Global Animal Foundation is a nonprofit organization that’s like a Red Cross for animals. Tax-deductible donations support disaster animal rescues worldwide, from pets to wildlife, and emergency aid for animals in crisis.

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Help Save Animal Lives: Emergency Efforts In Nepal

(EMERGENCY ANIMAL RESCUE) Today, less than three weeks after a mammoth earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 8,000 people, the country witnessed another devastating 7.2-magnitude quake with dozens of deaths and more than a thousand injuries reported. Along with the thousand of lives directly affected by both disasters, many animals have also been left injured and […]

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The Spirit Of Giving: Help Animals Have A Happy Howl-iday

(ANIMAL ACTIVISM/TAKE ACTION) Happy Holidays! ‘Tis the season of giving, and the Global Animal Foundation is celebrating by giving back to animals in need. As you may know, Global Animal Foundation is a non-profit 501(3)C charity that functions like a Green Cross for animals. It’s a responsive umbrella organization that distributes donations to vetted animal […]

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Constance Lambert embraces her dog after finding it alive when returning to her destroyed home in Tupelo, Mississippi, on Monday. Photo Credit: AP

HELP: Pets In Need After U.S. Tornado Outbreak

(EMERGENCY ANIMAL RESCUE) Early last week, a ferocious storm system tore through Central and Southern U.S., killing at least 38 people and destroying hundreds of homes across six states. For three days, dozens of tornadoes and widespread flooding with hurricane force winds moved through parts of the Plains, Midwest, and South. Arkansas and Mississippi were […]

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Holiday Greetings From Global Animal

Happy Holidays! This has been a banner year for Global Animal. Thank you for all your support! Global Animal has grown exponentially in 2013, with many more daily visitors, over 17,000 Facebook followers, and 3,800 twitter devotees. On the technical side, we redesigned the site’s architecture and look, as well as cleaning up site’s code […]

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HELP: Animals In Need After Typhoon Yolanda

(ANIMAL RESCUE) Benigno Aquino, the President of the Philippines, has called for a state of calamity due to Typhoon Yolanda (also referred to as Typhoon Haiyan) to speed relief efforts for victims. Over 10,000 people are feared to be dead, along with countless animals, which makes this the deadliest natural catastrophe in Philippine history. In […]

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A Boulder County Animal Control officer and AHA workers rescue a cat from a destroyed home as the flood water recedes. Photo Credit: AP

Global Animal Donations At Work In Colorado

(ANIMAL RESCUE/ACTIVISM) During the week of September 9, heavy rains and catastrophic flooding from Colorado Springs north to Fort Collins destroyed over 1,500 homes, leaving many people and animals stranded. Many rescue organizations—from the national to local level—have banded together to help animals trapped and left behind in the flood waters that have yet to […]

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Colorado Army National Guardsmen and a civilian rescue personnel unload evacuated residents from Colorado flood zones from a helicopter at the Boulder Municipal Airport. Photo Credit: Sgt. Joseph K. VonNida

DONATE! Help Rescue Animals From Colorado Flooding

(ANIMAL RESCUE) After a week of relentless rains and flooding of historic proportions throughout the state of Colorado, eight people are dead and hundreds have been reported missing. With parts of Colorado hit by up to 15 inches of rainfall, the floods have reportedly destroyed 1,502 residential structures, leaving many people and animals stranded. First […]

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<p>A PAWS Chicago staff member shares a moment with a very thankful Oklahoma rescue. Photo Credit: PAWS Chicago, Facebook</p>

Your Donations Give Oklahoma Pets Second Chance

(ACTIVISM) Earlier this month, Global Animal Foundation sent $2,000 to organizations working on the ground in Oklahoma to help animals in need following the devastating May tornadoes. However, while the Oklahoma City Animal Care and Control Center (OKCACC) almost reached capacity after the devastation, many of the animals already in shelters faced risk of euthanasia […]

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