a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and animal welfare society.
Save Them All
At the core of Best Friends' work is the dream that one day animals
will no longer be killed in America's shelters. By implementing
spay/neuter and trap/neuter/return (TNR) programs to reduce the number
of animals who enter shelters, and increasing the number of people who
adopt pets, we know we can end the killing. We know we can Save Them
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
At the heart of Best Friends is the Sanctuary, where, at any given
time, about 1,700 animals are turning their lives around, receiving the
medical help they need, and getting love and acceptance to help them
overcome their past. While searching for their forever homes, they live
in a scenic, healing environment among human and animal friends.
Best Friends owns nearly 3,700 acres, and we lease another 17,000
acres of state and federal land. Nearly 30,000 people visit every year
to meet the animals and tour what has become the nation's largest
no-kill sanctuary for companion animals
Be an invaluable part of Best Friends' lifesaving work for the animals
are invited to join Best Friends' Golden Circle Society, a leadership
group of individuals and families who are an invaluable part of Best
Friends' lifesaving work for the animals.
Golden Circle Society members are among the most devoted and loyal
supporters of Best Friends and our mission. Through annual animal
donations of $1,000 or more, Golden Circle Society members provide the
critical resources necessary to support and expand Best Friends'
programs throughout the United States.
Golden Circle Society gifts are dynamic, and have the flexibility to
be directed wherever they are most needed. These critical funds have an
extraordinary impact on our work together, providing assistance to
animals to find permanent and loving homes, assisting communities to
establish spay/neuter programs, providing emergency rescue and response
to animals in dire situations, and providing public education that's
critical to end the killing of dogs and cats in America's shelters and Save Them All.
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Right now with my puppy we are just adding value for being upside down and adding the noise of the dremel. I will work on this part first, and as she starts loving the "game" I will start on the nails.