A recent Journal of Urban Affairs article on different methods for managing community cats demonstrates that trap-neuter-return programs are the best evidence-based option.
On the eve of National Puppy Mill Awareness Day, a critical bill to protect pets, people and businesses gets signed into law in California.
Unprecedented number of wildfires up and down the western half of the country are shining a light on the need for localized emergency response for people and their pets.
An innovative and cooperative team of passionate people across North Carolina, New York, Michigan and Kentucky joined forces to save the lives of dozens of cats in shelters.
Partnerships between nonprofit animal welfare groups and private-practice vet clinics are changing the lives of people with pets.
A beloved special-needs cat at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary beat the odds and left an indelible mark on the hearts of all who met him.
Exciting changes are on the horizon as Best Friends transitions its regional lifesaving centers to serve a community-supported approach to lifesaving.
And preparing for Hurricane Laura
Twelve lifesaving organizations and two state coalitions were recognized this year by Best Friends for outstanding contributions to and progress toward achieving no-kill for dogs and cats nationwide.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Best Friends’ Strut Your Mutt dog walk and fundraiser and the first year that the entire event will be hosted virtually.