Animal Humane New Mexico
The mission of Animal Humane New Mexico is to improve the lives of companion animals through sheltering, adoption, community education, providing quality veterinary services to families in need and programs that reduce pet overpopulation. In 2015, Animal Humane found loving, forever homes for 4,055 pets. For the sixth year in a row, Animal Humane re-homed 100% of the healthy pets in their care! In addition, they achieved a 91% Live Release Rate in 2015 as well as the following notable achievements: saved 1,688 pets from 15 overcrowded shelters through Project Fetch, conducted 4,941 spay/neuter surgeries at their Donor-subsidized Veterinary Clinic, provided free help to 915 families through their Behavior Helpline, reached 6,861 students and teachers at schools through 9,679 hours of humane education, distributed 152,608 pounds of pet food through their Pet Food Bank; a 46% increase over 2014 and worked with 279 families who fostered 1,323 pets for their shelter; 85% of them puppies and kittens.