First and foremost, from everyone at 600 Million Dogs, THANK YOU
for supporting our mission: To end the #1 cause of suffering and death for dogs and cats: pet overpopulation ...
... by developing the revolutionary Spay and Neuter Cookie, to safely spay or neuter stray dogs and cats -- without surgery. Secondly, we wanted to let you know that in the midst of the pandemic, a remarkable thing has happened. Scientists are feverishly working on a vaccine, and normal
Last week, Last Chance for Animals sent out the following message; we felt it necessary to spread their word, and make this story known. Our hearts go out to all of the families affected by this atrocity. Last Chance for Animals (LCA), supporter of Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo, condemns the senseless violence that claimed the lives of 17 people; Virunga staff of 12 Rangers, their driver and four civilians near Virunga National Park Headquarters on
It's a troubling time right now due to coronavirus, but here's a great way for you to help animals while you're at home. N.J. State Senator Troy Singleton has introduced S920, a bill to ban the declawing of cats and other animals in New Jersey. With your help, this bill could become law! Cutting off the last bone of each toe, of all 10 fingers of the front paws of a cat, is known as declawing. It is usually done to prevent cats from scratching people and furniture, but it's n
Your holiday gift will be DOUBLED to end the number one cause of suffering for dogs and cats! Dear friends, I cannot thank you enough, for helping make 2019 a strong year! With you by our side we’ll make 2020 even better for animals, and I deeply appreciate your help as we work to end the global problem of dog and cat overpopulation and suffering. This holiday, we are not taking time off. Instead, we are working around the clock to help homeless dogs and cats -- by using high
In a Sep. 2, 2019 article called “How Animal Researchers Stay Out of the News,” Martha Rosenberg writes, “Ever since Alex Pacheco exposed treatment of the Silver Spring monkeys in 1981, animal researchers have been reduced to uttering ‘it’s not how it looks’ or ‘let us explain’ when unwanted images surface.” She notes that unlike factory farms, which have been infiltrated often enough so that videos and photos of the animal suffering are now easy to find, it’s still extremely