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  • Mission Metamorphosis | Getting the Job Done

    Hayden Frye / December 10, 2020
    In her new book Mission Metamorphosis, American Humane’s president and CEO Dr. Robin Ganzert tells the story of her tenure at American Humane and offers insightful, actionable advice for nonprofit leadership.…
  • CA Wildfires: On the Ground Caring for Animal Victims

    Hayden Frye, Amber Batteiger / September 29, 2020
    For the American Humane Rescue team on the ground in Northern California, the days begin before sunrise. During the forty-minute drive to the animal shelters in Oroville, the sun peaks…
  • Not Forgotten: Remembering Dorian One Year Later

    Amber Batteiger / September 14, 2020
    As a first responder to natural disasters for the American Humane Rescue team, I carry heavy memories of each deployment deep within me. These memories shape me and offer me…
  • American Humane Brings Cats “Home”

    August 13, 2020
    Despite the remarkable work of animal rescues, humane organizations, spay-and-neuter groups and cat-loving individuals and foundations across the country, cat overpopulation is still an issue. Tragically, euthanization of homeless cats…
  • Pets are Blameless in Spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus

    Thomas M. Edling, DVM, MSpVM, MPH / March 3, 2020
    Coronavirus, now present on every continent except Antarctica, has infected nearly 90,000 people globally and left health officials scrambling to prevent the virus from morphing into a full-blown pandemic, while…
  • Responding to a Disaster Beyond Comprehension

    September 25, 2019
    At the beginning of this month, The Bahamas were ravaged by one of the most devastating, dangerous storms in living memory. Hurricane Dorian pounded the northwestern Bahamas for 40 continuous…
  • July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day

    July 15, 2019
    On National Pet Fire Safety Day, it’s important to remember to include your furry family members into your emergency plan should a fire ever occur and Fido needs to find…