American Humane Encourages Pet Lovers to Give a Cat a Forever Home in Honor of Adopt-a-Cat Month®

American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, celebrates Adopt-a-Cat Month® each June – a month that also marks the height of “kitten season,” when millions of kittens are born and often end up in animal shelters. The feline population increase fills animal shelters across the country each June with cats and kittens who need a home. In honor of Adopt-a-Cat Month®, American Humane has collaborated with Zoetis Petcare, a U.S. business unit of Zoetis, to celebrate all things feline and encourage pet lovers to consider giving a cat a…

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21 Courageous Canines Competing To Become America’s Top Dog

America’s animal lovers have spoken, and after more than half a million votes from across the country, 21 courageous canines are advancing to the semifinal rounds of the 2018 American Humane Hero Dog Awards®, sponsored by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation and Zoetis, and broadcast nationally on Hallmark Channel. The heroic hounds were chosen by the American public to advance to the semifinals from a field of 266 remarkable candidates. The public is now invited to visit www.HeroDogAwards.org between now and July 11 to vote once per day for their…

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266 Courageous Canines Across America Nominated for Chance to Become Nation’s Top Hero Dog

Every dog has its day, and 266 of the nation’s bravest dogs are hoping that day will come for them on September 29 at the American Humane Hero Dog Awards®, which is sponsored by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation and Zoetis, and will be broadcast in a two-hour special on Hallmark Channel this fall. These dogs are all competing for the honor of being named 2018’s American Hero Dog, the highest honor a dog can receive. But it’s now up to America to decide which of those dogs will take…

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Charities Launch Campaign to Reunite Displaced Pets from Puerto Rico With Their Families

American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, which has been first to serve in the rescue of animals in disasters for more than 100 years, joined forces with Wings of Rescue, The Sato Project, and the Humane Society of Broward County to help reunite 19 dogs and cats with their owners who relocated to the United States from Puerto Rico. This weekend, a Wings of Rescue plane filled with pets and more than a little hope touched down at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport where a 50-foot American Humane Rescue…

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