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Domesticated Animal Welfare

Donations via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins are vital to animal welfare. They provide the resources necessary to keep animals in good health and improve their living conditions. They also allow organizations to continue their work in rescuing and rehoming vulnerable animals.

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Domestic animal welfare charities, nonprofits and social enterprises provide a vital service to society. They rescue, rehabilitate and rehome thousands of animals every year. They also offer education and support to help people keep their animals healthy and safe.

Donations via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins from the public can allow these organizations to continue their vital work. Every donation, no matter how small, makes a difference. The money donated helps to pay for food, veterinary care and staff salaries. It also allows the organization to invest in new equipment and facilities, which in turn allows them to help even more animals.

Donating to a domestic animal welfare recipient is a great way to show your support for the cause. It is also an act of kindness that will make a real difference to the lives of those animals in need.

Why charitable support for domesticated animal welfare is important

There are many good reasons for why charitable support for domesticated animal welfare is important. One reason is that animals provide us with valuable companionship and emotional support. They also offer us physical health benefits, such as increased exercise and lowered blood pressure.

Another reason why it is important to support domesticated animal welfare is that humane treatment of animals is simply the right thing to do. Animals are sentient beings that feel pain and experience fear, love, and joy, just like we do. They deserve to be treated with respect and compassion. Unfortunately, far too often they are subject to cruelty, neglect, and abuse. Supporting organizations that work to improve the lives of these animals helps ensure that more of them receive the care and protection they deserve.

When we support domesticated animal welfare charities, we send a message to the larger community that we care about all creatures – not just our own species. This kind of compassion helps create a more compassionate world for everyone – including humans.

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Domesticated Animal Welfare Services
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Animal Adoptions

Donations help support animal adoptions by providing funding for food, shelter, and veterinary care.

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Animal Population Control

Donations help support population control through humane spaying and neutering programs.

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Animal Training

Donations help provide animals with training to help give them the best chance at a great life with a forever family.

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Domestic and Exotic Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation

Donations help provide food, shelter, and veterinary care for animals who have been rescued from dangerous or illegal situations.

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Treatment of Animals

Donations help support the positive treatment of animals by providing money for food, shelter, medical care and legal proceedings.

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Veterinary Medicine

Donations are a vital part of supporting veterinary medicine, as they help to cover the costs of treatments and care for animals in need.

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Donate to support domesticated animal welfare causes

At Giveabl, we help businesses and individuals automatically donate to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises via our website, API or code-less integrations.

You can support causes important to you or your customers without any hassle. Simply browse vetted causes from our curated selection of charities and social enterprises committed to doing good in the world, and get started today!

Helping Hands Animal Rescue
ABN 52365630090
Endorsed DGR Item 1
The International Home Of Rest For Champion Horses
ABN 47885471565
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
Caring for horses and promoting quality horse healthcare especially for aged horses. Hosting tour groups including seniors and community groups. Hosting education activities for primary secondary and tertiary students.
Kimberley Animals Nature And Education
ABN 46205629682
Endorsed DGR Item 1
By rehabilitating orphaned, sick or injured domestic animals that have ben lost, mistreated, or are without owners, as well as rescue of wildlife for release. Restoring, preserving and maintaining the flora, fauna and land of the region. Increasing community education, awareness and participation in the activities above.
Saving Animals From Euthanasia
ABN 59337498934
Endorsed DGR Item 1
SAFE operates a fostercare animal rescue and rehoming service, sourcing temporary care for abandoned and relinquished animals through community volunteers. Adoption is facilitated via active marketing campaigns, thus avoiding the euthanasia of healthy and rehomable animals. We work collaboratively with local government and vets to check, treat and desex animals in our care. Animals are regularly airfreighted from SAFE regional branches to be fostered and adopted in Perth or other parts of the country. SAFE'S work depends on volunteer coordinators, who can carry out vital tasks remotely, from anywhere in the country. The SAFE Inc network is made up of the following branches SAFE Albany, SAFE Avon Valley, SAFE Broome, SAFE Bunbury SAFE Busselton SAFE Carnarvon SAFE Esperance, SAFE Goldfields, SAFE Hedland, Safe Karratha, SAFE Newman.
Wish Animal Rescue
ABN 92565633298
Endorsed DGR Item 1
WISH worked to rescue unwanted, and/or mistreated animals. WISH completed required vet work and worked on rehabilitating these animals, and then successfully rehoming them.
Mid West Cat Shelter
ABN 37920672996
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We rescued 258 homeless cats that were facing euthanasia. We adopted out 273sterilised, vaccinated and microchipped cats that are compliant with local laws and asare sterilised, will help to reduce numbers in unwanted litters. We operated a cat boarding facility as a source of income to be able to support havingpaid staff care for boarders, foster cats and to alleviate some of our volunteer's adminwork.
Geraldton Dog Rescue
ABN 60473288516
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We rescue locally impounded dogs that have not been claimed. we provide care for these dogs and find suitable permanent homes for them. We promote public awareness on dog ownership.
Homeless And Abused Animal Rescue Team Association
ABN 61836601234
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We rehome unwanted pets from surrenders We assist with sterilisation and rehome kittens/puppiesEducate the public about sterilisation and microchipping
Great Southern Animal Protection
ABN 33851520255
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Great Southern Animal Protection Inc. provided support to animals and animal owners around the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
West Coast Maremma And Livestock Guardian Rescue
ABN 30584842818
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We operated a breed specific Dog Rescue in WA providing a safe and knowledgeable environment to Maremma Sheepdogs needing refuge. We provided Veterinary care and completed necessary veterinary work. We assessed and rehabilitated dogs exposing them to stock/chickens and other stimuli before rehoming to suitable, loving environments that would meet the needs of each individual dog ensuring a successful rehoming. We educated on the responsible breeding, purchasing and ownership of a Livestock Guardian BreedWe were a resource to the general public on breed traits and training
Bunbury Rescue And Rehome
ABN 80468979087
Endorsed DGR Item 1
BARRC adopted 160 dogs during this financial year, in addition to this we transferred and assisted 50 dogs to other rescue group to ensure they remained safe. We conducted education for the community via social media as well free education sessions in the community. All this has only been possible through committed relationships with the local shire, RSPCA, other rescues and our wonderful volunteers.
Greener Pastures Santuary
We operate a farm animal sanctuary in Waroona, Western Australia. There we rescue,rehabilitate and rehome injured, abused, abandoned and orphaned farm animals.
Frequently asked questions

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Why should I donate to support domesticated animal welfare causes?

There are many reasons to donate to support domesticated animal welfare causes. One reason is that it helps improve the lives of animals who are often kept in poor conditions and/or mistreated. Another reason is that it can help reduce the number of animals in shelters or rescue organizations, which allows them to focus on finding homes for those animals rather than caring for a high volume of them. Finally, donating to these causes can also raise awareness about animal welfare and inspire others to do the same.

Why do domesticated animal welfare-focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

The main reason domesticated animal welfare-focused charities and nonprofits need funds is to cover the costs of their shelters and operations. These organizations often rely on donations to keep their doors open and help as many animals as possible. Other common expenses include food, medical care, spaying and neutering, and education and awareness programs.

What are some ways donations are used to support domesticated animal welfare?

There are a number of ways that donations can be used to support the welfare of domesticated animals. Some common examples include providing funding for food and shelter, veterinary care, and public education initiatives. Additionally, donations can also be used to support research and development efforts aimed at improving the welfare of domesticated animals.

How do I know my donation is going to help domesticated animal welfare?

There is no one definitive answer to this question - it depends on which organization you donate to and how they use their donations. However, most reputable organizations will be transparent about how they use their donations and what kind of impact they are having. You can research an organization before donating to them to see what kind of work they do and how effective they are.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on domesticated animal welfare, aside from donations?

There are a few different ways you can support charities and nonprofits that focus on domesticated animal welfare, aside from donations. One way is to volunteer your time at one of these organizations. This could involve walking dogs, socializing cats, cleaning cages/kennels, or even fundraising. Another way to support these types of organizations is to simply spread the word about their good work - tell your friends, family, and co-workers about the great things they do and why you support them. Finally, you can also look into donating supplies like food, beds/crates/kennels, toys, or anything else that might be helpful to them.

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