Made by Sami and Haylanah in canva
our mission statement is to help homeless pets get forever homes
Our nonprofit helps injured or uninjured pets find homes that are safe.
We sponsor a marathon every month for donations to help the animals.
We collect blankets and toys for the dogs. We sponsor events for our animals like read to the dogs or like take them for a walk We're not a real non-profit, but if we were we'd be a 501(c)(3)
Nonprofits that inspired us
- The Humane Society of the United States. They are a nonprofit website that inspired us to help pets get amazing homes. Their mission is "End the cruelest practices toward all animals.Care for animals in crisis.Build a stronger animal protection movement"
- Street Homeless Animal ProjectStreet homeless Animal Project inspired us to help homeless pets. Their mission statement is "to assist the street homeless community in obtaining veterinary care and supplies for their companion animal."
- New Mexico Animal Friends New Mexico Animal Friends helped us think about all of the animals in need and help us want to help every animal. Their mission statement is "Promote animal welfare through educational efforts and other services. Reduce overpopulation in companion animals and feral cats through spay-neuter services. Provide needed medical care to senior dogs and cats with the goal to either make them more adoptable or to provide end of life hospice care at an NMAF foster home or through a sponsorship at a senior care sanctuary."
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- In the US about 2 million dogs get adopted a year and 3.1 million come to shelters.
- Shelters take in more than 135,000 and more than 65,000 are euthanized because they are not adopted.
- In the US ten percent of dogs get returned after getting adopted.
- In 2019 New Mexico had the highest rate with more than 3,200 surrenders per 100,000 inhabitants. The main reason why animals become strays is the owners will most likely give them up because they can't take care of the animal