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[T]he CDC notes, “We do not have evidence that companion animals, including pets, can spread COVID-19 to people or that they might be a source of infection in the United States.”
World Spay Day, the last Tuesday of February, raises awareness around accessible and affordable spay and neuter programs.
The Reservation Animal Rescue (RAR) program of PWNA, and its generous donors, made it possible to help reservation partners feed and care for stray animals, ensuring healthier animals and communities.
Many animals may have been born as strays on the reservations. Other times, animals are left on the side of the road in Native communities by individuals living off-reservation, a practice commonly referred to as “animal dumping.”
Partnership With Native Americans and Reservation Animal Rescue reeived recognition from BlogPaws at their annual conference, which this year was held in Phoenix, Arizona.
Now an annual event, #GivingTuesday is becoming a day of remembrance when millions of people come out to support their favorite charities and causes. And today, we want to shout out to animal lovers everywhere to remember this special cause: the four-leggeds on the reservations. Our reservation animal rescue program, ROAR, supports rescue, rehabilitation, foster […]