Founded in 1979, The Baldwin County Humane Society (BARC!) was Baldwin County, Alabama's first animal advocacy group. There were no other shelters or rescue groups in the county at that time. Since then, multiple animal welfare groups have been formed in many of Baldwin's towns and cities, but BARC! remains the only county-wide animal rescue resource.
To find out more about the Baldwin County Humane Society's initiatives, goals, and work with law enforcement on behalf of abused animals or to read adoption stories, please visit their website here: BaldwinHumane.org
The UAA is a 501( c) that goes into schools and organizes entertainment events in inner cities to reach out to young people in an attempt to put an end to dog fighting. “The reality we face today: dog fighting and other inner-city animal abuses are at higher levels than ever before -- a problem that affects both animals and humans alike.