead by example. Together, we can Save Them All.
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  • Alabamians want access to veterinary care
    In Alabama, 17 counties have no animal services at all - no veterinarians, no animal shelters, no animal clinics. Across the state, only five low-cost spay/neuter clinics serve Alabamians. This is considerably fewer clinics per capita than other states in the southeast. Current laws say it is unlawful for a licensed veterinarian to be an employee of a non-licensed person. For this reason, veterinarians must be treated as outside contractors when they provide services in animal shelters and low cost spay/neuter clinics which limits employment opportunities. This takes away the freedom of veterinarians to seek employment of their own interest and hampers individuals and animal shelters access to animal services. Alabama’s current veterinary practice law overly restricts affordable access to essential veterinary care for community residents and animal shelters. This creates unnecessary risk to public health. The people and animal shelters in Alabama need the ability to give basic, affordable veterinary services to the animals in their care. You are a critical part of ensuring that pets and people receive essential resources and our community stays safe. The people and pets in Alabama deserve access to basic veterinary care. It is important you tell your representative that saving cats and dogs, and keeping communities safe, is important to the people of Alabama. By advocating for access to care and continued collaboration with other community organizations, you are a part of creating a healthier community for pets and people. Show your support by signing and sharing today!
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  • Make Caddo Parish a Safe, Humane Community
    In 2021, the Louisiana state legislature passed two humane initiative resolutions [SR 125 and HR 120]. Resolutions are an important way for local government to declare a stance on a particular issue. Through a humane animal resolution, elected officials make a clear statement that they want their community to work towards ending killing in shelters. This helps draw a line in the sand to drive toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it is time for local parishes to commit their support for pet lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
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  • Make Bossier Parish a Safe, Humane Community
    In 2021, the Louisiana state legislature passed two humane initiative resolutions [SR 125 and HR 120]. Resolutions are an important way for local government to declare a stance on a particular issue. Through a humane animal resolution, elected officials make a clear statement that they want their community to work towards ending killing in shelters. This helps draw a line in the sand to drive toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it is time for local parishes to commit their support for pet lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
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  • Make East Baton Rouge Parish a Safe, Humane Community
    In 2021, the Louisiana state legislature passed two humane initiative resolutions [SR 125 and HR 120]. Resolutions are an important way for local government to declare a stance on a particular issue. Through a humane animal resolution, elected officials make a clear statement that they want their community to work towards ending killing in shelters. This helps draw a line in the sand to drive toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it is time for local parishes to commit their support for pet lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
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  • Make Ouachita Parish a Safe, Humane Community
    In 2021, the Louisiana state legislature passed two humane initiative resolutions [SR 125 and HR 120]. Resolutions are an important way for local government to declare a stance on a particular issue. Through a humane animal resolution, elected officials make a clear statement that they want their community to work towards ending killing in shelters. This helps draw a line in the sand to drive toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it is time for local parishes to commit their support for pet lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
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  • Make Tangipahoa Parish a Safe, Humane Community
    In 2021, the Louisiana state legislature passed two humane initiative resolutions [SR 125 and HR 120]. Resolutions are an important way for local government to declare a stance on a particular issue. Through a humane animal resolution, elected officials make a clear statement that they want their community to work towards ending killing in shelters. This helps draw a line in the sand to drive toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it is time for local parishes to commit their support for pet lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
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  • Make Jefferson Parish a Safe, Humane Community
    In 2021, the Louisiana state legislature passed two humane initiative resolutions [SR 125 and HR 120]. Resolutions are an important way for local government to declare a stance on a particular issue. Through a humane animal resolution, elected officials make a clear statement that they want their community to work towards ending killing in shelters. This helps draw a line in the sand to drive toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it is time for local parishes to commit their support for pet lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
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  • Make Orleans Parish a Safe, Humane Community
    In 2021, the Louisiana state legislature passed two humane initiative resolutions [SR 125 and HR 120]. Resolutions are an important way for local government to declare a stance on a particular issue. Through a humane animal resolution, elected officials make a clear statement that they want their community to work towards ending killing in shelters. This helps draw a line in the sand to drive toward the goal of saving the lives of dogs and cats.  Now it is time for local parishes to commit their support for pet lifesaving by passing a humane resolution.
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