Editor’s note: In a multipart series over the next several weeks, we’ll be providing an analysis of successful No More Homeless Pets campaigns — how they work, why they work and what distinguishes them from each other to achieve no-kill in their communities. When Bonney Brown (pictured) took the
It was a nice surprise for us here at Best Friends to learn that Best Friends Animal Society had been named Non-Profit Brand of the Year in the recently released 2011 Harris Poll EquiTrend® study. Apparently for people in the brand equity biz, it’s quite the honor. As you’re well aware, the non-
It's not even known definitively how cats purr. It may be through their vocal chords, or it may be through vibrations of some configuration of bones.
Join us in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and New York, if you are within driving distance, put on some red, white and blue, bring your dog (we’ll have patriotic bandanas for the doggies) and have a blast.
Best Friends Emergency Response team has been on the ground in South Dakota to help pets displaced by flood-related evacuations since late May.
There are always two conversations going on within the animal welfare movement: One is about the big picture — strategy, numbers, trends, policy and programs. The other is about the little picture — this dog or that cat, rat, parrot, ferret, bunny or whatever.
As public awareness grows regarding the cruelty inherent in puppy mills and the pressure that puppy sales place on shelters, there is a welcome trend that is putting the squeeze on commercial breeding operations from both the supply and the demand side of this rotten business.
The City of Austin comes together to create a time of No More Homeless Pets thanks to the dedication of individuals and organizations that have solutions like low cost spay/neuter clinics and life-saving programs on the agenda.
The Wild Friends department at Best Friends specializes in wildlife education in addition to rehabilitating injured and orphaned wild animals.
Your action needed now for Companion Animal Access and Rescue Act legislation coming up for a vote as early as June 6 in New York State.