Animal cruelty is a word that gets thrown around, but that few people really think of. Usually you picture an animal that’s being openly abused, and that really needs someone to come rescue them. But even though SPCA International and others fight it, there are still situations that can crop up where you could claim cruelty even with the family pet.
Having a disaster preparedness kit is essential for humans, but you’ve also got to make sure that you’re prepared for your animals as well. This is one thing that SPCA international communicates really well. Whether you have companion animals that help you with a handicap, or you just want to be sure that your pets will be safe, this is a good thing to think about.
When you’re having a baby, or planning on bringing new addition into your family, you’ve got to plan for your dog too. You can get too carried away on the baby, that you forget about your animal companion that’s been here the entire time. But you owe them a good plan to make things easy for them as well. Follow the advice of SPCA International and you’ll be fine.
Veterans Appreciation Day Grants of $1,000 Available for Veterans Events
This is a story of a hero who served his country and nearly gave his life, and his best friend. SPCA International, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing animal suffering and abuse internationally, is currently working to rescue a dog named ‘Max’ from Kuwait and transport the dog back to the U.S. to be reunited with a soldier named Corporal Michael.
Bark Busters USA, the world’s largest, most trusted dog training company, announced a record-breaking private donation of $22,411 in cash and in-kind contributions to the SPCA international Operation Baghdad Pups program-the culmination of its “Bring the Soldiers’ Pups Home” campaign, fueled by the effort and generosity of Bark Busters trainers, their clients, and countless dog-loving communities nationwide.
NEW YORK, Dec 21, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — As the last U.S. troops return home from Iraq, SPCA international must continue its work to bring home military mascots left behind.
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The SPCA International (www.spcai.org) announced on September 26th, 2011, the presence of hope and support for author Terri Crisp’s new book on the SPCAI efforts to save and bring U.S. Troops’ dogs and cats safely home from the combat zones of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Operation Baghdad Pups is Committed to Ongoing Efforts to Help Military Pets
SPCA International Wins Approval for First Animal Transport from Iraq into Turkey since Start of Iraq War
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–An intense international effort involving the Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, the U.S. Embassy and SPCAI will allow an Iraqi donkey to relocate to the United States next month.