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Success Stories: Winter Rescues

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One of the unfortunate casualties of the stalled national economy is the fact that cats and dogs are often relinquished to animal rescue organizations.

Given that South Dakota leads the nation in the percentage of Native Americans living below the poverty line (48 percent), our Program Partners have their work cut out for them.

Andrea, our Program Partner with the Oglala Pet Project (OPP), recognizes that some families have to make hard choices in this economy. She is ready to give the animals all the care that they may have otherwise lacked.

Learn more about the challenges in rescuing animals on Native American reservations...

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You could win your pet a spot in the 2015 ROAR Calendar! Just set up a personal web page in a few simple steps, featuring your pet! And receive a special gift just for creating the page!

American Indian reservations often face the issue of homeless animals without the resources to manage it. When we see innocent animals suffering unnecessarily, we don't want to just speak out ... we want to ROAR. Add your voice!

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