Giving back is a huge part of why we do what we do!
BEST FRIENDS ANIMAL SANCTUARY
We have found a brilliant animal sanctuary to donate 10% profit from each purchase made through our store. We settled on the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah. They are the 'home-between-homes for about 1,600 rescued dogs and cats, horses, birds, rabbits, potbellied pigs, farm animals and assorted wildlife on any given day.' We just couldn't get past their brilliant set up and all that they do. They have Dogtown, Catworld, Horse Haven, Marshall's Piggy Paradise, Bunny House, Parrot Garden and Wild Friends. They have an animal clinic, and a memorial area called Angels Rest. People can adopt pets from them as they rehabilitate animals, and the ones that can't be rehabilitated get to stay at the no-kill sanctuary for life. On top of this, they work tirelessly creating programs and partnerships with communities across the nation to enact no-kill policies for all animals. Just brilliant! The Best Friends Animal Sanctuary is truly a safe haven for animals, and we are ever so grateful that we can donate to them!
To find out more, to donate or adopt a pet, please visit https://bestfriends.org/
Below are some of our sponsored animals, thanks to donations from our wonderful customer purchases! We would like to thank each and every one of you for helping to make sure we save them all.
"This caped crusader needed a little help when he came to Best Friends in 2018. Spotted walking down the highway, he was picked up and whisked off to a better life at the Sanctuary. Upon arriving, Batman needed immediate medical care for his overgrown hooves and tusks so he could get back to being his spunky self. These days, he is retired from heroics and now volunteers as the official pig greeter at Best Friends."
"Gobi and her friends came to Best Friends when a federally funded sanctuary in Las Vegas closed due to government cutbacks. Because she needs long-term medical care, this brave and social gal can neither be adopted nor released into the wild. But Gobi and the other tortoises who arrived with her at the Sanctuary are in good hands. They’ll live out their lives in a special habitat built just for them."
"Caboodle and his sister, Kit (you can sponsor Kit as well by clicking on her name) came to Best Friends in 2016 after they were found on the side of the road. Both dogs have a neurological condition that makes walking a bit difficult. It doesn’t matter to Caboodle, though. He enjoys playing, doing nose work (a fun activity that involves searching for scents) and taking a daily spin in his custom-made cart."