Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Animal websites to keep handy. . .

Humor & smiles:

This has to be one of the absolute best websites anywhere. Most days you will laugh, some days you end up with a tear trickling down, but they are always genuine and heartwarming:

For cat lovers, you'll laugh at these:

There are also charitable organizations that help with medical expenses and medical emergencies. Below is a list of a handful of them - you can also do a Google search to find others.

Help with Spay or Neuter: If you know someone with pets who needs help with spay or neuter costs help may be very close. Friends of Animals has a database that is searchable by zip code - you can get a certificate mailed to you by going to also has a national spay/neuter program. More information can be found here:

Help with medical expenses: Know someone with no funds whose pet needs expensive medical treatment? If there is an AAHA Accredited Veterinary Hospital in the area, their vet may be able to apply for financial aid for them through an AAHA grant. Information here:

To find an AAHA accredited facility go here:

United Animal Nation (UAN):

Help a Pet focuses on helping pets of physically and mentally challenged individuals, senior citizens or children of the working poor.

The Pet Fund:

Angels for Animals:
Brown Dog Foundation:
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program:

Diabetic Pets Fund:
The Mosby Foundation:
The Binky Foundation:

God's Creatures Ministry Veterinary Charity: Jake Brady Memorial Fund:

Cat specific:

Feline Outreach:

Cats In Crisis:

The Perseus Foundation (cancer-specific):

Canine Cancer Awareness:

Cody's Club (radiation treatments):

Magic Bullet Fund (cancer-specific - dogs):

There are also breed specific organizations who provide financial aid for pets in need of medical care and there are illness specific support organizations for pets in need. When doing an internet search, try searching for help by breed or medical condition too.

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