Websites to Inspire Animal Stewardship

Animals Australia the Voice for Animals
Dynamic national animal protection organisation, with unprecedented track record in investigating and exposing animal cruelty.
To reduce suffering of stray animals in Sri Lanka by veterinary care, spay and neuter programs, adoptions, and a sanctuary for destitute street dogs and cats.
Act Against Animal Cruelty-Tasmania, Australia
To eliminate all exploitation, cruelty and suffering of animals within Tasmania and beyond, through non-violent action, education, and lobbying.
Vets Without Borders
Veterinarians and volunteers work in countries where animal abuse is widespread, no laws exist, and it is not challenged.
Best Friends Animal Society – Utah
Best Friends’ No More Homeless Pets campaign created a new vision: A grassroots effort to increase adoptions and spay-neuter programs.
Australian Wildlife Protection Council
Their goal is to protect native animals especially kangaroos and emus from cruelty and exploitation, promoting a ban on kangaroo products.
Christian and Muslims working for Animal Protection
Animals Lebanon works to protect animal by legislation, rescuing animals to sanctuaries, and education programs, and are opposed to all animal abuse. They have found homes for 700 cats and dogs, closed down abusive zoos, exposed cruelty in circuses, and smuggling of endangered species.
British Union for citizens Against Vivisection
For 100 years they have campaigned against experiments on animals, and are widely respected as an authority on animal testing issues, often asked by governments, media, corporations and official bodies for its advice or expert opinions. They analyze legislation and sit on decision-making panels around the globe on behalf of animals in laboratories.
Canadian Voice for Animals
Working to eliminate Amazon deforestation from livestock production, destruction of ecosystems, ways to reduce global warming, especially by reducing your carbon footprint by switching to a plant based diet.
Catholic Concern for Animals
Its’ main purpose is teaching the Church and global community about Catholic teaching about animals, through; tradition, prayer, liturgy and personal witness. Their goal is to create a more humane environment for animals.