Animal welfare organizations around the country are saving more dogs and cats by finding positive, community-based solutions that don’t have to rely on admitting dogs and cats to shelters.
Best Friends’ pet lifesaving dashboard update shows lifesaving progress for animals in shelters from 2019 and the path ahead for achieving no-kill nationwide for dogs and cats by 2025.
A lifesaving collective of animal shelters and rescue organizations in Dallas exemplifies the kind of community-centered work and willingness to adapt required to achieve no-kill for dogs and cats.
Local 2025 Action Team members in California made their voices heard during a veterinary medical board meeting, which led to critical telemedicine expansion for pets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brighter days are on the horizon for dogs and cats in Texas shelters as the city of Abilene welcomes Best Friends’ Mike Bricker as interim director.
The loss of a beloved Best Friends family member serves as a heavy reminder of the need to prioritize mental health for animal welfare workers.
Learning and acting against racism in ourselves, our organization and our movement
Best Friends is a founding member of a coalition of national organizations to provide grants and other support to combat the spay/neuter surgery backlog from COVID-19.
CEO Julie Castle talked with Best Friends lifesaving team members around the country about a new animal sheltering model that puts individual communities at the center of saving lives.
In a world fueled by endless streams of social media content, dogs and cats continue to be the X factor in our daily lives.