Joining The Pup Crawl and supporting Citizens for Sheltered Animals is easy – and illuminating. Just follow the link below and purchase The Pup Crawl Lights-Up Leash, the world’s first fully illuminated dog leash designed to help shelter and rescue pets.
Oprah Magazine says this illuminated leash is "just great!"
We think so, too. For each illuminated leash that you purchase through the link below, we’ll receive $3 for the pets in our care.Make your pooch visible from a quarter of a mile away in the dark and help brighten the lives of rescue animals – no wonder Oprah loves it!
Citizens for Sheltered Animals, Inc (CSA) is grass roots, non-profit animal rescue organization that works towards reducing the number of cats and dogs placed in animal shelters, while increasing the numbers of animals adopted into loving homes. We strive to stop neglect, ignorance, and animal abuse that happens everyday, along with the amount of euthanized pets dropped off at local pounds. We are aimed at keeping the public aware of its responsibilities to its animals and how to make smart decisions with their pets. Along with the community, volunteers, and working alongside shelter employees, we can continue making a difference in these animals’ lives.
Over the last twenty years, Citizens for Sheltered Animals has saved the lives of more than 5,500 dogs and cats, along with baby possums and squirrels. We have also helped over 8,000 pet owners with topics such as adoption, lost animals, found animals, and many pet questions along with important information about animal programs and services available to the public. We will continue to rescue these beloved animals and save them, one life at a time.
We hope you’ll light up the night to show your support for rescue and shelter pets.
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Citizens for Sheltered Animals (CSA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization. In 1987, Rick Kerr of Santa Clarita, CA discovered that over 8 million healthy animals were being killed in animal shelters every year and decided he wanted to do something to reduce those numbers. CSA has saved over 5,000 dogs and cats and helped over 10,000 pet owners solve problems.
Does the senseless killing of over 8 million healthy dogs and cats in this country seem unacceptable to you? Join our search for a better solution.