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No-kill day: a celebration of compassion

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  • Thomas Cole 5 years ago

    Keep getting the word out, Nathan. Thanks for the reminder, too. Sometimes it's hard to remember when dealing with current problems, isn't it? Don't give up is always a good message.

  • Mathew 5 years ago

    We will never let the animals down. We will keep trying and we will never stop trying. Thank you Nathan.

  • Sara 5 years ago

    does the No Kill movement extend its philosophy of not killing to all animals? or just some animals? More than 98% of the animals killed in the US each year aren't killed in shelters---they are killed in slaughterhouses.

  • Sandra Nathan 5 years ago

    Accept a grateful toast from me too!

  • Amanda 5 years ago

    Hi Sara,
    I know what you mean. This is why I don't participate in that cruel system of eating tortured flesh. I am happy to say that the author of this article, Nathan Winograd, doesn't either. In fact I hear he's coming out with a vegan cookbook later this year.Just one of the many reasons why I admire and really like him.

  • Mike Fry, Minneapolis Pets Exeminer 5 years ago

    Rob - Sorry, but you got pretty much everything wrong in that post. The point of no kill is creating no kill communities. In fact, the adoption pact Winograd talked about created a guarantee of adoption city-wide in San Francisco. As he said, other communities have surpassed the achievements in SF.

    Furthermore, while most of the data reports numbers for dogs and cats, if you check the statistics for "others" in these communities, you will find they are saving all of the healthy and treatable hamsters, too.

    No kill is not a marketing term, it is a call to action for drastic shelter reform that is badly needed!

  • Michael Benner 5 years ago

    The sad fact is that in refusing to educate himself, and relying on the outdated myths perpetuated by killing apologists like the Humane Society of the United States, Rob who probably thinks of himself as an animal lover, becomes nothing more than a killing apologist himself. The animals currently being killed needlessly in shelters around the nation would hardly count him among their allies.

  • Teresa New Orleans Pet Rescue Examiner 5 years ago

    It is my wish that on that day every animal in every shelter across the country be kept alive and that every family looking for a new pet visit the shelters and bring one home. And then, the day after that, and the day after that....

  • No Kill Month...Year... 5 years ago

    I'm looking forward to the day when we can celebrate No Kill YEAR!

  • Editor 5 years ago

    Comment by "Adolf" was removed for inappropriate content/ad hominem attacks as per the terms and conditions of the comment policy.

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