Kinship Circle
Email List

VICK ARCHIVE: Michael Vick Dogfight Files - Action & Updates

1. ACTION: Ask NFL To Release Vick Without Pay
2. Offenders, Victims, Protestors
3. ACTION: Polls, Petitions, Feedback Forums
4. Vick Sponsors: Going, Going, Gone
5. The Vick Files: A Timeline In Cruelty
6. Timeline Of Dogfighting Events, From Federal Filing
1. ACTION: Ask NFL To Release Vick Without Pay
spacer Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner
National Football League
280 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017
ph: 212-450-2000, fax: 212-681-7599

Atlanta Falcons
4400 Falcon Parkway
Flowery Branch, GA 30542
ph: 770-965-3115, email:
Dr. Mr. Goodell and the Atlanta Falcons:

You may receive letters similar to mine. Please know these words reflect my sincere feelings about NFL star quarterback Michael Vick's alleged participation in dogfighting rings. I respectfully ask the NFL and Atlanta Falcons to promptly suspend Vick without pay and take a no-lenience stance on animal abuse.

I commend the NFL for barring Vick from training camp, in response to a federal grand jury's indictment on felony dogfighting charges. However, the NFL's reprimand is not commensurate with the crime. Vick, along with Tony Taylor of Hampton, Purnell Peace of Virginia Beach and Quanis Phillips of Atlanta, reportedly violated federal animal fighting laws and is accused of acquiring/training pit bulls to fight and operating across state lines.

Vick's indictment exposed horrific cruelty. Dogs who'd lost their "game" (ability to win fights) were "sometimes put to death by drowning, strangulation, hanging, gun shot, electrocution, or some other method." At least one dog was slammed against the ground until dead.

The killer conferred with Vick before slaughtering another defeated dog "by wetting the dog down with water and electrocuting the animal." At Vick's Virginia home officials uncovered over 50 pit bulls, along with fight tools such as a "rape stand" for forced breeding, treadmills, drugs to amplify aggression, and a bloody fight pit.

Animal fighting is associated with illegal gambling, auto theft, drug trafficking, arms smuggling, money laundering, and acts of human violence. Although illegal in 50 states, an underground network thrives. Dogs die from internal trauma, blood loss, shock, dehydration or infection. Survivors subsist with wounds on their heads, throats, shoulders and legs. Ears are bloody stubs and some faces are so lacerated dogs can hardly breathe.

Please let players and fans know celebrity never justifies illegal animal cruelty. I urge you to permanently suspend Michael Vick from the NFL.

Thank you,


2. Offenders, Victims, Protestors
Michael Vick, a Newport News native who plays football for the Atlanta Falcons, and Tony Taylor of Hampton, Purnell Peace of Virginia Beach and Quanis Phillips of Atlanta were indicted July 17 for conspiracy to travel in interstate commerce in aid of unlawful activities and to sponsor a dog in an animal-fighting venture.,0,6972667.photogallery?coll=dp-news-local- final&index=14
One of the dogs removed from Vick's property is shown at the Chesapeake animal control bureau. A spokesman for the Humane Society of the United States said on May 22 that the pit bulls at the center of the investigation likely would be euthanized once the investigation is complete.
State and Federal officials carry out coolers of evidence to a truck as they search the grounds behind the home owned by Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick in Smithfield, Va., Friday, July 6, 2007. The officials were looking for evidence in dog fighting investigation. During an April 25 drug raid at the property, authorities seized 66 dogs, including 55 pit bulls, and equipment commonly used in dogfighting. Various items such as treadmills and syringes seized could be typical of a legitimate breeding operation, which Vick is registered to have. But items like a "pry bar" used to pry apart a dog's jaws, and bloodstained carpeting have raised dog fighting suspicions. Photo: Mort Fryman, Associated Press, 4/26/07
PETA protesters carry signs and shout slogans calling for the suspension of Atlanta Falcons football player Michael Vick, outside the NFL's headquarters in New York, Friday, July 20, 2007. Vick was indicted by a federal grand jury for his alleged involvement with dogfighting. Photo: BEBETO MATTHEWS, Associated Press 7/20/07

3. ACTION: Polls, Petitions, Feedback Forums


4. Vick Sponsors: Going, Going, Gone
RAWLINGS ENDS RELATIONSHIP WITH VICK, 7/31/07 ATLANTA The sports goods company said it was ending its relationship with the Atlanta Falcons quarterback because of dogfighting conspiracy charges. "Rawlings recognizes Mr. Vick has not been convicted of the charges stemming from his recent indictment," the St. Louis company said. "However, we have determined that ending our relationship with Mr. Vick at this time is necessary." Rawlings used Vick's image in promotional displays in stores...

NIKE suspended a lucrative contract with Vick, and REEBOK stopped sales of his No. 7 jersey. UPPER DECK removed all Vick autographed memorabilia from its online store and said it was removing Vick trading cards from NFL sets... The Associated Press News Service. FULL STORY:

Rawlings joins Nike, Reebok in dropping Vick, 8/1/07 Rawlings is the latest sporting goods manufacturer to cut ties with Michael Vick as the Atlanta Falcons quarterback faces a federal dogfighting indictment. FULL STORY:,0,1700574.story?coll=dp-news-local-final

UPPER DECK PULLS VICK MEMORABILIA AND CARDS, 7/28/07 CARLSBAD, CA Upper Deck has removed all Michael Vick autographed memorabilia from its online store and will remove the indicted quarterback's trading card from NFL sets that are scheduled to be released in October. FULL STORY:

NIKE, REEBOK TAKE ACTION AGAINST VICK, 7/27/07 FLOWERY BRANCH, GA Nike suspended its lucrative contract with Michael Vick, while Reebok took the unprecedented step of stopping sales of his No. 7 jersey. Facing protests from animal-rights groups, Nike announced it was suspending Vick's endorsement deal without pay, as well as halting sales of Vick-related shoes and other products at its retail stores. Since Vick has not been convicted of any crime, Nike left open the door to resume its business relationship with the star player if he's acquitted. "We do believe Michael Vick should be afforded the same due process as any citizen in the United States," according to the statement. "Therefore, we have not terminated our relationship." FULL STORY:

Nike World Headquarters
One Bowerman Drive
Beaverton, OR 97005-6453
ph: 1-800-344-6453
Special Nike Headquarters for complaints about Michael Vick: 1-800-344-6453, option 5

Nike USA, Inc.
Consumer Services
P.O. Box 4027
Beaverton, OR 97076-4027

AIRTRAN DITCHES VICK, 6/07 In June, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that AirTran had dropped Vick as a commercial spokesman after his contract expired on May 8. The quarterback had done ads for the airline since 2004.,0,6972667.photogallery?coll=dp-news-local- final&index=18

5. The Vick Files: A Timeline In Cruelty

8/2/07: Throw Michael Vick out of the game, by Daphna Nachminovitch It's time for Michael Vick to hang up his Falcons jersey. He should be immediately suspended from the NFL and, if convicted of dogfighting, thrown in the slammer. People who abuse animals belong in prison, not on the playing field. Anyone who is capable of the heinous cruelty that is detailed in Vick's damning 18-page indictment poses a danger not only to animals but also to fellow humans... FULL STORY:
spacer 8/1/07: Government Makes a Case, Holds Dogs as Evidence. 60 Dogs Seized From Vick's Property Sheltered In County Kennels, By Michael S. Schmidt More than 60 dogs seized from Michael Vick's property are sheltered here and in kennels across several counties in southeastern Virginia. The dogs' fate remains undecided while government investigates a suspected dogfighting ring. The dogs are considered evidence and will probably be euthanized. "Officials from our organization have examined some of these dogs and they are some of the most aggressively trained pit bulls in the country," Wayne Pacelle, president and chief executive of the Humane Society of the U.S., said. "The fate of these dogs will be up to the government, but we have recommended to them, and believe, they will be put down."

A spokeswoman at the U.S. attorney's office in Richmond described the dogs as part of the investigation and would not discuss government plans for them. Vick, 27, and three others Tony Taylor, 34, of Hampton, VA; Purnell A. Peace, 35, of Virginia Beach; and Quanis L. Phillips, 28, of Atlanta pled not guilty to dogfighting related charges for the operation Bad Newz Kennels.

Tyrone W. Franklin, Surry County administrator, had to sort out where the dogs were placed. Twelve of them went to the small Surry Animal Control Pound, less than 10 miles from Vick's property. Franklin sought help from surrounding counties and shelters to take other dogs. Smith said he did not know what would become of the animals. "They are in good shape," he said. "They are not violent to humans." FULL STORY:
7/31/07: Vick's Codefendant Agrees to Plea Deal, By Michael S. Schmidt Tony Taylor, a 34 year-old from Hampton, Va., pleaded guilty here in United States District Court to charges of conspiring to travel in interstate commerce in aid of unlawful activities and to sponsoring "a dog in an animal fighting venture." Taylor, Vick and Purnell A. Peace, 35, of Virginia Beach; and Quanis L. Phillips, 28, of Atlanta, pleaded not guilty last week in the case. But as part of his deal, Taylor signed a 13-page statement that confirmed much of what the government asserted in its indictment of the men on July 17. Taylor outlined his involvement with the others in a dogfighting enterprise known as Bad Newz Kennels, according to the statement. He attested to how he scouted a property for Vick to buy in Smithfield, Va., as the base for the venture and cited numerous examples in which the group bought, trained and sponsored dogs in connection with fighting. He also said they gambled on the fights.

The 18-page indictment against the men accuses them in graphic detail of animal cruelty. During a search of Vick's property in April, 54 pit bulls were recovered, along with a so-called rape stand used to hold dogs in place for mating, an electronic treadmill modified for dogs, and bloody carpeting... FULL STORY:
spacer Tony Taylor makes a quick exit from court into a waiting car following his plea agreement hearing July 30, 2007, in Richmond, VA. Taylor is one of Atlanta Falcons' star quarterback, Michael Vick's co-defendants in the case. Taylor, 34, a codefendant of Atlanta Falcon Quarterback Michael Vick, pleaded guilty Monday to federal dogfighting conspiracy charges. Vick and two other codefendants pleaded not guilty last week to the same charges., 0,6972667.photogallery?coll=dp-news-local-final
7/31/07: This is not a sport The allegations of illegal dog fighting against Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick are serious and disturbing. While Vick is entitled to due process under our Constitution, one would have to be in denial to believe that he is innocent of any knowledge or participation in this gruesome crime. Because of these allegations, Nike has judiciously chosen to suspend the launch of its Michael Vick athletic shoe and he was suspended from training with the Falcons.

More repercussions are expected from the NFL even though Vick has pleaded not guilty. The 18-page federal indictment against Vick covers a six-year period and details charges of conspiracy to commit interstate commerce in aid of unlawful activities and sponsoring a dog in an animal-fighting venue. He is also alleged to have slain dogs that did not perform by electrocution, hanging and bludgeoning... FULL STORY

7/30/07, Vick interview: Says he's put Atlanta, Falcons owner through a lot Michael Vick, embattled Atlanta Falcons quarterback, told a radio interviewer that he put Atlanta and Falcons owner Arthur Blank through a difficult experience, but hopes circumstances will allow him to play with the team again... FULL STORY:,0,2419370.story?coll=dp-news-local-final

7/30/07: Seeing the big picture of dog-fighting Animal welfare organization highlights dog-fighting and other cruelty across the United States using interactive maps. Pet-Abuse.Com, an organization nationally recognized for their efforts to implement cutting edge technology in the fight against animal cruelty, recently launched a project that shows the public just how widespread a problem animal cruelty really is. "Because of the extensive media coverage related to the Michael Vick dog-fighting allegations, the public is starting to see some of the horrors that animals go through. It's been a real wake-up call for some," Pet-Abuse.Com president Alison Gianotto says. Gianotto says although there has been tremendous media coverage on the Michael Vick dog-fighting allegations, Vick isn't the first professional athlete to be charged with dog-fighting and animal abuse. To check out the new mapping system, visit:

7/29/07: Prosecution of dogfighting cases kept on short leash Despite the blood sport's suspected popularity in the West, serious pursuit of the crime is rare. Cases are time consuming and pricey, plus more serious offenses against people take priority, experts say. By Joey Bunch, Denver Post Local, state and national animal-welfare advocates suspect the blood sport of dogfighting is growing in the West, but prosecutions here are still a rarity - and there is no indication federal authorities have ever taken an interest in the crime as they did in NFL star Michael Vick's case... FULL STORY:

7/27/07: Nike Suspends Vick Contract Nike has released the following statement: "Nike has suspended Michael Vick's contract without pay, and will not sell any more Michael Vick product at Nike-owned retail at this time." As a result, we have called off our planned protests outside Nike stores around the country. Thanks to everyone who wrote to the company about this issue or attended the demonstrations, and thanks to Nike for doing the right thing by ending its association with someone accused of torture.

Reebok has also made the decision to stop sales of Michael Vick apparel, stating: "While we respect the legal process we find the allegations against Mr. Vick too disturbing to ignore, therefore, we have decided to immediately suspend selling Vick NFL product, both at retail and online through the Reebok website..." FULL STORY:

7/26/07: Link to Larry King segment on Dog Fighting, From For those who missed it, guest host Lisa Bloom interviews APSCA's Randall Lockwood and HSUS's John Goodman, and later Barbara Eden, Tamar Geller, and her pit bull ambassador John Henry: bestoftv/2007/07/27/lkl.vick.dogfighting.cnn

7/26/07: Vick pleads not guilty, RICHMOND NFL quarterback Michael Vick pleaded not guilty to conspiracy charges related to dogfighting today. He and his co-defendants, who also pleaded not guilty, were in U.S. District Court in Richmond today for a bond hearing and arraignment. Vick, a Newport News native who plays football for the Atlanta Falcons, and Tony Taylor of Hampton, Purnell Peace of Virginia Beach and Quanis Phillips of Atlanta were indicted July 17 for conspiracy to travel in interstate commerce in aid of unlawful activities and to sponsor a dog in an animal-fighting venture. FULL STORY:,0,102424.story?coll=dp-news-local-final

7/24/07: NFL Commissioner Tells Michael Vick to Stay Out of Training Camp Amid Dogfighting Charges Michael Vick was ordered by commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday to stay away from the Atlanta Falcons' training camp until the league reviews the dogfighting charges against him... FULL STORY:,2933,290515,00.html

7/22/07: Suspend Michael Vick Now. NFL Commissioner Sending Wrong Message The recent indictment of National Football League quarterback Michael Vick et al. contains some of the most egregious, wanton acts of inhumanity toward animals ever reported in the sports world. The evidence as a whole, much too gruesome and extensive to repeat, leaves even lawyers such as ourselves with little doubt about its validity. Yet Commissioner Roger Goodell has chosen to stand behind (actually next to, in his press conference) the quarterback, vowing to let the legal process "determine the facts..." FULL STORY: hccommentarydogs0722.artjul22,0,5457050,full.story

7/21/07: Kerry wants NFL to suspend Vick. The Massachusetts senator will introduce legislation to crack down on dogfighting. By David Lerman Sen. John Kerry called Friday for the immediate suspension of Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick and promised legislation aimed at cracking down on illegal dogfighting... FULL STORY:,0,2361400.story?coll=dp- commnews

7/20/07: Sen. Byrd labels dogfighters barbaric. The dean of the Senate wonders whether the real animals are those watching the dogs fighting. By Charles Babington, Washington Post Allegations of a vicious dogfighting ring prompted an unusually emotional speech in the Capitol Thursday, as the Senate's longest-serving member fought tears and called for God's judgment on those who promote such activities... FULL STORY:,0,5612893.story?coll=dp-commnews

Dogfight Part I: Michael Vick vs. Senator Robert Byrd: v=qT3zrs4xR8M
Dogfight Part II: Michael Vick vs. Senator Robert Byrd:
Dogfight Part III: Michael Vick vs. Senator Robert Byrd: v=ACotE_dgt-k&NR=1

7/20/07: Old law applies in Vick case - The new federal law makes dogfighting a felony but was signed after the NFL star's case began. By Veronica Gorley Chufo, Surry Tougher dogfighting penalties that were signed into law May 3 could not be used against Michael Vick and three others indicted in the Surry County case. But an animal cruelty expert said the new penalties will lead to more prosecutions nationwide. Vick, a Newport News native and Atlanta Falcons quarterback, and three others were charged with conspiracy to travel across state lines "to further an unlawful activity" and to sponsor a dog in an animal-fighting venture. The travel portion of the indictment is a felony. The dogfighting portion is a misdemeanor. In the new law, dogfighting is a felony punishable by up to three years in prison... FULL STORY:,0,4060747.story?coll=dp-news-local-final

PHOTOS & VIDEOS:,0,1600753.storygallery?coll=dp-news-local-final

Photos: Karen Tam / AP. Christopher Barth / Gloucester County Times-AP
spacer 7/18/07: An Ugly World, Michael Vick's dogfighting charges bring the cruel activity into the headlines. But animal-rights activists say the practice is nothing new and is growing in popularity. By Steve Tuttle, Newsweek Minnie, a brown pit bull-boxer mix with white feet, was tied to a tree when she was a puppy and repeatedly attacked by other dogs as part of a dogfight training exercise in Louisville, KY. She was rescued after abusers left her for dead, her torn flesh riddled with infections. Dogs trained for fighting (like dog in photo confiscated by animal control officials) can be worth thousands of dollars to owners, who sometimes sell videotapes of the bloody matches...
6. Timeline Of Dogfighting Events, From Federal Filing
SOURCE:,0,2503347.story?coll=dp-newslocal- final

Early 2001: Taylor, Phillips and Vick decide to start a dog-fighting venture. Peace joins the operation later in the year.

May 2001: Taylor identifies the property at 1915 Moonlight Road as a suitable location for housing and training pit bulls for fighting.

June 2001: Vick pays $30,000 for the purchase of the Moonlight Road property.

2001: Vick and his codefendants start acquiring pit bull dogs for the fighting operation from various locations outside of Virginia.

On or about Sept. 11, 2001: Phillips, Tayor and Vick purchase four pit bull puppies for about $1,000 from an individual in Williamsburg. One of these is a male named "Magic."

Early 2002: Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick establish "Bad Newz Kennels" and continue developing the Moonlight Road property for the dogfighting venture.

Spring 2002: Peace, Phillips and Taylor, representing Bad Newz Kennels, travel from Virginia to North Carolina with a male pit bull named "Seal" to fight against another male pit bull named "Maniac." The purse for the fight is established at about $500 per side, for a total of approximately $1,000. "Seal" lost the fight and the purse for Peace, Phillips and Taylor.

Summer 2002: Peace, Phillips, Tayor and Vick continued to "roll" or "test" dogs by putting them through fighting sessions at the Moonlight Road property. At this time Peace and Phillips each executed at least one dog, and Taylor executed at least two dogs that did not do well in testing.

Late 2002: Bad Newz Kennels hosts several dog fights at the Moonlight Road property. Among them, a dog fight between Maniac, from North Carolina and Zebro, owned by an unknown person who is aided by Taylor and Vick; a fight between a Bad Newz Kennel dog, Chico, and a dog from Alabama; and a "Grand Champion Fight" (where each dog is fighting for his fifth win) between male pit bills from North Carolina and Maryland.

Peace, Phillips and Taylor also travel from Virginia to Maryland to sponsor a Bad Newz Kennel female pit bull named Jane against another female owned by Show Biz Kennels of New York. Jane prevails over the other dog and earns the trio a purse of $2000.

Spring 2003: Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick and two other individuals travel from Virginia to North Carolina with Jane to participate in a fight with another female pit bull, owned by an unknown individual Jane prevails.

An unknown individual with a male pit bull travels from South Carolina to Virginia for a dog fight hosted by Bad Newz Kennels. Pit bull "Big Boy," sponsored by Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick, fights the North Carolina dog. Big Boy prevails, winning the purse of roughly $3,000.

Fall 2003: Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick, representing Bad Newz Kennels, travel from Atlanta, Ga., to South Carolina with a male pit bull named Magic to participate in a dog fight against another male pit bull owned by unknown individuals from South Carolina. Magic prevails.

An individual, referred to as "Cooperating Witness #3" in the indictment, travels from North Carolina to Surry County with a male pit bull dog to participate in a fight with another male pit bull named Tiny, owned by Bad Newz Kennels. Bad Newz Kennels hosts the fight at the Moonlight Road property, and Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick sponsor Tiny in the fight, putting up the established purse of $3,500 for their side. Tiny prevails, winning the purse of $7,000.

Late 2003: Peace, Phillips and Taylor and another individual travel from Virginia to New Jersey with Jane for a fight against an unknown female pit bull owned by unknown individuals. The purse is established at about $5,000 per side, for a total of about $10,000. Jane prevails, winning the purse.

Unknown individuals travel from New Jersey to Virginia to participate in a fight against Big Boy of Bad Newz Kennels. Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick sponsor Big Boy in the fight, which takes place at the Moonlight Road property. Big Boy prevails over the dog from New Jersey.

Early 2004: Unknown individuals travel from Maryland to Virginia with a male pit bull to fight with another male pit bull named "Too Short," owned by Bad Newz Kennels, which also hosts the fight. Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick sponsor Too Short, who prevails in the fight.

Spring 2004: Unknown individuals travel from New Jersey to Virginia with a male pit bull for a dog fight against Big Boy, owned by Bad Newz Kennels and sponsored by Peace, Phillips, Taylor and Vick. Bad Newz Kennels also hosts the fight at the Moonlight Road property. Big Boy prevails.

September 2004: Taylor departs from the Bad Newz Kennels dog fighting venture following a disagreement with Phillips and others.

SOURCE: United States District Court Filing
all open alerts on this website give you two ways to comment.
so simple! just pick one or the other:
send letter from your pc DIRECT SEND
For best results, send comments directly from you — just like you email friends or relatives everyday — instead of a web petition from our server.
direct send
sample letter

go to petition instead
how to email a letter:
  1. Copy LETTER below. Paste into an email.
  2. Change some words. Sign name, address, country.
  3. Copy EMAIL ADDRESSES. Paste in TO: line of an email. SEND letter from your email program.
how to fax or mail a letter:
  1. Open sample letter as a DOC or PDF.
  2. Change some words. Sign name, address, country.
  3. Print letter to fax or mail using CONTACT INFORMATION on this page or in the DOC or PDF.

contact information

go to petition instead
Most alerts have many email recipients. If one or more emails bounce that does NOT mean all failed.

Send failed email messages to: Please do not send us hostile notes.
  • Official websites list outdated or incorrect emails.
  • Recipients block emails if swamped with mail.
  • A server may be down or not accepting email.
  • The email recipient's inbox is full (over quota).
  • Occasionally the same email works at later time.
email addresses only

full contact information


automated web petition

go back to direct-send

about web petitions
When you use the web petition instead of direct-send, your comments — and everyone else's — come from one place: Our website server.

  • Create a spam effect that angers recipients and hurts outcome for animals.
  • Compel recipients to block the entire petition, so no one's comments get through.

Your own voice makes more impact. Try to change some words in letter.




To send this letter, enter your contact information:

First Name:  

Last Name:  





Zip Code:  


Not a Kinship Circle member? SIGN UP FOR OUR ANIMAL NEWS & ACTION LIST. Just 1 to 2 e-newsletters monthly.

Enter the code exactly as seen in the image:

educational literature

Fact Sheet  Fact Sheet  Fact Sheet  

Click on any thumbnail above — or visit Kinship Circle's entire LITERATURE LIBRARY, to browse animal topics and easily download materials. Download FREE high-quality literature for use in: Education Settings; Tabling, Demos; Presentations; Letters, Articles; Media Press Kits…

SUPPORT EDUCATION Your tax-deductible gift pays to develop learning initiatives and mass print literature for educators, advocates, students… Together, we can spread the truth about animals!
source of information & references
DISCLAIMER: Information in these materials is verified with original source. Kinship Circle does not assume responsibility for accuracy of information or for consequences of its use. Nothing on this website intends to encourage illegal action in whatever country you are reading it in. Kinship Circle does not engage in, nor support, any form of harassment or unlawful action. Nothing in this alert serves to promote such conduct.

EMAIL ADDRESSES: Kinship Circle cannot guarantee validity of email addresses. During a campaign, recipients may change or disable their email addresses. Email addresses obtained from government or other official websites may be outdated or incorrect.
Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Kinship Circle Store CafePress Store eBay Giving Works GoodSearch

Animal Advocacy  |  Education  |  Disaster Aid  •  •
314-795-2646  |  7380 Kingsbury Blvd  |  Saint Louis, MO 63130 USA

Kinship Circle is a nonprofit focused in: Animal Cruelty Investigation & Action, Humane Education, and Disaster Animal Response.
●  Federal 501c3 under U.S. IRS ruling, Public Charity Status: 170b1Avi
●  Tax Employee Identification Number (EIN) available upon request
●  Nonprofit Certificate of Incorporation, Charter: N00071626