Adopt Don’t Shop
Did you see our ad in the Pets section of the Wisconsin State Journal? If so, maybe you are looking for the perfect companion and don’t know where to start.
Over four million animals are killed by shelters in the United States each year. You can personally impact this number by adopting an animal from a shelter. While shelters usually have puppies and kittens, consider adopting an older animal, as you will be spared the hassle of toilet training, chewing, and other behaviors. In addition, shelters are often able to give you information on an animal’s temperament. Alliance For Animals is not an animal shelter, but here are some of our recommendations of places to look.
Wisconsin Adopt/Rescue Organizations
Underdog Pet Rescue of Wisconsin
Nine Lives Rescue
Kadlec Ranch Rescue, Rock County
Diamond Dogs Rescue Wisconsin, South Central Wisconsin
Albert’s Dog Lounge, Whitewater
Fetch Wisconsin Rescue,
Key to Happiness Rescue, DeForest
Shelter From the Storm,
Paddy’s Paws, Ft. Atkinson
Brown Paws Dog Rescue
The AFA Board has played an important part in the organization since its inception in 1983. Serving on the Board is a rewarding and interesting commitment. We welcome new members who are committed to all areas of animal rights. Board members meet monthly, help with events and campaigns, and are instrumental in the organization.
Please send us a brief bio and your reason for wanting to serve on the Board. Please keep your letter less than one page long.
Email your letter to email@example.com Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about serving on the Board.
Check out some of our ads for animals.
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We Celebrate the End of Elephant Acts in Dane County
After eight years of handing out fliers while braving the bitter cold and howling winds, the day finally came. On Sunday, February 16, Alliance For Animals and animal activists from the area both protested the Zor Shrine Circus and celebrated the last elephant show in Dane County with a toast. As a certain astronaut might say, That’s one small step for the end of exotic animal acts, and one giant leap for elephants. Thank you all who worked on this for so long, and for those who came out on a cold day.