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.
Celebrating powerful change and collective impact: Animal welfare groups from nine states win Best Friends Lifesaving Awards
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.
Saving the lives of dogs and cats in shelters is only possible when we remove barriers to pet adoption and create more pathways to responsible pet care and happy futures for pets and people.
The Best Friends Executive Leadership Certification program just celebrated graduation for another class of shelter leaders, offering critical professional development and support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saturday, August 8, is International Cat Day and everyone — from old school Dogtown caregivers to a former BBC journalist turned major league soccer commentator — is getting in on the action.
Proven programs for saving our communities’ cats are key to achieving no-kill nationwide by 2025 and acknowledge that a safe, loving home for a cat doesn’t have to mean a house.