protecting animals in many ways
ADAC will always be there to rescue and rehome as many stray animals as possible, but they advocate for animal rights and share their message of respect in many other ways. ADAC members speak at all levels of schools from kindergarten to university, and give presentations at companies. ADAC has organized conferences and invited lawyers, rescuers, and government officials to discuss animal abuse and the laws that protect them.
ADAC regularly holds adoption fairs and invites independent rescuers and other associations to participate. At these events, you may see an exhibition of police dogs, learn a few tips from a dog trainer or get your pet vaccinated for rabies at no charge. Pet food and supplies are often available for sale and funds raised are distributed among all rescues.
The key to controlling the pet population is to spay or neuter animals. ADAC organizers many local fundraisers in order to offer free and low-cost spay and neuter clinics. Such events include lotteries, auctions, and raffles. On one occasion, we offered 10 yoga classes with cats to raise funds to spay and neuter 100 cats. This was a great benefit for shelters, low-income cat owners, and a step towards reducing the number of stray cats.
In 2019, we made 100 dog houses for homeless dogs to protect them from the elements. Everything we do is for the animals. Our goal is to make positive changes in our community and improve the quality of life for our four legged friends.
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