Best Friends Animal Society: No-Kill Animal Rescue & Advocacy
Best Friends Animal Society is focused on stopping the killing of nearly 4 million pets in shelters all across America. No-kill is our mission.
Posted: Friday Jan 15, 2021
Pets and COVID-19 | Best Friends Animal Society
Posted: (1 days ago) The following resources have been compiled to help people answer questions or concerns about pets and COVID-19 and to share how you can help keep pets and people safe in your community. Remember that this is an evolving issue and updated information is being released regularly. This page will be updated as new information is made available, and additional sources should be treated the same way ...
Resources for Pet Owners | Best Friends Animal Society
Posted: (5 days ago) Pet food pantries provide free pet food to those in need. Free and low-cost spay and neuter. Anyone who needs assistance in finding affordable spay/neuter services can benefit by using the SpayUSA referral service. Mobile vets deliver veterinary services to pet owners who are unable to get to a clinic.
Pet Memorials | Best Friends Animal Society
Posted: (2 days ago) A gift in memory of a pet honors that lasting bond and is a tangible way to honor the enduring love we have for our pets after they’ve passed. Memorial Giving When you make a memorial gift, your support not only pays tribute to a beloved pet or person, it supports the work of Best Friends and helps homeless pets get the love and care they need to thrive as they wait for loving
How to Adopt a Pet | Best Friends Animal Society
Posted: (2 days ago) The first step in adopting an animal from the Sanctuary is to complete an adoption interest form below, which will give us some information about what you are looking for in your next pet. To launch the survey, select the animal type you are interested in adopting: Dog Adoption Interest Form Cat Adoption Interest Form Bunny Adoption Interest Form
Foster a Dog or Cat | Best Friends Animal Society
Posted: (1 days ago) Like many people these days, you’re probably spending a lot of time at home. This is a great time to foster a pet. Opening your home to a foster pet saves lives, plus it frees up space for another pet to be rescued. Fostering a pet, whether for days, weeks or months may be short-term, but the results are long lasting — not only to the pet, but to you, too. Studies have shown that having a ...