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Posts Tagged "NKLA"

Kittens, kittens, kittens!

Best Friends in Los Angeles has committed to save every kitten from L.A. city shelters between now and the end of the year, but help is needed.

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Speaking with one voice: A call for transparency in sheltering

Best Friends co-authors position statement calling for transparency in data provided by animal shelters.

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NKLA: Calling all heroes!

Los Angeles foster homes needed for dogs and cats with medical conditions in order to become nation’s largest no-kill city.

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Best Friends National Conference in Los Angeles

Learn and be inspired by watching live stream of Julie Castle’s keynote address from the conference this Saturday.

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Julie Castle is Best Friends’ new CEO

After a wearing many hats during her 22-year career with Best Friends Animal Society, Julie Castle to become chief executive officer in April.

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NKLA: Where we’ve been, where we are and where we are going

Remarkable lifesaving progress has been made in the City of Angels since the founding of the No-Kill Los Angeles Coalition in 2012.

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Another successful super adoption as L.A. gets closer to NKLA

Thanks to changing perceptions, collaboration and events like super adoptions, animals previously considered “unadoptable” now finding loving homes.

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Los Angeles City Council passes no-kill resolution

The City of Angels is on target to becoming no-kill in 2017, and in collaboration with the NKLA coalition, the city council reaffirms its commitment to that goal.

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Best Friends NKLA initiative on target to create country’s largest no-kill community

Collaborative efforts result in Los Angeles city shelters achieving a record save rate and the city continuing on track to become no-kill in 2017.

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New numbers reveal great progress being made toward no-kill

Data allowing us to measure our lifesaving progress on a national scale reveals an amazing reduction in the number of dogs and cats being killed in the U.S. each day.

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