Alabama saved 6,870 more animals in 2020 than in 2019, but there is more work to be done. Best Friends works closely with local shelters, rescue groups and passionate people like you in Alabama. Together, we can bring this country to no-kill by 2025.

Help save homeless pets in AL

Shelters near you need help to save more lives. In 2020, nearly 16,825 dogs and cats were killed in animal shelters across Alabama, but together with your help, we’re changing that.

Best Friends is working with animal welfare organizations and stakeholders statewide to save every pet who can be saved and reach no-kill through Alabama by 2025. Your local shelter is counting on your help. Now is the time to get involved and make a lifesaving difference.

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Best Friends steps up for at-risk pets in Alabama

Best Friends has funded programs around the state with Rachael Ray Save Them All Grants. We are partnering with Montgomery Humane Society to create a robust return-to-field (RTF) cat program in the county, including a satellite foster program and monthly transports. We are also working closely with Safe Harbor Animal Coalition to increase transports and rescue placement for at-risk animals.

Find a Best Friends Network partner near you

The Best Friends Network is made up of thousands of public and private shelters, rescue groups, spay/neuter organizations and other animal welfare groups located around the country. While only shelter network partners are represented on the dashboard, all network partners are working to save cats and dogs. They all need adopters, donors, volunteers and community advocates to increase lifesaving.

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