WHO WE ARE.
Celebrating the human/animal connection.
A compassionate, humane community for our animals.
Making second chances possible through the human/animal connection.
The Animal Protection League is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Founded in 2003: Our goal was to raise awareness concerning animal care and cruelty. Over the years, we have introduced programs educating the public on the humane treatment of animals, responsible care-giving and the importance of the human/animal connection; the reciprocal bond that exists between humans and animals.
On April 1, 2011: The APL entered a partnership with the City of Anderson to manage the operations of its animal shelter. Using the resources available to us, our staff and volunteers strive every day to find loving and lifelong adopters for the homeless cats and dogs in our community.
As a collective, we are:
Protecting and helping unwanted animals
Educating and raising awareness to animal care and treatment
Developing low-cost spay and neuter programs
Fighting against animal abuse
Supporting programs, including FIDO Prison Program, 9 Lives Cat Prison Program, The Cat Sanctuary, FORWARD Prison Program, and Saving Max
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613 Dewey Street, Anderson, Indiana 46016