Don't just speak up... Take action!

Total Pledges: 4604

Please sign this pledge to treat all reservation animals humanely.


There are an estimated 1,500 stray dogs roaming the Navajo Nation, but the real number may be as much as four times higher. And there are many hundreds of stray cats as well.

Native American reservations often face this issue without the resources to manage it. When we see innocent animals suffering unnecessarily, we don't want to just speak out... we want to take action.

Because this problem is so severe, we pledge to:

* provide necessities such as pet food, blankets, toys and treats
* support mobile spay and neuter clinics
* care for stray and orphaned animals, with the goal of adoption into loving homes
* tell family and friends about this issue

Please add your voice and your support for dogs and cats on Native American reservations today.





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Recent Signatures

7/20/2019 12:45 PM Linda Shaw

7/13/2019 6:32 PM DIANE WHITNEY

6/28/2019 4:41 PM Chris Higgins

6/24/2019 4:45 PM Lisa Lambert

6/17/2019 3:08 PM claudia rose

Recent Comments

I visited Taos Pueblo recently and , though the dogs didn't appear to be starving, they were matted and urgently in need of brushing. I've heard the situation at other reservations are much more dire, which is so sad.

It is so sad, that animals can't speak up or fight abusiveness and hunger!!! We the people need to step up and help them all. Every little bit helps.

All animals deserve to be treated with kindness. Please help feed them and supply medical care. God Bless You, Lisa

Please be kind to animals - they only have US to count on...