United Animal Nations (UAN) brings animals out of crisis and into care through a variety of programs, including emergency sheltering, financial assistance grants for urgent vet care and other services, equine rescue and humane education. Through its volunteer-driven Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS), UAN shelters and rescues animals displaced during disasters across the United States and Canada. In 2005, 435 EARS volunteers cared for more than 2,100 animal victims of Hurricane Katrina and later, Hurricane Rita at six locations in three states. In June 2008, UAN deployed to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to care for nearly 900 animals displaced by historic flooding there. UAN's LifeLine Grant Program helps pet owners, rescue groups, Good Samaritans, non-profit organizations and others obtain urge

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  • United Animal Nations (UAN) brings animals out of crisis and into care through a variety of programs, including emergency sheltering, financial assistance grants for urgent vet care and other services, equine rescue and humane education. Through its volunteer-driven Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS), UAN shelters and rescues animals displaced during disasters across the United States and Canada. In 2005, 435 EARS volunteers cared for more than 2,100 animal victims of Hurricane Katrina and later, Hurricane Rita at six locations in three states. In June 2008, UAN deployed to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to care for nearly 900 animals displaced by historic flooding there. UAN's LifeLine Grant Program helps pet owners, rescue groups, Good Samaritans, non-profit organizations and others obtain urgent veterinary care for animals in life-threatening situations. UAN was founded in Sacramento, California in 1987 and is not affiliated with United Animal Nations (International) based in Switzerland. (en)
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  • United Animal Nations (UAN) brings animals out of crisis and into care through a variety of programs, including emergency sheltering, financial assistance grants for urgent vet care and other services, equine rescue and humane education. Through its volunteer-driven Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS), UAN shelters and rescues animals displaced during disasters across the United States and Canada. In 2005, 435 EARS volunteers cared for more than 2,100 animal victims of Hurricane Katrina and later, Hurricane Rita at six locations in three states. In June 2008, UAN deployed to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to care for nearly 900 animals displaced by historic flooding there. UAN's LifeLine Grant Program helps pet owners, rescue groups, Good Samaritans, non-profit organizations and others obtain urge (en)
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