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Coping With Katrina: How You Can Make A Difference
When a disaster like Katrina hits, people want to be involved and help out. The question of what is the "best" way to help out can be difficult though, especially for people not located in the storm damaged area. This article offers some tips and ideas on ways to help, both globally and locally.

Animal Medical Center
The Animal Medical Center is a non-profit veterinary hospital that was founded in 1910. They have a staff of 83 veterinarians and see more than 60,000 cases every year.

Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
Non-profit organization dedicated to helping people experiencing loss and grief from the death of a pet. Extensive resource information at this site.

Canine Companions For Independence
Providing "Exceptional Dogs for Exceptional People", this organization trains and places service dogs with the handicapped for assistance with daily tasks.

Cause For Paws
A no-kill animal sanctuary for animals who are sick, abused, or born with birth defects. Sponsor a pet online to help this shelter help other animals.

Center for Companion Animal Health
This center's mission is to improve the health of companion animals. Many good health articles under the 'newsletter' link.

The Delta Society
An international resource for the human-animal bond.

The Feral Cat Coalition
This organization is funded entirely through donations and provides spay/neuter clinics, vaccinations, and basic veterinary care to feral cats.

A nonprofit organization which provides financial assistance for the medical care of pets whose owners are unable to afford the expense.

Humane Society of the United States
This site is filled with information about the news and activities about the Humane Society and other animal-related information. It is updated frequently.

A non-profit organization for sick, injured and abused companion animals, the prevention of cruelty, and public awareness and education.

Labrador Life Line, Inc.
Labrador Life Line, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) Not for Profit Organization created to help owners or rescuers of Labrador Retrievers who are in need of financial assistance.

National Service Dogs
A Canadian not-for-profit organization that raises and trains service dogs.

P.A.L.S. - Pets Are Loving Support
This organization assists people with AIDS in caring for their pets.

People-Pet Partnership
This organization provides many services, including; pet therapy, horse riding therapy, pet loss support, and pet ownership/stewardship education.

The Travis Fund
Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. Created in memory of veterinarian Dr. Stanley O. Travis, the fund benefits injured and ill found animals, and owned animals undergoing treatment at Tufts' Foster Hospital for Small Animals or Hospital for Large Animals whose caring and responsible owners cannot afford the full cost of their veterinary care.

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