Center for Animal Protection & Education
CAPE rescues dogs and other animals who are old, sick, or injured and have no other options of a safe place to go. Since 1992, CAPE has helped thousands of animals.
Animal Film Festival
The 6th annual Animal Film Festival will be held in 2019. .Click here here for more information!
CAPE Compassion Award
The American Wild Horse Campaign along with its staff Suzanne Roy, Deniz Bolbol and Grace Kuhn will receive the 2018 CAPE Compassion Award. The award and a short video about their work will be presented during the Morning Session of the 5th Animal Film Festival. Congratulations to the AWHC and we wish you luck and success in your work for America's wild horses and burros!
Click here to see the most recent Ruff & Ready Rescues in the photos below!
Humphrey has been ADOPTED!
Lana has been ADOPTED!
Artist Tracy Ely created these earrings to raise funds for CAPE's equine rescue program. They are 8mm plum faceted crystals on silver chain strands, approximate length: 1.75". Click the purple button to order! Makes a GREAT gift!
CAPE is a non-profit animal protection organization. Our programs work to save the lives of individual animals and to educate people about ways they can alleviate animal suffering.
P.O. Box 3032
Grass Valley, CA 95945
“Until we extend our circle of compassion to all living things, humanity will not find peace."
~Dr. Albert Schweitzer