Responding quickly to emergencies where financial assistance is needed most, and carefully matching resources with needs across the country, the ASPCA has stepped up in BIG ways. The ASPCA’s funding priorities are focused on saving more lives through animal shelter and rescue grants; the prevention of and response to cruelty toward animals; protection of equines; and emergency funding to animal welfare organizations in communities that have suffered the impact of natural and other disasters.
The ASPCA has compassionately partnered with the Dumb Friends League to support our efforts with the care of homeless horses at our Dumb Friends League Harmony Equine Center, community spay and neuter events, increased animal welfare resources in rural Colorado, shelter infrastructure improvements, as well as our fight against abuse and neglect of animals through the Colorado Humane Society, a program of the League.
“Dumb Friends League works tirelessly with their community to end pet homelessness and animal suffering,” said Christa Chadwick, Vice President of ASPCA Shelter & Veterinary Services. “The ASPCA is honored to be a long-standing partner of Dumb Friends League, supporting and helping to fund their many efforts supporting pet owners and saving more animal lives.”