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our mission

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

    3175

  • Families Helped
    Families Helped

    3630

  • Lbs Food Distributed
    Lbs Food Distributed

    461232

  • Cans Food Distributed
    Cans Food Distributed

    117477

News & Announcements

In 2018, the Beatrice Humane Society operated with an amazing 94.1% live release rate. The shelter took in 856 dogs and cats from Gage County; 810 of them were placed in new homes through the help of local and regional …

The circumstances of life can sometimes inspire an unexpected choice. After Stacy LeBaron moved to Vermont, she wanted to continue to be involved with community cat programs, but “living in rural Vermont made it hard to get involved with another …

Our family had a quiet Christmas with a focus on cats. Prior to Christmas, we bought a pet-friendly tree and I participated in a Secret Paws gift exchange with other cat bloggers. On Christmas Day itself, the cats and I …

Dr. Jody Jones had a big interest in medicine but couldn’t imagine herself touching people for an exam. “I thought back as a kid what I enjoyed and being around animals always made me happy,” said Dr. Jones, who is originally from Sargent, Nebraska. She attended UNL, earning her bachelor’s degree in animal science, then graduated from Kansas State where she received her doctorate in veterinary medicine. Dr. Jones began her career as a veterinarian in 2002 at a mixed animal practice in Iowa before moving back to Nebraska in 2005, where she has developed a special interest in animal …