• Disaster Relief Requires a Lot of Grit

    With the increase in the number of yearly natural disasters, rescue efforts for pets in affected areas has become a growing need. This year alone animal rescue volunteers have already had to deal with the aftermath of Michael, Florence, and a few other smaller tropical storms. Providing relief during disasters like Florence and Michael often […]

  • Help Animals During Hurricane Isaac

    If you live in the path of or near Hurricane Isaac, there are many animal shelters and rescue groups who desperately need your help with the animals in their care.  Below is a list of five ways that you can help animals being affected by the hurricane right now!  We appreciate that you care about […]

  • Remembering Hurricane Katrina

    Our pets will never be left behind again. Seven years ago today, Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. Many people had left assuming they would be back in days so they did not (or could not) take their pets. Others tried to take their pets at the last moment but were turned back from government busses. […]

  • A Short History of Adopt-a-Pet.com

    Adopt-a-Pet.com began as “1-800-Save-a-Pet.com” in the year 2000, and was a comprehensive program proposal to end the overpopulation of companion animals in shelters in Los Angeles, CA. That program was based on a year of research into the nature of the problem, and proposed scientifically-based solutions and projections. To sum it up, ending pet overpopulation […]