BENEFITING: All About The Animals
DONATE TO ALL ABOUT THE ANIMALS FOR THE SAVING PETS CHALLENGE TO HELP SAVE AND ENRICH THE LIVES OF HOMELESS PETS, INCLUDING PRINCESS AND CONRAD FREEWAY, IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND BEYOND
**Your donation before June 1 via the Saving Pets Challenge gives us the chance of winning further funding from the Michelson Foundation**
Conrad Freeway was recently rescued from Seacca kill shelter in LA County, CA, after being found running relentless down the 5 freeway (it's a miracle he was uninjured!). Sadly, his owner did not want to reclaim him from the shelter. However, following his vetting to recover from an infection, All About the Animals together with K9 Karma, will be finding Conrad Freeway the forever home he truly deserves.
Princess the senior soul was found as stray on the streets of Los Angeles. She has had multiple vetting issues including pyometra, a heart murmur, and kidney issues. However All About the Animals has diagnosed and treated all, and Princess is doing wonderfully in her forever foster home. After spending $6,400 on her vetting and care, Princess is the definition of what we stand for - that ALL pets deserve limitless care. We are currently $3,000 in debt on Care Credit but Princess is worth every cent.
We believe that all pets deserve life, love and limitless care
That's why not only do we assist with the rescue of abandoned, neglected, abused, and unwanted pets in the USA, including those in danger of euthanasia at kill shelters, but we also assist with animals after they have left the shelter, including those with training and vetting needs. In addition we advocate for the rights of homeless animals housed in shelter facilities to receive humane treatment., and for responsible rescue practices. We believe that every pet deserves a loving home and the best care and opportunities for a healthy, happy life.
What makes us different to other animal welfare groups?
We fundraise to support the small, independent rescue groups, which are the groups on the front lines rescuing animals from the oft poorly run municipal shelters. The national animal welfare organizations; PETA, Humane Societies, SPCAs, etc. operate their own shelter facilities, and therefore typically do not rescue animals from the overcrowded municipal shelters. The small independent rescues that do get overwhelmed with the costs of vetting as a majority of the animals leave the municipal shelters sick. We aim to support, collaborate with and unite the small independent rescue groups in order to save and enrich the lives of homeless animals.