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• Ahimsa Rescue Foundation
They envision a world in which people meet the physical and emotional needs of domestic animals and change their interaction with animals evolving from exploitation and harm to respect and compassion. Their missions is to place needy animals in responsible homes, provide humane education, and encourage spaying and neutering because there are not enough homes.
• Best Friends Animal Society
A non-profit organization that has been one of the major forces in the United States for animal welfare and rescue for decades. They do many wondrous and inventive things for animals. As just one example, they publish a magazine that is so full of information and so well-done that it won an Honorary Pulitzer Prize. The prize was given for a column written by a cat named “Tomato.” Unfortunately Tomato crossed over the “Rainbow Bridge” and the column was discontinued but the quality of the magazine has not suffered.
• For Animals
Dedicated to the protection of animals and the environment from abuse and exploitation through public education, peaceful demonstrations, petitioning, awareness of legislation at all levels of government, and above all through the practice and promotion of compassionate lifestyles. We strive to end the abuse and exploitation of animals.
• Humane Society of Southern New Mexico
A non-profit organization located in Las Cruces, NM which strives to employ “best practices" in animal welfare work through programs providing foster services and adoption promotion of homeless animals, a pet help line service assisting callers with finding resources for animals in need, humane education programs for youth with “critter clubs” and workshops/seminars for adults, tabling and outreach efforts on spay-neuter and related animal topics. The goal of these programs and services is to reduce the intake of animals at our municipal shelter and decrease rate of euthanasia through education efforts and best practices while building a coalition of allied organizations for the purpose of saving lives.
• Humane Society of the United States
Aims to stop animal and human suffering due to cruelty or other reasons through research, public education, and assisting local shelters and rescue groups.
• National Animal Control Association
Purpose — Preserve the human/animal bond by insisting on responsible animal ownership, and assist its members to perform their duties in a professional manner. Only carefully selected and properly trained animal control personnel can correct community problems resulting from irresponsible animal ownership.
• Norman, Gary C — Attorney at Law and Mediator
Gary C. Norman, L.L.M. is a visible attorney and leader with a disability partnered with a guide dog. Concerned with improving education about and the access of assistance dogs, both for himself and also for others, he is an advocate as well as noted author and speaker on issues related to assistance dogs.

Mr. Norman has also served as Chair and Past Chair of the Animal Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association. In this capacity, he established the annual symposium of the Section, and he has established an award that recognizes leadership and service in animal law and policy.
• People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
An animal rights organization which focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in laboratories, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment industry. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of beavers, birds and other "pests," and the abuse of backyard dogs. PETA works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.
• Pet Friends Magazine
Brings together a "pet community" in Northern Michigan for the purpose of educating pet owners on responsible pet ownership, and also help find homes for homeless pets.
• Register of Pet Abusers
A world-wide registry of animal abusers. Anyone who knows of a person whohas been convicted of a crime involving cruelty to an animal should report it to this site, and anyone adopting a pet to someone else should check this site to insure that the potential adoptee is not listed.
• Wings of Wonder

A nonprofit charitable organization whose mission includes:

  • educating the public about wildlife, conservation, ecology, and current environmental issues, with a focus on raptors,
  • the rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned raptors with the goal of releasing healthy individuals back into the wild,
  • increasing the over-all knowledge of wildlife rehabilitation, regulations, and education methods through fieldwork, networking and research.
Recommended Reading and Resource Materials

For people interested in detecting, investigating, and prosecuting animal cruelty.

Get the Edge in Fighting Animal Cruelty Cases

Written for animal cruelty investigators, humane law enforcement officers, law enforcement officers, and any one who loves animals. Available at THIS Web site.

Animal Curelty Prosecution

Written for prosecutors and available for free download at

Forensic Investigation of Animal Cruelty

Written for veterinarians who are interested in forensic investigations of animal cruelty. Available here:

Pets Rule!

An entertaining book that teaches children of all ages how to responsibly care for their pets.