ASPCA Releases New Data about Pets in Poverty Due to COVID-19
Learn how new data from the ASPCA about pets in poverty due to COVID-19 is impacting the types of services animal welfare agencies are providing to the community.
Fireworks Safety Tips Poster and Social Media Graphics
Share this poster with your foster families and adopters to give them tips on how to keep their dogs, cats, and equines safe during fireworks.
Behavior Tips for Living with Intact Dogs and Cats
Share these behavior tips with foster caregivers and adopters living with intact dogs and cats when spay/neuter surgeries are temporarily unavailable.
Support for Community Pet Owners
Learn about financial support and grants directly available to pet owners affected by COVID-19.
ASPCA and HSUS Partner to Provide Pet Food to Remote Alaska Communities
Read about a collaboration between the ASPCA and HSUS to provide pet food to pet owners living in remote areas of Alaska during the COVID-19 crisis.
Seattle Veterinary Outreach Receives $50K Grant from ASPCA to Benefit Homeless People and Their Pets
Read about a new grant for the ASPCA that provides needed veterinary care to pet owners in Seattle who find themselves homeless.
New ASPCA Community Veterinary Center Brings Affordable Pet Care to Miami
ASPCA has opened its latest Community Veterinary Care Center in Miami to help keep pets at home in underserved neighborhoods
ASPCA Commits $45M to Help Animal Cruelty Victims and Low-Income Pet Owners
A $45M ASPCA initiative addresses some complex needs of animal cruelty victims and improves access to vital veterinary care for low-income owners.
They Did It: Online Re-Homing Service
This safety net program empowers people to find new homes for their pets by connecting them with potential adopters.