We are often asked why groups do not join together and it brought to mind an article from many years ago. The following is adapted from that article by the Animals’ Agenda. We and most other groups support the view that, in terms of speedy progress in accomplishing goals of eliminating animal cruelty, a cooperative… Read more »
Helping the Animals,
Making a Difference
What do we do?
Niagara Action for Animals’ mission is to advocate for all animals through education and community outreach. We envision a compassionate society that respects the innate worth of all animals.
Young Adult - Female Spayed/Neutered Current on vaccinations Special Needs- FELV+
June was born in a feral colony and spent the first few months of her life living on the streets. Unfortunately, June tested positive for Feline Leukemia (FeLV), despite exhibiting no signs of illness. Feline leukemia is not an automatic death sentence; there are many variables that determine how FeLV will affect a particular cat. June is an otherwise healthy sweet girl who loves attention and being petted. Given her FeLV+ status, June must live indoors AND she must be the only cat in the household or live with other FeLV+ cats (or non-feline pets). June is spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on vaccinations.
In 2016, approximately 770 million farmed animals were killed in Canada for food. (Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, 2016)
In 2016, approximately 4 million animals were used in Canada for research, teaching, and testing. (Canadian Council on Animal Care, 2016)
Each year in Canada, over 3 million animals, including fox and mink, are raised on fur farms or trapped in the wild and killed for their pelts. (Statistics Canada, 2015)
1 in 5 cats and 1 in 8 dogs that enter shelters in Canada are euthanized. (Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, 2015)