Impoverishment on the 60 reservations PWNA serves affects 38% to 63% of the people.
PWNA supports animal welfare groups that rescue, rehabilitate and place injured or stray animals in foster care or forever homes, ensuring well-being of animals and healthy, safe communities.
The Navajo Nation alone has estimates reaching as high as 6,000 stray dogs and cats, depending on the community. Annually, PWNA helps animal welfare partners rescue nearly 50,000 hungry or injured animals:
(Related programs: Reservation Animal Rescue (RAR))
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