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All Animals: November/December 2009

Features: free vet care on Indian reservations, backyard birdfeeding tips and photos, pet rabbit matchmakers

From All Animals magazine, Novermber/December 2009

Cover story: A Mission of Hope and Healing

HSUS program brings free vet care to Indian reservations.

"Wild Things" Feature: Web Extra

View a slideshow of inhabitants of HSUS photographer Kathy Milani's backyard paradise.

Humane Living: The Thoughtful Feeder

With the right techniques and precautions, bird feeding can benefit you and your feathered friends.

Humane Living: Web Extra
Feeding Your Backyard Birds

Answers to your top questions about how and what to feed your bird neighbors

Your Pet: A More Perfect Union

Matchmakers help rabbits find that special someone.

Your Pet: Web Extra
Rabbit Care Video 

What to consider before adopting a rabbit.

View the complete Table of Contents for the November/December 2009 issue.

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From the Archives: Finding Lost Pets

Many more lost pets could be reunited with their owners, say these pet detectives, given the right tools and support. 

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All Animals, the full-color bimonthly membership magazine of The Humane Society of the United States, both entertains and informs. Each issue is full of beautiful photography and fascinating stories about animals. In All Animals, members will find updates on HSUS activities, helpful advice on caring for the animals in your life, investigative reporting, and suggestions for helping animals in need.

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