Fund for Animals

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The Fund for Animals "was founded in 1967 by prominent author and animal advocate Cleveland Amory, and for 37 years, spearheaded some of the most significant events in the history of the animal protection movement by employing hard-hitting advocacy campaigns and operating world-famous animal care facilities, such as the Black Beauty Ranch. The Fund's historic victories have saved thousands of animals from cruelty and suffering.

"In 2005, The Fund for Animals and The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) joined together to form an unprecedented partnership for animals. Since then The Fund has expanded its efforts to protect animals in the courts and provide for their veterinary, sanctuary, and rehabilitative needs at direct animal care facilities." [1]

Directors (2004)

Accessed September 2008: [2]



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  1. About, Fund for Animals, accessed September 5, 2008.
  2. 2004 Annual Report, Fund for Animals, accessed September 5, 2008.