The spring birds in our backyards are busy this time of year building nests for their new families. Your family can create and hang this bag from a tree in your yard to provide a new bird family with food and nesting materials made from recycled items in your home!
Found nursing a tiny kitten in Barstow, California, a Longhaired Chihuahua remains loyal to the feline son she adopted.
Congratulations to 2013′s Most Heartwarming Story Contest winner, Jaime from Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter.
A cat with a life-threatening heart condition has tugged at our heartstrings. Although his diagnosis threatens a life expectancy with a maximum of only four years, this truly loving kitty is wooing every staff member he comes in contact with in hopes of finding his forever home.
We need your help to vote for this year’s Most Heartwarming Story! Each story illustrates a pet’s unique journey; journeys that begin in abandonment or betrayal, and end in fulfillment, safety and most importantly, a loving home. The winning organization will be awarded $500!
Tommy survived Hurricane Sandy, diabetes and diabetic neuropathy, but never found that “purrfect” home… until now! Congratulations to our kitty survivor, Tommy!
Ottilie Baer was one of our most dedicated, longest serving volunteers at Helen Woodward Animal Center. Ottilie began volunteering in 1995, and for the past 18 years, came each and every week, hardly ever missing a shift.