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Friends of Animal Compassion

For additional resources and information regarding feral cats and abandoned companion animals, please check out some of our friends' sites.

Angel Come Home

The Angel Come Home novel earns funds for Animal Compassion Project Inc. The book is a wonderful and compassionate story with a Happy Ending. It can be purchased at most Walgreens stores. Call 239-593-1889 for the store nearest you. When ordering on the website: remember to indicate that Animal Compassion Project is to receive the profit from your order.

Alley Cat Allies

Angel Come Home
Best Friends Animal Society - FIV Information

Cornell Feline Health Center - Feline Leukemia
Against Declawing
Florida Animal Friend
For the Love of Cats
Volunteer Services for Animals

Animal Compassion Success Stories

Meet Tripod

Hi, my name is Tripod. I was living on the streets in the Brookside area of Naples, where a nice lady named Andrea would feed me. One day, I broke my leg, which was very painful. I suffered with my broken leg for many weeks. Andrea knew I needed help, so she called Animal Compassion Project. They arranged for me to go to the veterinarian to get my leg fixed. The pin they placed in my leg did not work because of the damage, so I had to have my leg amputated. I now live with other cats at ACPI's sanctuary and I don't have to worry about getting hurt again. Life is good!
We have exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our tax ID number is 03-0409650. Our Florida registration number is CH 16980. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll free 800-435-7352 within the state or by contacting Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.