It's About Compassion
Stop Animal ViolencE (SAVE) is a group of volunteers who are advocating for the welfare of the pack horses, mules and donkeys on the Havasupai reservation in the Grand Canyon.
In April of 2016, these individuals came together out of compassion to help improve the lives of these animals by calling for the cessation of violence against them, and the adoption of a standard of care for them. The group's volunteers, as well as its supporters, have been deeply affected by the plight of the pack animals in the canyon, whether by witnessing it in person, or feeling it from afar.
The mission of Stop Animal ViolencE (SAVE) is to bring an end to the suffering and mistreatment of animals in the Havasupai region of the Grand Canyon. Through this advocacy, the lives of the peace-seeking people in the village of Supai may ultimately also be improved.