Joining Together to Save Lives
More than 250,000 dogs and cats across the nation are waiting for adoption as shelters and rescues continue to see more animals entering than leaving the shelter system.
Berkeley Humane joins animal welfare advocates, shelters, and rescues in launching Share the Care, a campaign highlighting the powerful impact people can have on homeless animals in their community through even the smallest acts of kindness.
The Share the Care campaign illustrates the critical role the community plays in creating positive outcomes for companion animals. Opportunities like adopting, fostering, volunteering, donating, or even sharing adoptable animals on social media can help give shelter animals a second chance at a wonderful life.
YOU can help these shelter dogs and cats, and be a part of the solution to this existential crisis!
#1: Adopt a Shelter Pet
Puppies, kittens, dogs and cats looking for loving homes!
#2: Volunteer & Foster
Whether you have extra time to volunteer at our shelter, or extra space to foster a shelter animal, we need you! Get involved at Berkeley Humane to help shelter dogs and cats.
As a private, non-profit organization, we do not receive funding from national groups or the government. We rely on grants and the generosity of our community members to fund and sustain our efforts. Please consider making a lifesaving donation that will immediately improve the life of a shelter animal in need.
Other Ways to #SharetheCare
Share the Care is a campaign developed by more than 100 animal welfare organizations joining together to create national awareness of the need for people to join the lifesaving efforts of animal shelters in their community. Share the Care is about lifesaving together – government, community, and nonprofit working collaboratively to support homeless pets.
about berkeley humane
Berkeley Humane has been saving the lives of companion animals for over a century. As a private, non-profit organization, we do not receive funding from the government. We rely on grants and the generosity of our community members to sustain our lifesaving efforts.