Saved in America

A Film by Kim Sill

Four puppies in a hammock made from an American Flag

The Road to Shelter Hope

Anyone who loves or has loved a pet should see this film; it exposes the pet industry, the animal welfare system, and will open your eyes about how all of us must come together to make a change.

Katherine and Nancy Heigl

So happy that my song is in Kim’s film. What she does for these animals is amazing and proves that if we put our hearts into saving animals ‘We Can’

Diane Warren

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Regency Theater Agoura
August 14-20, 2015
Daily Screenings 12 noon

About the Film

Saved In America is the story of one womans journey to show America what is happening in the animal welfare world. Kim Sill protested for an entire year to bring awareness about pet shops selling puppy mill dogs. What she found was shocking and led her to ask why half a billion dollars a year is raised in the name of animal welfare and the grassroots rescues in Americas communities are not seeing any of this money? This is the story of the underdogs and the everyday heros who spend their time and money rescuing animals. Kim met many people on her journey including Pink. Cesar Millan, Phil, Kim Kardashian, and Katherine Heigl who all make appearances in the film to help raise awareness about Americas homeless pet population. Thousands of animals are saved along Kim Sill’s way as she documents and films her way through the rescue world of hoarders, animal abusers, gangs and puppy mills.

America has two nasty little secrets.

  1. All of those cute puppies that are sold in pet stores come from “puppy mills”. Their mothers spend their entire lives in tiny, unsanitary cages, never walked, never petted, never doing anything but making puppies
  2. Most Americans would rather look the other way than to see what is happening in the animal rescue world.