This page contains links to local and national Web sites that contain content of interest to people to love animals.
Pima Animal Care Center is the local government agency responsible for protecting animals from abuse and neglect, managing animal populations, and dealing with animal-related public health concerns.
This is the best source for licensing and ordinance related information.
FOUND! is a non-profit organization that displays color digital photographs, on the Web, of lost animals that have been found and are being sheltered by various institutions and individuals.
A fantastic resource for learning about animal cruelty, what you can do about it, how to report it, what constitutes animal cruelty, and so forth.
A must-see for anyone who cares about animals.
Spay & Neuter Solutions is a nonprofit organization, whose primary purposes are to provide financial assistance for defraying the cost of spaying and neutering and to educate pet owners about the importance of these operations.
Our goal is to prevent the further growth of the unwanted animal population and to reduce the number of homeless animals.
Tucson’s leading source for animal information, education and care.
The nation’s largest sanctuary for abused and abandoned cats, dogs, and other animals. Best Friends is also one of the leaders in the national no-kill movement.
Of all the cities in the United States, only San Francisco currently guarantees that no adoptable dog or cat will be euthanized. What stands between life and death for these animals is The San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
An inspiration to no-kill groups everywhere.
A huge shelter located in Long Island, NY which adopts out over 30,000 animals each year.
A wealth of information and inspiration.
The web site that accompanies the cable channel.
A great resource for information about your cat or dog, plus lots of other interesting facts.
Since 1866, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been committed to alleviating pain, fear and suffering in all animals.
A HUGE resource for all sorts of information about pets.
Founded in 1954, The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) envisions a world in which people satisfy the physical and emotional needs of domestic animals; protect wild animals and their environments; and change their relationships with other animals, evolving from exploitation and harm to respect and compassion.
Another HUGE resource for pet information.