Searchable Database to Compare Community Lifesaving
Maddie's Fund is collecting shelter data (dogs and cats only) based on the Asilomar Accords from more than 500 animal welfare organizations. (Please note that data has been provided for the entire states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Utah and is displayed as a composite for each state.) We've compiled all that data along with demographical data into a searchable database that is now available to to nonprofit agencies, government programs, private citizens and the media to compare different communities' lifesaving efforts. Search categories include Geographic Region, Median Income, Size of Human Population, Total Intake, Total Adoptions, Total Deaths, Live Release Rate, Deaths per 1000.
Please note the data presented has been provided to Maddie's Fund voluntarily by the organizations in each community using our version of the Asilomar Accords Animal Statistics Table. In many instances, community-based grant funding was provided. To learn more about our funding opportunities, click here.
If you have any questions or comments about the Comparative Database, please email us.
There are four different ways to search and compare: