There's an inherent connection that we share with animals. This human-animal bond is a part of what drives us to help animals and to include them in our lives.
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After being rescued from an abusive situation, Scanley the rabbit was too fearful to be adopted. However, this grape-loving bunny now lives happily with one of his rescuers—and, of course, a rooster with a serious shoe fetish.
After playing hard to get for four years, Autumn finally got in the back of Brenda Fielden's car, acted as if she'd been doing it all of her life, and never looked back on her days as a stray.
Since leaving a career as a systems engineer, veterinarian Susan Krebsbach has never looked back. Now a veterinary consultant for the HSVMA, she uses every platform she can to change the world for animals.
The HSUS’s Pets for Life program is bringing the human touch to neighborhoods where pet care services are scarce, but love for animals abounds. Learn how to implement this amazing and unique program in your community.
Here are guidelines for how pet owners can plan for the possibility that their pets will outlive them, and recommendations for what you can do to encourage them to take this important step.
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The HSUS Pets for Life program has one very ambitious goal: to keep pets and their people together. Pets for Life recognizes that one of the greatest threats to pets is a lack of understanding on the part of caregivers along with a lack of awareness of available resources.
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