If you see something happen to an animal that you suspect isn’t right, give us a call. Our Animal Cruelty Hotline takes your calls 12 months a year, offering assistance, information, and referrals. Confidentially. But we go further than just answering the phone.

We cultivate positive relationships with animal control officers, law enforcement, and our communities so that problems are more easily solved.

We offer rewards related to especially egregious animal cruelty cases to aid in finding and prosecuting offenders.

And we use the information gathered through the Hotline to help us identify and address the biggest areas of need for animals in our state.

We are committed to providing a safe place where you can seek help if you witness an animal in distress or danger, or if you need help reporting cruelty to the authorities. But this vital program depends on your support.