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3 Animal Shelters that protect the rights of animals and can use all the help they can get
This Utah based organization was founded in 1984 with a mission statement “No more homeless pets”.
Their website has many adoption options on, stories about the pets, the shelter and various resources. Should you wish to donate you can do so through their website with various payment options
This is one of, if not the, largest animal protection organizations in the US. They operate in all fifty states of America as such they have gained the title as “the nations largest and most effective animal protection organizations.”Founded in 1954 they have their headquarters in Washington, D.C. where they confront animal cruelty head-on.This society does a lot for the legislation of animal rights and reforms in the country. These include getting a better emergency response, animal cruelty inspections, better animal sanctuaries to name but a few.
Providing rehabilitation, medical, behavioral assessment and care for animals for the past sixty-five plus years.
As soon as they get an animal into their care they set about ensuring that they get the best attention, care and hopefully a forever family.
They rely on the support of the public and volunteers to help with the shelter, animals, fundraising campaign and animal awareness workshops.
Their many adoption days are always full and they are in need of extra help on these days so I am sure you will find many a grateful human and furry friend should you join.They accept donations in many different forms and you can donate from the comfort of your own home on their website.