Animal Rescue and Referral

An alternative to abandonment and now Spirtual and  Legal action to protect animals and create First Animal Rights Bill

Legal animal welfare issues. There are many ways you can make a difference for animals, by writing a letter, making a phone call, sending an e-mail and voting! Just go to the following websites and learn what you can do to help!

    WI Voters  For Companion Animal                        

 Thank you Representative Berceau, from the 76th District in Madison for your *100% voting record for companion animal legislation! 

 Thank you Representative Berceau, from the 76th District in Madison for your *100% voting record for companion animal legislation!

Thank you Representative Smithfrom the 93rd District, for your 100% voting record for companion animal legislation and for your hard work on the puppy mill bill!

Animal Law Coalition


Animal Law Coalition is dedicated to the ideal that animals have the right to live and live free of cruelty and neglect. The effort to save animals from abuse is taking place in Congress, state legislatures, local governments, the courts and administrative agencies. Animal Law Coalition brings you the latest animal legal news and show you how you can get involved in the fight to stop animal cruelty. Animal Law Coalition is there, on Capital hill, in state legislature and local governments, the courts and agencies, working to stop cruelty and save animal lives. Please come join us!   


Animal Law Coalition will assist local organizations and governments in drafting legislation to promote animal welfare. As an example, Animal Law Coalition has worked on legislation to ban gas chambers, regulate commercial dog breeders, restrict tethering and end devocalization of dogs and cats.


Animal Legal Defense Fund

Follow the new  "ANIMAL  BILL OF RIGHTS"

Deprived of legal protection, animals are defenseless against exploitation and abuse by humans. Through the Animal Bill of Rights, the Animal Legal Defense Fund is working to show Congress a groundswell of support for legislation that protects animals and recognizes that, like all sentient beings, animals are entitled to basic legal rights in our society.

More than a quarter-million Americans have already signed the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Animal Bill of Rights. Sign on your support and speak out to your lawmakers today!

A Petition to the United States Congress

I, the undersigned American citizen, believe that animals, like all sentient beings, are entitled to basic legal rights in our society. Deprived of legal protection, animals are defenseless against exploitation and abuse by humans. As no such rights now exist, I urge you to pass legislation in support of the following basic rights for animals:

The Right of animals to be free from exploitation, cruelty, neglect, and abuse.

The Right of laboratory animals not to be used in cruel or unnecessary experiments.

The Right of farm animals to an environment that satisfies their basic physical and psychological needs.

The Right of companion animals to a healthy diet, protective shelter, and adequate medical care.

The Right of wildlife to a natural habitat, ecologically sufficient to a normal existence and self-sustaining species population.

The Right of animals to have their interests represented in court and safeguarded by the law of the land.

For more than three decades, the Animal Legal Defense Fund has been fighting to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system. Founded in 1979 by attorneys active in shaping the emerging field of animal law, ALDF has blazed the trail for stronger enforcement of anti-cruelty laws and more humane treatment of animals in every corner of American life. Today, ALDF’s groundbreaking efforts to push the U.S. legal system to end the suffering of abused animals are supported by hundreds of dedicated attorneys and more than 100,000 members. Every day, ALDF works to protect animals by:

Filing groundbreaking lawsuits to stop animal abuse and expand the boundaries of animal law.

  • Providing free legal assistance to prosecutors handling cruelty cases.
  • Working to strengthen state anti-cruelty statutes.
  • Encouraging the federal government to enforce existing animal protection laws.
  • Nurturing the future of animal law through Student Animal Legal Defense Fund chapters and our Animal Law Program.
  • Providing public education through seminars, workshops and other outreach efforts.

In addition to our national headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Animal Legal Defense Fund maintains an office in Portland, Oregon.



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