Monday, March 30

Improve Elephant Welfare with a Day Off

An elephant ride up to the ancient fort, Amer, sounds like an amazing excursion to participate in when visiting India. However, the story behind this tourist attraction regarding the elephant welfare and the conditions in which they live is not always apparent.

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Monday, March 23

230 Dogs Rescued but Still Need Specialized Care

Just like their human caregivers, dogs deserve to be treated with kindness and respect. Unfortunately, this doesn't always happen. Recently, in just a 2 week time period, there were 2 different situations that resulted in a total of 230 dogs removed from substandard living conditions.

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Monday, March 16

Giving Dogs a Ride to Another Chance at Life

Each year, a staggering 1.2 million dogs are euthanized in the United States. However, many of these dogs are perfectly suitable for adoption. They were put down simply because they happen to be in an area where the shelters are overcrowded and there aren't enough potential adopters. We are working to change that.

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Wednesday, March 11

Refugee Children Lost Everything in Tragic Fire

With hopes to escape the unrest of civil war in their country, Burmese people will flee to Thailand seeking safety and a better life. They'll take only a few personal possessions with them, but for the most part, they will leave everything behind. Recently, tragedy struck a group of refugee students at the Mae Tao Clinic, and we are working to help.

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Tuesday, March 10

Protect the Habitat of Critically Endangered Wildlife

Madagascar is the island country located near Southeast Africa. Because of the island's isolation, over 80% of its flora and fauna cannot be found anywhere else on the planet. Such unique species include the Indri Lemur and the critically endangered Golden Mantella Frog. You can help protect this wondrous place.

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Monday, March 9

Teaching Humane Education to Children in Thailand

Did you know that there are areas in the world where animal cruelty and neglect is not only tolerated, but sanctioned? The Soi Dog Foundation, which is based in Thailand, is working hard to change that attitude. One method includes the education of children.

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Friday, March 6

RIP “Mr. T” the Turkey – A True Ambassador for All Animals

Mr. T was a special turkey at the Carolina Waterfowl Rescue in North Carolina. This turkey had a big impact on many, including our Executive Director Liz Baker.

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Thursday, March 5

Improve the Welfare of Dogs in Armenia

Did you know who is […]

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Wednesday, March 4

Roberta and Gracie Rescue Each Other

One Picture Saves a Life, one of's flagship programs, has been working to increase the adoption rate of shelter animals across the country through the use of professional photography. See how this program saved the life of not just the dog Gracie, but her owner as well.

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Wednesday, March 4

Urgent Need to Help Neglected Poodles

During the last week of […]

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