Adoption/ Lost and Found

Animal Welfare/Lobbying

Doris Day Animal League combined operations in 2006 with The Humane Society of the United States to continue its work as one of the leading lobbying and public service animal welfare organizations for almost 20 years. The League has a proud legacy of meaningful accomplishments, and there’s much work to do on the legislative level.

Assistance Dogs

Animals with Disabilities


Disaster Preparation

Feral Cats

Financial Aid for Pet Owners


Humane Education

International Directories


Military Animals - Adoption/Foster/Rescue

National Resources

Other Companion Animals

Pet-Friendly Housing

Pet Safety

Shelters for Outdoor Animals

Spay/Neuter Information

Veterinary Information



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