The first program meeting of No Kill Colorado Coalition will be held at Lakewood HealthSource on Thursday, January 10, at 7 p.m.
No Kill Colorado Coalition is a group that works to create a state where all shelters are open admission and are saving a minimum of 90% of their animals. Anyone interested in learning more about No Kill options is welcome to attend, but RSVP's are preferred.
Thursday's meeting is the first program for No Kill Colorado and will feature Carla Zinanti, Manager of Jefferson County Animal Control, and Heather Cameron, Executive Director of Foothills Animal Shelter. They will be discussing Proactive Redemptions, which are ways shelters can work, or take a proactive approach, on reuniting lost pet with their families. They will also discuss how this relates to dog licensing and the shelter's work.
Attendees are asked to arrive at 6:30 p.m. Thursday for check-in and a meet and greet before the program begins. Lakewood HealthSource is located at 963 South Kipling Parkway. Turn west on Kentucky then left on Private Drive. Meetings will be held the second Thursday of every month, same time and same location. To learn more about the No Kill Colorado Coalition, visit their webpage or their Facebook page.
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