Imagine being so malnourished and hungry that your ribs begin to protrude through your skin. So weak and dehydrated that you can barely hold yourself up right. Suffering from an array of physical ailments that never heal because you have no access to medical care. Now imagine being in this condition, but having nowhere to turn and nobody to lean on for support.
Collaborative rescue effort with Proud Rescuers of Puerto Rico brings six homeless kittens from deplorable conditions the tiny island is still suffering after Hurricane Maria hit last year.
Barry Allen, a 4-year-old orange tabby, was a stray in desperate need of human intervention. Found with lacerations and scarring on his head and face, as well as symptoms of dehydration, Barry was also suffering from a severely damaged front right paw that would likely have to be surgically removed to avoid further complications.
As Puerto Rico continues to slowly recover from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Animal League America collaborated with Save A Gato, a non-profit rescue based in Old San Juan, dedicated saving the lives of the cats of the old city.
As our Mobile Rescue Unit pulled down Lewyt Street on a snowy Saturday afternoon, the 47 dogs and puppies aboard may not have known it at the time, but they were finally safe.
Animal League America's Rescue Team collaborated with Brooklyn Animal Care & Control to save the life of one severely injured kitten, and a homeless mama cat and her five adorable kittens. Now all in the care of our highly skilled medical team and nurturing shelter staff, all seven of these felines will have everything they need to find responsible, loving homes to call their own.
North Shore Animal League America didn’t become the world’s largest no-kill rescue and adoption organization by chance – it took over 72 years of saving the lives of more than 1 million homeless dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens from across the country and around the globe to be recognized as the best at what Read More
Earlier today, in addition to our regular weekly life-saving rescues and transports, 39 dogs and puppies at risk of euthanasia were welcomed to North Shore Animal League America. In a collaborative effort with North Little Rock Animal Shelter and Union County Animal Protection Society, our Mobile Rescue Team made the Read More
It’s that time of year again; kitten season. The time of year when unspayed cats give birth, flooding animal shelters and rescue groups across the nation with homeless litters with no place to call home. Millions of healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are euthanized each year in the United States because there simply are Read More
At North Shore Animal League America every life is valuable. As the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization we take pride in providing companion animals, who would otherwise have no other options, with a chance to live out their lives in responsible, loving homes. This March, with the help of our shelter Read More