Host a Facebook® Fundraiser to Help Animals

Host a Facebook® Fundraiser to Help Animals Every year on Giving Tuesday, people come together to support the causes they believe in by donating to or raising funds for nonprofits they care about. It’s easy to get involved—and this year, the ASPCA is hosting a Virtual Food Drive on Facebook® to raise critical funds for animals in need across the […]

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Host a Facebook® Fundraiser to Help Animals

Host a Facebook® Fundraiser to Help Animals Every year on Giving Tuesday, people come together to support the causes they believe in by donating to or raising funds for nonprofits they care about. It’s easy to get involved—and this year, the ASPCA is hosting a Virtual Food Drive on Facebook® to raise critical funds for animals in need across the […]

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ADT Partners with ASPCA to Further Protect People and Their Pets

blog_adt_112119_main.jpg The ASPCA recently announced a partnership with select ADT Authorized Dealers to offer a special ADT-Monitored Pet Protection Package! This new partnership is a commitment to pet safety and helps further the ASPCA’s dedication to protecting pets and their families.  For every ADT-Monitored Pet Protection Package that gets installed between October 21, 2019, and October 21, 2020, the ADT Dealer […]

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The ASPCA Gives 100,000 Animals Brighter Futures through National Relocation Program

blog_relocation-milestone_040819_main.jpg This year, the ASPCA’s national Animal Relocation Program marked a significant achievement when we transported our 100,000th animal! Our Relocation team currently relocates more homeless animals than any other organization by working with overcrowded shelters in under-resourced areas of the country, most often in the South, to relocate their animals to other shelters, most often in the North, where those animals […]

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Celebrate 2019’s Biggest Wins for Farm Animals

We want to thank advocates like you for shopping with your heart for more humanely produced food, calling on lawmakers to pass stronger laws for farm animals, and supporting our work to build a more responsible food system at every level. This year, your efforts helped us make exciting changes to improve the lives of pigs, chickens, cows and other […]

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Bruno’s Story: When You Help a Pet, You’re Helping People Too

blog_bruno-story_111319_main.jpg The lives of pets and their caregivers are deeply linked; what happens to one significantly affects the other. Our Community Engagement team in New York City collaborates with pet owners and agencies to work through obstacles that put people and pets at risk and helps to identify solutions to keep animals in their loving homes whenever possible. Meanwhile, our Community Medicine […]

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Pet Parents Beware of These Four Fall Toxins

apcc_fall-toxins_110719_main.jpg In many parts of the country, it’s getting chillier. Leaves are falling from the trees and it’s the perfect time of year to snuggle up with your pet near a roaring fire. As the seasons change, so do the potential toxins that your pet can be exposed to. The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) wants to make sure you have […]

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A New York City Retirement Home for Eustace

happytail_eustace_110619_main.jpg Earlier this year, Rachel C. was looking to add a new member to her family. Specifically, a canine companion to enjoy and share her life with. Knowing that searching for a dog did not mean “shopping” for a dog, Rachel found her way to the ASPCA Adoption Center to meet some animals who desired companionship as much as she did. “When […]

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Tomorrow Is Election Day—Make Your Vote Count for Animals!

electiondayblogbanner.jpg Calling all registered voters! Please keep animal welfare issues in mind at the ballot box tomorrow. Voting is one of the most important steps we can take as animal advocates: Humane laws will pass only if humane candidates are elected to office. Although this isn’t a Presidential election year, the stakes are as high as ever. Many of you […]

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U.S. Senate Passes 2020 Spending Bill: How Does It Impact Animals?

horseblogbanner.jpg Yesterday, the U.S. Senate passed a spending bill that includes critical policies to help animals. We are particularly pleased that the Senate bill seeks to protect wild and domestic horses, as well as domestic violence survivors and their pets.  The Senate-passed 2020 spending bill contains several victories for animal welfare, including: Horse Slaughter: A prohibition on funding for the […]

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