Vote for Your Favorite ASPCA Moment Captured in 2017

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Vote for Your Favorite ASPCA Moment Captured in 2017

Day after day, year after year, the ASPCA continues to rescue, protect and find loving homes for thousands of animals in need. In nearly every part of the country, you can find our team members. Whether they are rescuing victims of cruelty, fighting for stronger animal protection laws, fostering adoptions or assisting those affected by tragedy—their dedication knows no bounds. And with the help of our incredible photographers, we are able to show you first hand, the work that we do every day with your support behind us

Between natural disasters, unique medical cases and heartwarming happy endings, 2017 proved to be a banner year for thousands of animals. In honor of all that we accomplished together, we want your help choosing the best photo of the year. Cast your vote!


1. Chispi

Chispi is a beloved pet who was born without her front two legs. Though she was living in a happy home, the small Chihuahua struggled with mobility in day-to-day life. Through our Community Medicine Team, we were able to help get Chispi a custom wheelie vest—a device that not only changed Chispi’s life, but the life of her family as well.
 


2. St. Croix Kitten

At an ASPCA emergency shelter, our team spent months sheltering and caring for over 600 animals left behind in the devastation of Hurricane Maria on the island of St. Croix. Small, helpless kittens were among the many animals whom we found on the damaged island in need of our assistance.
 


3. Goofy Juice

Goofy, lovable Juice was found abandoned on a construction lot. He then spent months at the ASPCA Adoption Center, struggling to get noticed by adopters. Fortunately, a young man decided to take a chance on this misunderstood pit bull—a decision that changed both of their lives for the better. Juice is now a beloved pet and an ambassador for his breed.
 


4. Little Lee

Little Lee was born with front legs that awkwardly bowed out, and extra toes on his back feet. After he was transferred from a local shelter, the veterinarians at the ASPCA Kitten Nursery worked tirelessly to help correct the young kitten’s front legs with small splints—and it worked! Thanks to their hard work, Lee can now live a normal, healthy life—extra toes and all!

Day after day, year after year, the ASPCA continues to rescue, protect and find loving homes for thousands of animals in need. In nearly every part of the country, you can find our team members. Whether they are rescuing victims of cruelty, fighting for stronger animal protection laws, fostering adoptions or assisting those affected by tragedy—their dedication knows no bounds. And with the help of our incredible photographers, we are able to show you first hand, the work that we do every day with your support behind us

Between natural disasters, unique medical cases and heartwarming happy endings, 2017 proved to be a banner year for thousands of animals. In honor of all that we accomplished together, we want your help choosing the best photo of the year. Cast your vote!


1. Chispi

Chispi is a beloved pet who was born without her front two legs. Though she was living in a happy home, the small Chihuahua struggled with mobility in day-to-day life. Through our Community Medicine Team, we were able to help get Chispi a custom wheelie vest—a device that not only changed Chispi’s life, but the life of her family as well.


2. St. Croix Kitten

At an ASPCA emergency shelter, our team spent months sheltering and caring for over 600 animals left behind in the devastation of Hurricane Maria on the island of St. Croix. Small, helpless kittens were among the many animals whom we found on the damaged island in need of our assistance.



3. Goofy Juice

Goofy, lovable Juice was found abandoned on a construction lot. He then spent months at the ASPCA Adoption Center, struggling to get noticed by adopters. Fortunately, a young man decided to take a chance on this misunderstood pit bull—a decision that changed both of their lives for the better. Juice is now a beloved pet and an ambassador for his breed.


4. Little Lee

Little Lee was born with front legs that awkwardly bowed out, and extra toes on his back feet. After he was transferred from a local shelter, the veterinarians at the ASPCA Kitten Nursery worked tirelessly to help correct the young kitten’s front legs with small splints—and it worked! Thanks to their hard work, Lee can now live a normal, healthy life—extra toes and all!


Day after day, year after year, the ASPCA continues to rescue, protect and find loving homes for thousands of animals in need. In nearly every part of the country, you can find our team members. Whether they are rescuing victims of cruelty, fighting for stronger animal protection laws, fostering adoptions or assisting those affected by tragedy—their dedication knows no bounds. And with the help of our incredible photographers, we are able to show you first hand, the work that we do every day with your support behind us

Between natural disasters, unique medical cases and heartwarming happy endings, 2017 proved to be a banner year for thousands of animals. In honor of all that we accomplished together, we want your help choosing the best photo of the year. Cast your vote!


1. Chispi

Chispi is a beloved pet who was born without her front two legs. Though she was living in a happy home, the small Chihuahua struggled with mobility in day-to-day life. Through our Community Medicine Team, we were able to help get Chispi a custom wheelie vest—a device that not only changed Chispi’s life, but the life of her family as well.


2. St. Croix Kitten

At an ASPCA emergency shelter, our team spent months sheltering and caring for over 600 animals left behind in the devastation of Hurricane Maria on the island of St. Croix. Small, helpless kittens were among the many animals whom we found on the damaged island in need of our assistance.



3. Goofy Juice

Goofy, lovable Juice was found abandoned on a construction lot. He then spent months at the ASPCA Adoption Center, struggling to get noticed by adopters. Fortunately, a young man decided to take a chance on this misunderstood pit bull—a decision that changed both of their lives for the better. Juice is now a beloved pet and an ambassador for his breed.


4. Little Lee

Little Lee was born with front legs that awkwardly bowed out, and extra toes on his back feet. After he was transferred from a local shelter, the veterinarians at the ASPCA Kitten Nursery worked tirelessly to help correct the young kitten’s front legs with small splints—and it worked! Thanks to their hard work, Lee can now live a normal, healthy life—extra toes and all!


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