AnimalSearch is a searchable database designed to give the user access
to family safe, animal related sites.
While we do not evaluate pages for quality, each site is reviewed,
prior to inclusion, for content relevancy and safety. If you come
across a site that is not family safe or features links to non-family
safe content, or is no longer available (404) please report it to us
using the form at the bottom of each search result page.
How to Search:
There are two ways to navigate this site. The first is using the
search window. The second is by clicking down through the categories.
If, once in a category, you use the search window, it will search
all categories (as if you had searched from the main page). It
will not search only the category into which you had clicked. The
category click downs are merely suggestions and do not necessarily represent
the entire selection of available web sites in this database.
Using the Search Window:
To conduct a search, enter your search criteria (up to three 
words) in the KEYWORDS window. AnimalSearch will, at this time,
ignore any terms after the first three words of the search criteria
you enter. Select, from the drop-down MATCH window, either
"All of These Words" if the information you are seeking should contain
a phrase or all elements entered, or "Any of These Words" if you wish
results related to any one of the keywords you have entered. Then
press the <Search> button or the <Enter> key on your
Do's and Don't's:
Do use only words with more than 2 characters
Do not use "and" & "the" as keywords
Do not use operators (e.g. "+", "-") in the keyword box
Do not use word "animal" or "animals" as keywords
Do not include commas (",") in or with your keywords
Use Keywords in Singular Form:
If, for example, you use the keyword 'cats' instead of 'cat',
only web sites that have the word 'cats' in their description or
keywords will come up and the web sites with the word 'cat' will
be ignored. If you use the word 'cat' all web sites with the words
'cats' and 'cat' will be in the results listing.
In some cases (eg. when the plural of a word changes that
word) you can try a search for both, the plural and the singular
or partial words. For example, if you are searching for universities,
you will get the most results if you use the word 'universit' as