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Healing Heeler

What we weren't prepared for was her incredible intelligence and love of learning and play - we never had a heeler before.

Adopt a shelter animal - the benefits will improve your life...physically, mentally and emotionally!

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Meet The Deadliest Cat On Earth

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At first sight, this cat looks more like a cuddly kitten than a huntress. The adorable face and small size only disguises the cat's greatest talent...hunting.»

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Dogs are NOT to Eat!

Dogs are companions, not livestock. Tell South Korea to ban eating dogs nationwide!

South Korea is the only country in the world known to intensively breed dogs for human consumption. Thousands of dog meat farms across the country breed an estimated 2.5 million dogs each year who are confined in small, barren cages outdoors.

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This new program will give even more shelter pets a chance to stay healthy and happy, and eventually find their furrever homes. It's a fantastic way to give rescue pets the lives they deserve, and to learn about how you are helping them.

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Freedom Refuge for Retired Elephants

Elephant Aid International (EAI) has secured an 850 acre parcel of land to create a pristine refuge for retired and rescued circus and zoo elephants. We need your help to secure the perimeter with the necessary double fencing to keep the elephant residents safe.

There are currently over 400 elephants living in United States zoos and circuses. Once they were wild but captured and put on display for entertainment. These elephants have been kept in chains or in cramped quarters for decades, unable to engage in natural behaviors and develop interpersonal friendships so necessary to their well-being.

You can help! Just $8 will pay for one foot of the Elephant Refuge Fence Project!

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