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Posts Tagged "TNR"

The real war on cats

Cat Wars, a soon-to-be-released new book, supports the killing of free-roaming cats with a rationale based on flimsy data.

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The AVMA leaves the door open for killing community cats

Revised policy endorses lethal methods of controlling free-roaming cat populations, despite the fact that trap/neuter/return is the only proven method to work.

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TNR: Eliminating the whack-a-mole factor

Trap/neuter/return opponent pops up in our nation’s capital, despite the fact that TNR is the only humane way to control populations of community cats.

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Rebecca Guinn: Leading Atlanta to no-kill

Founder of LifeLine Animal Project will discuss her lifesaving model, utilized in Georgia’s DeKalb and Fulton counties, at the Best Friends National Conference.

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Courage to spare

Join us in celebrating Mark Dodge, who perseveres against adversity and continues championing on behalf of community cats and homeless animals of Los Angeles.

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Declaring a victory for community cats

Community Cats Projects in Albuquerque and San Antonio have set a new standard for feline sheltering procedures, improving the live release rate to 90 percent.

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Confused about what no-kill means and doesn’t mean?

Best Friends co-founder corrects many of the inaccuracies surrounding no-kill policies and practices and offers resources to save more lives.

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The best is yet to come

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.

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Two major wins for community cats

We’re celebrating National Feral Cat Day early this year after Community Cats Project victories in Albuquerque and Tucson, which will save more feline lives.

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Is pet overpopulation a myth?

All tools available, including low-cost spay/neuter services, TNR programs, shelter surrender intervention and adoptions, must be used to end shelter killing.

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