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P.O. Box 3068 Taos, NM 87571
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Links

about resizeGood Works:

Animal Legal Defense Fund
http://www.aldf.org
This organization is doing the work that will change for the better the legal status of animals in our society.

Animal Protection Voters
http://www.apvnm.org
This organization is also doing the legal and legislative work to achieve protection laws for animals.

American Wild Horse Campaign
www.americanwildhorsecampaign.org

Our goal is to protect America’s wild horses and burros by stopping the federal government’s systematic and cruel elimination of these national icons from our public lands.

Stray Hearts Animal Shelter
www.strayhearts.org

Please donate time, money or supplies to this wonderful shelter. Stray Hearts Animal Shelter makes huge efforts to help the lost and abandoned dogs and cats of Northern New Mexico. Volunteering to walk the dogs at Stray Hearts brings great rewards to the dogs and the walkers!  Adopting a dog or cat from Stray Hearts will enrich the lives of all individuals and families who do.

Medicine Cards Foundation
www.MedicineCards.com/medicine-cards-foundation
Medicine Cards Foundation is now being formed as a granting organization to support animal welfare efforts. We are looking for donors and partners who have a desire to participate in this new effort to help the world’s animal population.

The Wolf Conservation Center
www.nywolf.org

The Wolf Conservation Center teaches people about wolves, their relationship to the environment and the human role in protecting their future.

VOLUNTEER!
We would like to appeal to all Medicine Cards readers and encourage people to please make efforts to help the animal welfare organizations in their communities. There are millions of abandoned and unwanted animals in the United States.  Any and all efforts by individuals to help pay for the costs of neutering and caring for this population will help.  And even one hour spent at your local shelter can help ease the lives of animals in these crowded environments. Walking, petting or even talking to shelter dogs and cats will help socialize these animals and make them more easily adoptable.  Most animal shelters have volunteer programs in place and their staff are eager to train people to help. Help an animal today – they will enrich your life!