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How to save the most animals on the planet

When the world’s greatest animal shelter opened in 2012, it was only the latest in a string of successes.

Its mission was to help thousands of abandoned and neglected animals.

The facility is now part of the Aspen Zoo in Colorado.

The Aspen Zoological Center, located in Denver, has more than 1,000 animals, including an estimated 6,000 bears and 6,500 wolves.

It’s the only zoo in the U.S. with more than 20,000 wolves.

The facility has rescued about 100,000 to 140,000 unwanted animals in its history, and more than $5 million in funding from federal and state governments.

Aspen Zoo has more of its own animals than anywhere else in the country.

In addition to the wild animals, the facility has adopted more than 2,000 dogs and cats from across the country, including those rescued from the U-M campus in 2012.

More than a quarter of the animals housed at Aspen are now in foster care.

The zoo is part of a growing trend that’s led to increased adoption.

As we’re getting into the new year, there are a lot of new initiatives in place that are addressing the animal crisis in America.

In addition to our rescue and adoption programs, we’re launching our new partnership with the ASPCA to expand its adoption services to more states, and partnering with other nonprofit groups to provide the same assistance to animals.

And we’re looking to help more people adopt animals, by getting them to Aspen and taking care of them in the long term.

We are a part of an animal rescue group called the ASPCC.

This group rescues and provides services for animals in need, and has trained thousands of people to help animals.

We’re now taking advantage of that expertise and creating a program called The Aspen Promise.

We’re hoping that, with the Aspens new partnership, we can help to make it easier for people to adopt animals.

In addition, we’ve launched a website that will give people the ability to track the animals they adopt.

So people can find out how to find an animal, where to find the animal, and what they need to do.