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Best Friends Magazine

Magazine • A feel-good read focused on animal rescue. 

Just one of the thousands of rescue animals featured in Best Friends magazine.

Pet lovers, animal rescuers, shelter volunteers, and animal advocates will enjoy reading Best Friends magazine. The bi-monthly read is packed with happy rescue tales, unique animal stories, as well as helpful tips and advice from people working to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome animals. 

Who’s behind it?

Best Friends Animal Society, a non-profit organisation located in Utah, USA.

How much is it?

Past issues of Best Friends magazine can be read here for free. They have issues as far back as 2015. Making a minimum donation of 25 USD will automatically give you a one-year subscription (consisting of six issues) to this uplifting magazine.

*Please note these rates are based on currency conversions at the time of writing this post and may fluctuate.

How does it help me right now?

There’s power in positivity. Best Friends Animal Society believes in this by sharing good news about homeless animals and the work people do to protect them. They encourage magazine recipients to share, lend, or give away their copies once they’re done reading them, so that more people can learn about animal rescue and get into this worthy cause.

Where can I get it?

Check out past digital issues here. Learn more about Best Friends magazine here.


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