Herman has never seen his forever family, but the love he experiences is clear as day.
Escaping her abuser meant sneaking out in the dead of the night, without her dogs. With help from Rose Brooks Center, Sunny was soon reunited with her pets.
Nannette was near death when she was brought to Arizona Animal Welfare League. Her dedicated veterinary team refused to give up on her.
Born into lives of filth and neglect, these puppy mill survivors learned what it feels like to be loved.
In domestic violence situations, pets are often caught up in the abuse. Animal Protective Association of Missouri helps pets and people find safety together.
Escaping domestic violence takes courage, resilience and a firm grip on hope.
Keeping Khloe up-to-date on her preventive care allows her to do what she does best: bring joy to her family.
Knowing her cat had a safe place to stay until they could be reunited, Hillary found the strength to leave an abusive relationship.
Mitch always planned for Luke’s veterinary care, until an unexpected injury threatened to break the bank.