CAMPAIGNS

DIRECT CARE & RESCUE

image

A New Way to Help!

by Bob Price

  Now more than ever, we hear from people concerned by all the animal suffering that has become so institutionalized as part of our modern lives, and asking “what can I do to help?” Today, we have launched a whole new way for you to help animals in need, by fundraising for In Defense of […]

16 puppies-blog

I Need Help With 16 Puppies

by Doll Stanley

  “I need help! There are 16 puppies here!” One Wednesday last month, Sharon Stone, In Defense of Animals Operations Manager at Hope Animal Sanctuary, received a call for help.  Not one, but two dogs had given birth to puppies at the caller’s house, with a grand total of 16 puppies born, and getting big […]

Justice-for-Animals-Campaign_blog

Justice For Animals Is Taking Off!

by Bob Price

  Thank you for being a huge part of the launch of In Defense of Animals’ Justice for Animals Campaign. Your generous support provides the much needed resources in our fight to ensure that local laws are written and enforced which truly protect animals, and swiftly punish abusers. Judicial officials throughout the country are often […]

HAS-2015-Good-Year-Animal-Advocates_blog

Effectively Advocate for Animals With Regular Contributions!

by Erica Calderon

  Our monthly donors are the backbone of In Defense of Animals. We rely on a constant and reliable stream of funds from our Animal Advocates program participants in order to rescue and protect animals all over the world who so desperately need our assistance. Here at In Defense of Animals, we have an amazing […]

_Lillie--Hope-Animal-Sanctuary_blog

See Lillie Now

by Debbie Clark

  Lillie was rescued in September of last year by staff from In Defense of Animals’ Hope Animal Sanctuary from one of the most gruesome and horrifying hoarding cases we had ever encountered. When rescue staff arrived on scene they found dozens of dogs and even cats cruelly tethered outside on chains and ropes that […]

Boo-(HAS)-_blog

Meet Boo!

by Sharon Stone

  In October of 2015, Boo was wandering the streets of a small town in Mississippi. His endless love and exuberance led to him spending his days visiting with everyone he met. Boo made a lot of friends who were concerned about his welfare, and one of them asked Dr. Daniel Hill of Winona Veterinary […]