In one sentence A.L.O.P. is an animal protection organization started by people to help protect animals with last chance shelter ranches around the world and to inform people about animals rights, fun stuff, and news.

Our goal?

We feel there is not much one person can do to help in the full spectrum of animal abuse. A.L.O.P. wants to bring people together to help animals. The more people, the more we can do to help spread the knowledge and help for animals in need.

How will we reach our goal?

The time line for A.L.O.P. is as broad as what’s needed for such a large achievement in society. The challenge is huge and the resources for beating such a large opponent are scarce. With this said we are still completely confident that we will prevail and animals will be protected as they should at one point in time. We have already set up three shelters around the world all costing 20-60k each. Thanks to donations and our personal contributions thousands of animals can survive after losing their homes. You can help us set up new ranches and save more animals lives by donation, every cent of your money will save animals lives: Donate

1. Link to A.L.O.P. from your website: Any link is fine, from banners to a simple text link it will help the awareness needed to achieve our goals.

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Text Links are another great way to help ALOP.org

Animal Life Organized Protection
The A.L.O.P. project is a organization of people working together to help abused and homeless animals around the world.

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The A.L.O.P. project is a organization of people working together to help abused animals around the world.</span></p>

2. Donate to help with the ranches. Any amount will help with food costs, up keep, and opening new homeless animals shelters.


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