Animal advocates must work together, learn from others’ success and be open to new ideas to achieve no-kill.
As 2015 comes to a close, I am taking a moment to pause and reflect over the last year, and I am truly amazed at the incredible things that happened. Each year, it seems our work together grows bigger and bigger, and that means more lives saved than ever before.
It’s the launch of a crucial national database for shelter and rescue statistics.
The town of Trigueros del Valle in Spain passes a bill of rights for pets, leading one to speculate about a nation that never began the killing of homeless pets.
October 16 is National Feral Cat Day, a day to recognize the only humane option for stabilizing and reducing the stray cat population: trap/neuter/return (TNR).
Tawny Hammond brings experience and leadership from Fairfax County, Virginia, the nation’s largest no-kill jurisdiction, to Austin, Texas, starting June 15.
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.