Father of the no-kill movement Rich Avanzino‘s innovative thinking and business sense, from the San Francisco SPCA to Maddie’s Fund, transformed animal welfare.
Best Friends co-founder corrects many of the inaccuracies surrounding no-kill policies and practices and offers resources to save more lives.
Spreading the word about Best Friends and the no-kill movement to those outside of the animal welfare community helps save the lives of shelter pets.
With the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, National Conference, Strut Your Mutt, and many positive trends, 2015 looks to be a great year for animals.
In his TEDx Talk, Best Friends co-founder speaks about those early days and the power of a single citizen to change the world with “just an idea and commitment.”
All tools available, including low-cost spay/neuter services, TNR programs, shelter surrender intervention and adoptions, must be used to end shelter killing.
Tri-state residents asked to open their homes and foster a shelter pet to help New York City become no-kill.
In order to Save Them All, rescues need to overcome a reputation of making it difficult to adopt homeless animals.
Though remote, the location selected for Best Friends Animal Sanctuary continues to motivate and inspire animal lovers 30 years later.
Co-founder Francis Battista’s Huffington Post article emphasizes the importance of prioritizing the lives of shelter animals to Save Them All.