This site at a glance

Welcome to Animal Aid International's new site! The site will be under construction for a while as we transition to the new format and gradually add more content. Our featured post will always be pinned to the top of the page, directly below this text. That is the fundraiser most in need of support. In the menu on the right you can click to learn a little more about AAI and can navigate to stories of animals we have helped. Please note at this time only fundraisers for 2016 and 2017 are fully loaded and we will be slowly adding more stories from previous years. Thank you for your support of our work!

Featured post

2017 - Dec 17 - Tezeya

Friends, Meet Tezeya. This poor sweetie was homeless in Bulgaria, most likely for all her life. She, unfortunately, was hit by a car and...

Saturday, December 24, 2016

2016 - Dec 24 - Elena


Meet tiny Elena. She was rescued from the streets of Bulgaria with an injured paw. We don't know what has caused this injury but one of Elena's front legs was bent and she was unable to put weight on it and was simply dragging it. This, as you can imagine, was the source of pain and additional wounds. Thankfully kind people found Elena and brought her to the attention of the rescuers and they couldn't leave her on the streets like this. Elena has already started on the road to recovery and needs our help in funding her treatment: surgery, a brace, and extensive rehabilitation. Let's together give a chance to Elena to use her leg again! Donate here:

Monday, December 12, 2016

Happy 5th birthday to AAI!

Today marks 5 years since Animal Aid International began operations as a tiny 501(c)3 non-profit! It has been a journey more powerful, emotional, humbling, and inspiring than we could have ever imagined. There have been ups and downs for sure. Through it all, thanks to the help of our donors and supporters, we have been able to make a difference in the lives of SO MANY animals in need! Thank you for making this possible, words can never express our gratitude. We hope you will remain with us on the journey of rescue for many more years to come!