Category Archives: Pets General
Betty White has supported the American Humane Association™ for more than sixty years now. To celebrate her 91st birthday, Betty is making a gift to the charity she has long held dear and is matching up to $25,000 in donations so that together we can purchase a Red Star™ Animal Emergency Services Rescue Vehicle forRead More
It is with great sadness that I write you today to say that American Hero Dog Gabe passed away yesterday. On thisValentine’s Day, people around the world were heartbroken to learn Gabe made the journey across the Rainbow Bridge. Our thoughts remain with Gabe’s father, Sgt. 1st Class Chuck Shuck as he deals with theRead More
Thanks to Our Sponsor Cru Vin Dogs! A Hero’s Wine How often do we drink a fine wine that’s not only exquisite in taste but helps make this world a more humane one? We’ve had the pleasure of working with and getting to know the family behind the label at Cru Vin Dogs who provided usRead More
The Best Coping Mechanism Might Be Covered in Fur: Helping Children Understand the Newtown, CT Tragedy
Animals Key to Helping Kids Cope with Stress AS THE NEWS CONTINUES TO UNFOLD ABOUT THE TRAGEDY IN CONNECTICUT, American Humane Association stands ready to assist in any way it can. The facts in the case are still being uncovered, but we do know that this tragedy has left at least 20 of our most preciousRead More
Humane Scholar Jenna Dale Mississippi State University Development of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) Database FELINE INFECTIOUS PERITONITIS (FIP) is a highly fatal disease in cats that has no known cure. Diagnostic tests can predict if a cat has been exposed to coronavirus, but not if the cat has been exposed to the specific viral strainRead More
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