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November 20, 2018
It was early 2016, and Louisiana was experiencing unprecedented flooding. Delta Humane Society of Louisiana wanted to transport animals from Louisiana to some northern states to help relieve the pressure on local rescues and shelters. They needed funding fast and submitted a grant request to the JDHF.
November 11, 2018
As we observe Veterans Day, Jason Debus Heigl Foundation co-founder Nancy Heigl has a special message for our veterans and service members.
September 27, 2018
Today is Remember Me Thursday®, where the world shines a light on all orphan pets in shelters and raises awareness of the life-saving significance of pet adoption. It is also a time to remember rescues that have found forever homes and celebrate the joy they have brought to our lives. For Nancy Heigl, one such dog was Pico My Guyo, a rescue from the LA shelter system that enriched her life beyond measure.
January 22, 2018
It has been a busy start to the year for the Heigl Foundation, and for Marshmallow or Mel as he is affectionately known, a 7 month old puppy rescued from a Los Angeles shelter, 2018 has already been life changing. Discover his amazing and heartwarming story.
January 10, 2018
Cat’s Pride today announced its national “Litter for Good” program as part of its long-term commitment to help save America’s shelter cats through partnerships with and donations to animal welfare organizations across the country. Cat’s Pride is also continuing to partner with Katherine Heigl to help promote the program.
September 18, 2017
California could soon make history as the first state in the country to ban all puppy mill pet store sales. Assembly Bill 485 has been passed by lawmakers and will now head to Governor Jerry Brown, who has until Oct. 15 to sign or veto it. Find out how you can help make sure this legislation becomes law!
August 31, 2017
Hurricane Harvey continues to cause catastrophic flooding in southeastern Texas and has moved inland unleashing further deluges over Eastern Texas and Louisiana. The floods have displaced tens of thousands of people and inundated hundreds of thousands of homes, leaving countless families, service animals and household pets without anywhere to live.