Animal Assistance Foundation

Established by Louise Harrison in 1975 with the simple directive to “take care of the animals of Colorado,” the Animal Assistance Foundation continues to expand its impact across the state of Colorado and has focused a significant amount of effort in helping underserved areas within the state. Animal Assistance Foundation honors Louise’s legacy by building strong statewide networks, preventing animal cruelty and seeking new and innovative ways to improve the lives of animals.

Animal Assistance Foundation has supported the Dumb Friends League in several important initiatives that have positively impacted animal welfare across Colorado. Those initiatives include our community spay and neuter efforts, investigative work against the abuse and neglect of animals, shelter infrastructure to improve the environment in which we care for homeless animals and, most recently, our work to increase access to animal welfare resources in rural Colorado.

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