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A NOTE OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO OUR READERS


Over the years, our Watchdog Report on Animal Protection Charities has guided many readers on how to distribute their animal support dollars.

 

The Watchdog Report on Animal Protection Charities, issued as a supplemental publication to assist animal protection donors, restates the financial data pertaining to leading animal-related charities as originally published in our annual "Who gets the money?" feature, and adds succinct factual summaries of the program activities of each organization, any controversies associated with program activities, any controversies associated with organization policies, and any controversies pertaining to how the organization is run. For example, our own entry reads: 

ANIMAL PEOPLE

POB 960, Clinton, WA 98236; 360-579-2505; fax 360-579-2575

Email: anmlpepl@whidbey.com

Main site: http://www.animalpeoplenews.org

Please contact our head office for information about the latest issue of The Watchdog Report, or simply put an order through by clicking on the links below. Thank you.


ABOUT THE PUBLISHER
Major programs: Publishes the ANIMAL PEOPLE newspaper 10 times a year; maintains the largest online information archives in the animal protection field; and monitors the accountability of animal protection organizations worldwide on an ongoing basis, both as regards financial affairs and claims of accomplishment. Several years of increasing attention to humane work in developing nations has coincided with the rapid rise of humane concern in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. ANIMAL PEOPLE provides a complimentary subscription to every animal agency or charity in the world (more than 8,000 total). ANIMAL PEOPLE also provides complimentary subscriptions to media, legislators, schools and libraries on request.

Program issues: Among many other "firsts" which are now broadly accepted themes in animal activism, ANIMAL PEOPLE was ahead of all U.S. national advocacy groups in promoting the use of neuter/return to reduce feral cat numbers (1992); exposing the prolonged confinement of mares and sale of foals to slaughter in connection with making the estrogen supplement Premarin (1993); and in editorially encouraging no-kill sheltering (1993).

 

Policy issues: Emphasis on accountability and public debate of policy issues alienates established organizations.

 

Administrative issues: ANIMAL PEOPLE takes on a mission much greater than fiscal base seems to warrant, with a staff of just two fulltime and two part-time people--but has stayed alive and on schedule for nearly 10 years, continually expanding global outreach and news coverage.


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