He will be missed by all who knew him, but never forgotten. CommentsRIP Denzel by Elaine AllisonHeartfelt Thoughts by Gail UpchurchWe share you sorrow. But, are happy we got to meet Denzel and ... by CitycatSo very sorry for your loss. He is free now and please know ... by Lisa LopezRIP Denzel! May God comfort you now. I'm so sorry for your ... by Kim McKennaRelated StoriesNine years in: H...
After the Vicktory dogs were given a second chance, people and policymakers from around the world began to see pit-bull-terrier-like dogs in a new light. Related StoriesA farewell to Tug, the Vicktory dogDiggy dodges breed ban, but unjust law still needs to be overturnedYou’ll laugh, you’ll cry: The Champions, the documentary about the Vicktory dogs, releases today
Home For The Pawlidayz adoption promotion blows away goal, finding homes for over 11,000 animals nationwide between Black Friday through Cyber Monday. Related StoriesSaving pets in shelters: Zappos does it againLocal rescue groups cash in on 2016 Strut Your Mutt2016 Best Friends National Conference is almost underway
Zappos is sponsoring the adoption fees from Black Friday through Cyber Monday for participating Network partners – hoping to find homes for 9,000 animals. Related StoriesLocal rescue groups cash in on 2016 Strut Your Mutt2016 Best Friends National Conference is almost underwayDont blame Craigslist or any other marketing channel for adoptions gone wrong
Fundraising dog walk, held in 14 cities nationwide, supports hundreds of No More Homeless Pets Network partners working to Save Them All. Related StoriesHurricane Matthew highlights effectiveness of disaster responseBest Friends commits $100,000 to Louisiana flood reliefNew Best Friends effort set to launch in Atlanta, Georgia
The animal welfare community loses advocate responsible for passage of California’s Hayden Act. Related StoriesCalifornia governor signs bill to save dogs seized in fight ring bustsDiggy dodges breed ban, but unjust law still needs to be overturnedViral adoption story highlights absurdity of breed discrimination
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Best Friends and No More Homeless Pets Network partners are available to help animals in need in the areas affected by Hurricane Matthew. Related StoriesBest Friends commits $100,000 to Louisiana flood reliefNew Best Friends effort set to launch in Atlanta, GeorgiaA farewell to Tug, the Vicktory dog
With the help of the Best Friends Cat Advocacy Team, we have put together this piece that fact-checks the claims made by the publishers of Cat Wars and authors of this book. The claims come from them; we present you with the facts. CommentsThorough analysis – as alwaya. You may also want to consider ... by dhkirkThe study “confirmed that cats kill an estimated 1.3 to 4.0 ... by Kathi McDe...
Diggy the dog, suspected of being a pit bull terrier in a town with breed-discriminatory legislation, wins his case. But what about other dogs in Michigan? Related StoriesViral adoption story highlights absurdity of breed discriminationCalifornia governor signs bill to save dogs seized in fight ring bustsWho should you believe — some reporter or your lying eyes?
Cat Wars, a soon-to-be-released new book, supports the killing of free-roaming cats with a rationale based on flimsy data. CommentsActually, that's an urban myth. No demonstrable connection has ... by HajjFredHMinshallWell, you surely are misinformed, as well as, I believe most ... by Dawn NelsonYou can delete, deny, and ignore this post all you want (though ... by Bounty_HunterThere are s...