Save A Koala fund is an initiative by AWF due to the crisis of More than 30,000 Koalas already killed & close to 18,000 Koalas rescued to Australia Bushfire. You too can create awareness as International response to save Koalas perished/suffered due to Australian Bushfires, launched with a $50,000 USD commitment to rescue, shelter, medicate and provide food to rescued Koalas till their natural habitats rebuilt.
Second Chance Rescue NYC’s mission is to reduce animal overpopulation in shelters, rescue and rehabilitate critically injured and neglected animals, and connect the community to services that enable animals to remain in their homes. Utilizing an integrated approach to rescue and recovery, we leverage all possible paths to healing according to each pet’s specific needs and do our best every day to raise awareness surrounding animal equality, adoption education, and animal rights and welfare. We are just ordinary people taking extraordinary measures to save these treasured pets and in return, having our lives forever changed by each and every one of these amazing animals.
We are advocates. We are educators. We are making a difference, one cherished life at a time.
Why do we do what we do? Because They Matter.
Animal Lifeline of Iowa (ALI) is Central Iowa’s only special needs, no-kill animal shelter, celebrating nearly 35 years of serving the Des Moines area and all of Iowa. We rescue cats and dogs that are injured, handicapped, have a serious medical condition, abused, pregnant and nursing moms, or orphans that require bottle feeding. We rehabilitate the animals, who run a higher risk of euthanasia in a traditional shelter setting, and then adopt them into loving forever homes. Animals are not euthanized because they have been at the shelter for a certain length of time.
We know you’ve always wanted a beagle. And now’s the time friends! We are here to help you find your new family member.Adopting a beagle is, after all, one of the most gratifying things you can do. Our mission is to find loving forever homes for beagles.
Saving nature is at the very heart of what we do as WWF. For nearly 60 years, we have made it our mission to find solutions that save the marvelous array of life on our planet by applying the best science available and working closely with local communities.
WWF has been part of successful wildlife recovery stories ranging from southern Africa’s black rhino to black bucks in the Himalayas. And this, in turn, is helping to protect rich and varied ecosystems while ensuring people continue to benefit from nature.
This much is clear: we cannot afford to fail in our mission to save a living planet.
Beauty gave birth to 9 babies last night/early this morning. Her foster mom was with her the whole time. If you would like to send them supplies, please use the link below and use the gift registry address, Beauty & Babies c/o Roxanne.
The Bloomfield Animal Shelter/John A Bukowski Shelter for Animals is a no-kill animal shelter managed by the Township of Bloomfield. The shelter has many types of dogs and cats available for adoption. Whether our animals come to us as surrenders or as strays, through daily social interactions and training, the shelter staff and volunteers get to know each dog and cat’s personality, enabling us to make the best possible match for each adopter and animal. We treat every animal as an individual, regardless of breed or background.
Happy News!! Our Mama Cat gave birth last week to 4 healthy kittens!! She is very thankful for the recent donations of kitten supplies that are helping her and her babies stay strong & healthy! Staff is so proud of this good mama!
Please note- the kittens are NOT available for adoption & we will not accept adoption applications for them at this time
Times are very tough out there and we are thankful to those that are able to donate. We are expecting to have a busy kitten season and appreciate ANY donation to help us prepare. If you are able and interested in donating essential supplies like Kitten Wet & Dry Food, Kitten Litter, and KMR Powder Milk, please stay safe and order from our Amazon Wishlist! Thanks!
Best Friends Animal Society is on the ground in New York City, helping to save the lives of homeless pets and supporting other organizations in their efforts to make New York no-kill permanently. Every day, about 2,000 dogs and cats are killed in shelters across the country – but with Best Friends Animal Society leading the way, and your support, we can help our nation’s shelters and Save Them All. The Best Friends Lifesaving Center in New York City serves as both a space for local pets to find homes, and an outlet for the national no-kill message, helping to spread the word about Best Friends’ efforts to lead the country to no-kill by 2025.
Located in the SoHo neighborhood, the center showcases adoptable animals from local shelters and rescue organizations, as well as the New York City open-admission shelter. Dogs and cats are housed in a playful, gallery-style setting designed to encourage interaction and help convey the challenges facing our country’s homeless pet population. The space also features interactive displays and maps to inspire and engage people from all around the country to work for no-kill in their own communities, and to help Save Them All.
We’re fighting with everything we’ve got to save wolves, grizzlies, orcas, monarch butterflies and all species large and small. Please give to the Center today — your donation is crucial to saving wildlife, their habitat and the laws they depend on to survive.
When wildlife is in danger, they can’t speak up for themselves—so we speak for them. Defenders of Wildlife deploys a wide range of tools and tactics, from policy analyses and advocacy, to litigation, innovative science and technology programs and field conservation. Every Defenders program aligns with or contributes to at least one of three broad imperatives:
• Prevent species and their habitats from becoming imperiled.
• Protect endangered and threatened species and their habitats.
• Restore the health of vulnerable species and their habitats.