Adoption

April 26, 2017
A Lesson To Be Learned
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.
November 1, 2016
Vanilla – A Very Painful Loss

It's been a tough week for us here at the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation. It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Heigl Hound of Hope Vanilla. Rescuing animals is not easy. If love were all it takes to heal a dog, you can bet none of our rescues would ever die. Vanilla was a very special dog and she will be greatly missed.

October 1, 2016
Help Us Save Lives & Win A $1000 Petco Gift Card!

We have a chance to win a $100,000 grant, but we need your help! What do we need from you? It's simple: share your story of love! The Petco Foundation wants to hear your adoption story. If your story is selected you'll win a $1000 gift card and we will be able to save even more lives.

March 7, 2016
Cat's Pride Partners With Katherine Heigl & The JDHF To Promote Animal Welfare
Cat's Pride® Partners with Katherine Heigl & The Jason Debus Heigl Foundation To Promote Animal Welfare

Cat's Pride is partnering with actress Katherine Heigl and the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation to promote animal welfare. With the launch of their new, best performing lightweight cat litter, Fresh & Light Ultimate Care®, a portion of every sale of Fresh & Light Ultimate Care® cat litter will support our mission to end animal cruelty and suffering.

March 2, 2016
The Plight Of Cats
Update: Walter

Never have cats garnered more attention than in the age of social media. The hilarious antics of these cuddly fur balls are the subject of countless photos, videos and memes. But there is hidden dark side behind all of those adorable cats: they have owners who cared enough to chronicle them, while millions of cats do not.