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FIV Position Statement

FIV Terminology Policy

Austin Pets Alive! FIV FAQ

Five Undeniable Signs that Foster Really is the Future of Animal Welfare

Litster 2014 TVJ Study

Fund the Shelters

Guilford County Animal Services

Building Foster Programs for Cats and Kittens

Dog N' Dash: An Innovative Approach to Fostering Big Dogs

Consultations and Assessments Landing

How You Can Keep Pets Cool During High Temps

How To Get Your Long Stay Dogs Adopted or Fostered, Faster

AmPA! Helps Rusk County Transform Parvo Program

“Why did it take so long for us to realize that killing animals is not the solution?" El Paso Animal Services Director reflects on lifesaving change

How COVID has Reshaped the Health of Shelter Cats

What Was Your Match? A Single Spark Can Start a Movement

U.S. Animal Welfare Organizations Launch Human Animal Support Services Pilot

Could Remote Work be the Best Thing Ever for Our Pets?

New Research on Parvovirus Means Saving More Lives Than Ever Before

Three Simple Steps to Take Charge of Your Shelter or Rescue’s Workplace Culture

5 Powerful Tips for Improved Mental Health in Animal Welfare

#Savetheroosters: Lifesaving Protocol for Placing Former Fighting Roosters

So You're Having Trouble Adopting a Shelter Pet—Here's What To Do

Goodbye Licensing, Hello Microchips: 5 Steps Albuquerque Took to Change an Outdated Law

Now that animal shelters are empty, can we ever go back to the way things were?

Finders Keepers: How Jacksonville Humane Partnered with Private Vet Clinics to Keep Kittens Out of the Shelter

Public Information Request 101: Get the Information You Need

Nine Groups of Savable Pets Still At Risk in Most Animal Shelters

Our Collective Responsibility to Homeless Pets During COVID-19

Our Work

What Animal Shelters are Doing to Flatten the Curve and Still Save Animal Lives

8 Tips to Recruit More Foster Homes

The Data's In: No, 'Pandemic Pets' Weren't Returned to Shelters—but Shelters Do Need Help

Kick Ass Shelters that are Embracing Change During COVID-19