Monthly Archives: March 2010

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Turn Your Shelter Upside Down

You can’t go from a culture of killing to a culture of lifesaving with the same team.

A Celebration of Compassion

It was a historic beginning of an altogether different future for shelter animals—not of certain death as had been the case nationwide since before the turn of the century, but a future that held promise, protection, and a new chance at life.

Building a No Kill Florida

Join me this Saturday, April 3 in Melbourne, FL.

Irreconcilable Differences

Irreconcilable Differences now available wherever books are sold.

Hungry Dog to be Killed

Meet Lucy. She’s scheduled to be killed in NYC for being hungry.

No Kill News from Around the Country

Regime change needed in Austin, Wayne’s world of deception, animals need food, and more.

NYS Rescuers and Residents: We Need You!

We need your help saving the lives of puppies, kittens, dogs, cats, rabbits, and other animals currently being killed in New York State shelters.

Is No Kill a Bipartisan Issue?

Can Republicans and Democrats come together to end the systematic killing of animals in shelters, even if they can’t agree on anything else?

The ASPCA’s One-Two Punch

Not content to kill animals in New York, Ed Sayres threatens them in California.

Whidbey Island (Seattle) No Kill Seminar

Join me for a free two-hour seminar on Building a No Kill Community, followed by a book signing on Whidbey Island (North of Seattle).