I have been visiting, adopting and sponsoring cats at ARAS for over a decade, and love the service that they provide. They take good care of the animals in their custody, and always have a warm smile and welcoming attitude. If you can adopt, go there today (okay, go the next day they're open); if you can't adopt, consider their amazing "sponsor" program (they'll house and feed the animal for a very minimal monthly donation and you can visit anytime); or, just go down, bring a donation, and sit in the sun in their backyard with a half-dozen grateful, affectionate cats on your lap!
I am not sure who to contact, but I have a skunk that lives behind my house. I have seen him in my back yard. The skunk has a plastic cup arround his neck. I do not know what I can do to get this animal help taking off the plastic arround his neck. Obviously he will die if it's not taken off. Please help me with this animal! ( It's hard to give a star to the entity, as I have never contacted them before.) Please let me know how to save this animal.
The volunteers of this organiation are always helpful and full of compassiona. I have a ferral cat colony. Often domesticated strays find their way to me, and I need to find a placement for them. They need a place where they will get extra socialization since they have been homeless, and out in the wild. This orgniation always goes out of its way to help me and the deserted cats that come my way.
Found the perfect dog for us at DFL. Adoption was quick and easy. They had taken care of her medical needs included a dental cleaning and extraction as well as some minor surgery. They also give a senior discount so we could aford the adoption. Highly reccommend this organization.
PLEASE E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org for full story of the 2005 murder of my 10 month old lab by Mary Warren, Englewood Humane Society. I reported it many.....times......however she continued to murder and dump innocent animals in the garbage through 2007, and no one cared...
The Denver Dumb Friends league has the best facilities for shelter animals, by far. It's worth the drive. And being able to view the animals on the website first is fantastic!
I AM 9 AND WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE READY FOR COLLEGE S0 I CAN BE A VET AND WHEN GET OIDER I AM COMING THERE I LOVE ANIMLS THIS IS WHY BYE
great shelter! I am a girl who loves animals. It even has a ryming name.
The website for Dumb Friends League is www.ddfl.org.