A way to pay it forward to our furry friends.
Learn about the people making a difference for animals and what you can do to lend a hand, too.
Because mixed-breed dogs deserve applause, too.
The San Diego-based rescue’s 300 volunteers take saving Mexican street dogs as seriously as a full-time job (but have fun doing it).
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The model, activist, and musician on his activism philosophy: “I’ve always been drawn to those who have been left behind, forgotten, misunderstood. I relate to them on a very deep, personal level. No matter how different you are, everyone deserves a chance.”
Each month, Lucy and Kaya donates a portion of proceeds to a different dog rescue. For October, it’s Stand Up for Pits.
The U.S. has a long way to go when it comes to ending what Gov. Gavin Newsom calls “cruel and unnecessary testing.”
Here’s a list of orgs assisting with rescue efforts.
The artist and activist on how her work has helped hundreds of dogs get adopted (and how she copes with the heartache of photographing shelter and street dogs around the world).
Here’s here you can donate to help these pups — plus who to call if you know more information.
ASSERT co-founder Ryan Okrant tells The Wildest about his work — from tornadoes in Kentucky to war in Ukraine.
Because rescue kitties deserve your crowdfunding cash, too.
Filmmakers Brit and Taylor Hensel on their side hustle to save real life “rez dogs.”
New York Rep. Linda Rosenthal’s new bill puts pups first.
How people can splurge on their pets — or adopt new ones!
Rescue organizations are in need of donations (and adoptions) after the devastating storm.
You really can have it all.
Adopting a pet in the pandemic was a competition. Now, shelters need all the adopters they can get.
With the help of flight, this nonprofit is saving animals and relocating them to loving homes across the country.
Tens of millions of pet parents experience poverty. Pets for Life helps these families receive the care they need for their furriest members.
The veterinarian on helping out, making a difference, and the finer things in life (mostly dogs and music).
Angela Rafuse on how her grandfather’s cat inspired her to start a nonprofit and find new homes for the cats of terminally ill pet parents.