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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.
August 29, 2017
Adorable puppies Lenny and Squiggy are the two latest additions to the Heigl Hounds of Hope, our internal rescue group which saves vulnerable dogs from high kill shelters in Southern California. The pit bull and chihuahua duo have quickly become the best of friends!
August 1, 2017
LA Animal Services is holding a special "Free The Shelters" event this weekend at venues across the city. "Free The Shelters" is a no-fee adoption campaign that will take place from Friday August 4th through Sunday August 6th, and will feature over 1000 homeless animals from four Los Angeles City shelters.
July 29, 2017
Recently, we were once again faced with that decision pet owners everywhere know all too well. You may remember a couple of our social media posts about Henry, our “fospice” Heigl Hound of Hope. Henry came to us nearly two years ago from a busy Los Angeles area shelter where he was observed having seizures.
May 4, 2017
Show your support for the campaign to end puppy mills by joining our friends at Hearts United For Animals and the Lincoln Animal Ambassadors this Mother's Day, for a picket to honor the mothers of the pet store puppies. Help put an end to substandard commercial breeding facilities that operate with an emphasis on profit above animal welfare.
April 28, 2017
In September 2016, we received a grant application from the Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley (HSSBV) requesting funding for spay/neuter. Funding spay/neuter programs are part of the Foundation's core mission and San Bernardino is an under served area that we have tried to support whenever the opportunity arises.
April 26, 2017
In 2012, Cesar Millan wrote an article which appeared on his web site and social media pages, that highlighted some fundamental issues with how we treat homeless companion animals in the United States. It contrasted our approach to dealing with unwanted animals and attitudes towards adoption in this country, with that of European nations such as Germany.