Our goal is an ambitious one -- to end the killing of healthy or treatable dogs and cats in animal shelters. We don't pretend this is easy, but we are always mindful that animals like Oliver need our help.
You might think the only thing you can get from a Caribbean vacation is a tan. But if you want a more meaningful experience, then try volunteering to a charitable cause while you travel.
As a public service, we are offering you something great. Check out a live feed into one of the 20 cat condos filled with adoptable cats at PHS/SPCA's new Center for Compassion.
What would the world's reaction be if the New York Times' lead story tomorrow were "Chickens Understand That Their Throats are About to Be Slit" or "Horrific Confinement and Deprivation Feels Same to Pigs as It Does to Humans"?
While the damage from Isaac has not approached that of Hurricane Katrina, for the families and their pets who have been displaced from their homes, the effect on them is just as monumental.
Rather than leave a beloved family member behind in rising flood waters, people chose to stay put with their animals and hope for the best, too often with deadly results.
These identical twins, vegans and dedicated animal activists since the late '80s, have not merely used their fame to endorse awareness but have rolled up their sleeves, put feet to the ground, and now work 24/7 to promote meaningful action for "those who have no voice."
Pets bring years of joy, happiness, and laughter to their owners' lives! At HooplaHa.com, we know that an adorable puppy video never fails to brighten...
Young girls and horses ... the stuff of stories and films. Lynn Cross, the owner of Little Brook Farm and its horse rescue, and I were two such girls about fifty years ago. Oy vey.
The first people I see when I come to work are a group of professionals we call our animal care technicians.
Considering roughly half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unplanned, it makes you wonder: Why don't people give nearly as much consideration to childbearing as they do to pet adoption?
It's especially painful to see people and places that purport to help animals do precisely the opposite.
Perhaps a few times you've met a soul in fur and paws who draws you close with tractor beams right off -- but you don't often get to take her home.
"He's a rescue." How many times have you heard it said? How many times have you said it? Having a rescue dog is a matter of pride, and those words are always followed by a story.
It wasn't what you would think of as a typical 911 call. A woman who was terrified her horse would drown in the Umpqua River in Oregon called 911 for help.
Pet ownership has numerous responsibilities. You need to feed, play and medically care for them, and finally know when it's the time to say goodbye -- which is the highest honor that we have bestowed on ourselves as their caretaker.