Why Animal Welfare ?

“The True Measure of Any Society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members” – Ghandi

Dog Fighting is a criminal activity,  a sadistic “contest” in which two dogs—specifically bred, conditioned, and trained to fight—are placed in a pit to fight each other for the spectators’ entertainment and gambling. Michael Vick former Eagles football player was convicted of running a dog fighting operation. It’s big money, and its everywhere. “Dog-fighting represents the ultimate betrayal of the unique relationship that exists between humans and animals. Manipulating a dog’s desire to please its owner to perpetuate a life of chronic and acute physical and psychological pain is the most horrific form of animal abuse. Shockingly, some remain unmoved. Some think dog-fighting is just a problem in tiny corners of the country, or restricted to a specific class of people. Neither is true.”  … READ MORE

We are Supporting The Humane Society of The United States and   The Anti- Dog Fighting Campaign

Protection For Farm Animals: Around the world, animals used for meat, eggs, and dairy often suffer on factory farms where they are treated as units of production rather than sentient creatures. Our farm animal protection team works to reduce the suffering of animals of these animals.

We are Supporting The Humane Society of The United States and Mercy For Animals

No Kill Shelters: PAWS  Every year in Philadelphia, more than 30,000 homeless, abandoned, and unwanted dogs and cats enter the city’s animal control shelter. Approximately 12,000 pets – never make it back out alive. PAWS is committed to reducing that number, and to leading Philadelphia toward becoming a no-kill city.

We are Supporting (Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society) PAWS.  Main Line Animal Rescue: