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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


  • Families Helped
    Families Helped


  • Lbs Food Distributed
    Lbs Food Distributed


  • Cans Food Distributed
    Cans Food Distributed


News & Announcements

Cat aggression is a serious problem that can result in injury to other animals and people, as well as cause disease. The following causes and solutions are a starting point for addressing aggression. A cat with inappropriate behavior should always see a vet for a health check. Should your cat receive a clean bill of health, please consider contacting a cat behavior consultant. Many behavior modification techniques have detrimental effects if misapplied. A qualified professional will take a complete behavior history, develop an intervention plan customized for your cat, and guide you through its implementation. Lack of Socialization: Adult cats …

Collections of animal stories have been around for years. And I enjoy everyone that I read. Daisy to the Rescue by Jeff Campbell is no exception. What makes this collection one which you should seek out are the numerous ways in which it is unique. On my shelves are collections of stories of our companion pets such as dogs, cats, and horses. Daisy to the Rescue makes a unique addition, because of its diversity in the animals featured. For example, Campbell recounts the story of Dory, the first rabbit to scent diabetes. The forty-two-year-old husband had slipped into a coma. …

Today Lincoln Pet Culture is honored to bring a special interview to its readers. My therapy cat Rainy sat down to do an online interview with Norway, who started learning tricks as a kitten. Norway likes to do tricks at …

A cat’s first few days in a new home are often stressful for it but exciting for any children in that home. Balance your child’s enthusiasm for spending time with your cat with your cat’s need to acclimate to their new home by allowing your cat to explore your home without your child present. Then ask your child to allow your cat to approach without paying attention to them or forcing attention on them. When your cat safely interacts with your child, reinforce with treats or toys. Observe Your Cat’s Body Language Teach your child how to read your cat’s …