- Gertrude Maxwell is the recipient of over 150 awards.
- She was one of the most outspoken defenders.
- She offered humane answers to pet overpopulation.
Maxwell appeared in numerous television stories and commercials aired on: AP, CNBC, CNN, FOOD, COOKING, FOXN, HISTORY, LIFE, NICK, MSNBC, A&E, HEADLINE NEWS, TWC (weather channel) and DISCOVERY CHANNEL.
Over 80,000 homeless pets saved
Founder Gertrude Maxwell
Humane answer to overpopulation
Keeping the public aware
As of Aug. 28, 1972, she was a pioneer in founding Save A Pet. Maxwell passed away on Jan. 18, 2011, at the age of 99. Since 1972, she and Save A Pet organizations have saved over 80,000 homeless dogs and cats.
Interested in being a volunteer? You'll find there are many positions that you can take in order to help homeless dogs and cats. From fundraising, to fostering, to cleaning cages and everything in between we can certainly find something you can help with! Call us today!
Join in with Save A Pet to help solve the problem of pet overpopulation, and care for unwanted pets.
In 1972, Gertrude Maxwell was horrified when she learned that every month over 90,000 animals were destroyed in the United States. Strays were being scooped up, and after five days or less, they were euthanized.