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.
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.
The animal welfare community loses advocate responsible for passage of California’s Hayden Act.
Best Friends–Atlanta is set to launch in October, working with area No More Homeless Pets Network partners to Save Them All.
Recent presidential speech addresses the need for compromise, a lesson that applies to animal welfare advocates working to Save Them All.
Don’t listen to the naysayers, we can Save Them All. Attend the Best Friends National Conference in Salt Lake City to learn how.
With an 84.2 percent save rate in Utah for 2015, the 56 partners in the NKUT coalition are making incredible headway in creating a no-kill state.
Animal advocates must work together, learn from others’ success and be open to new ideas to achieve no-kill.
Returning lost pets to their homes is a priority, but strategies other than long shelter hold times should be implemented to Save Them All.
It’s the launch of a crucial national database for shelter and rescue statistics.