Pet Resources

The Animals’ Agenda: Helping People Help Animals ($24/yr., 6
issues, from Subscription Dept., Box 3083, Langhorne, PA
19047-9183). A provocative bimonthly magazine dedicated to
informing people about animal rights issues.

Gifts That Save the Animals: 1001 Great Gifts Sold by
Nonprofits That Protect Animals by Ellen Berry (Foxglove
Publishing, 1995, $9.95 softcover). A handy book full of gifts
ranging from American Cetacean Society tie tacks (whales and
dolphins) to myriad adopt-an-animal programs to leggings from, of
all things, United Poultry Concerns.

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
(424 E. 92nd St., New York, NY 10128; 212/876-7700). The ASPCA was
founded to alleviate fear, pain, and suffering in the animal world.
Its activities include pet adoptions, shelters, companion animal
services, and promotion of humane-law enforcement and

Feminists for Animal Rights (Box 694, Cathedral Station,
New York, NY 10025-0694; 212/866-6422). FAR was formed to abolish
abuse against women and animals by promoting ecofeminism,
education, and vegetarianism.

The Fund for Animals (200 W. 57th St., New York, NY
10019; 212/246-2096). A national anti-cruelty society that works to
protect all animals, wild and domestic.

National Anti-Vivisection Society (53 W. Jackson, Suite
1552, Chicago, IL 60604; 312/427-6065). This group works to educate
the public about the controversial practice of animal

Pet Loss Support. Grieving the loss of a pet? Write for
information on group meetings in your area: Human-Animal Program,
School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, CA

In-depth coverage of eye-opening issues that affect your life.