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Lincoln Animal Ambassadors is addressing the root causes of animal homelessness in Lincoln and the surrounding area.

Lincoln Animal Ambassadors assists pets and their people through a voucher-based low cost spay/neuter program, a temporary assistance pet food bank, a low-cost vaccination clinic, and teaching people about being responsible pet guardians at community events.

  • Animals Spayed/Neutered
    Animals Spayed/Neutered

    3443

  • Families Helped
    Families Helped

    3630

  • Lbs Food Distributed
    Lbs Food Distributed

    461232

  • Cans Food Distributed
    Cans Food Distributed

    117477

News & Announcements

When my love of writing and my love of animals inspired me to start a pet education blog in 2014, I had no idea of how that choice would change my life. Blogging for Lincoln Animal Ambassadors made me aware …

Incredibull Stella by Marika Meeks and Elizabeth Ridley is the true story of how a family rescued a pit bull and in turn were themselves saved by her. At age 40, Marika received the stunning news that she had stage three breast cancer and only 61% chance of survival. Into her life came Stella, who not only gave Marika purpose but also helped repair her broken family. Told in first person, this fast-moving narrative reinforced three life lessons for me. The first lesson is that you never know where life will take you. Although she had been plagued by a …

From the Brave Animal Rescue website: “Founded in 2020 by a group of animal advocates in Lincoln, Nebraska, Brave Animal Rescue (BAR)  is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) volunteer-based animal welfare organization dedicated to rescuing homeless kittens, cats, dogs, and puppies. By …

As you prepare for the celebration of Thanksgiving and Christmas, it’s important to keep in mind that the holiday season can present risks our furry companions. Below are tips to keep them safe. Keep your pets out of the kitchen during festive occasions, as it’s too easy for pets to get into trouble while you’re busy with cooking tasks and visitors. Grease or hot dishes can get spilled on pets that get underfoot, resulting in potentially serious burns. Pets can ingest fallen food scraps or pills that are toxic to them. Aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and food packaging can smell …