ASPCA Founder's Society

Thank you for being a member of the ASPCA Founder's Society. The ASPCA works every day to save animals' lives, and we could not do it without your generosity. Each contribution to the ASPCA means aid for homeless, neglected and abused animals all over the United States. Your continued support as a Founder's Society member truly makes a difference. Have a question? You can contact [email protected]

February Founders Briefing

A Conversation with Kim Bressant-Kibwe

On Thursday, February 19th we had a special members-only conference call with Kim Bressant-Kibwe, ASPCA® Counsel, Trusts & Estates and Planned Giving, who talked to us about planning for your pet’s future.  As a responsible pet parent, it is important to think about who would care for your pet in the event you are unable to do so for any reason, including illness or even death, and to implement a plan to prevent your pet from ending up with an uncertain future.

If you missed the call don't worry! Listen to an audio recording of the conversation. For more information, visit the Planning for Your Pet's Future section of our site.


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Founder's Friends

Everyone has a special reason for adopting a four-legged family member. And we want you to share yours. To submit your story, please email your story, your name, and a photograph of your critter to: [email protected].

Submitted by ASPCA Member: Isabella

We got Lucy when she was around two years old. She is a Pit Bull mixed with Lab. She was shy of men because she was abused and mistreated. We didn't know if we could keep her because she tried to chase the cats and dig big holes in our backyard, but now she is around seven years old, and is doing great. She is very happy with her new life.

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