Monthly Archives: May 2010

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

The Real Elephant in the Room

The head of the ASPCA laments the removal of a shelter director responsible for over 100,000 deaths.

“I Was There”

A volunteer’s poignant and powerful account of the Tompkins County transition to No Kill, and the agony she experienced before it happened.

Seven Minutes in Heaven

And now a word from our sponsor…

The Rot at the Heart of the Movement

A revisionist interpretation about the leadership of Wayne Pacelle and Ed Sayres would be ludicrous, if it wasn’t so disturbing.

Will the Empire Strike Back?

The No Kill Equation has invaded the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. We now have communities across these countries saving in excess of 90% of the animals. And our numbers continue to grow. Will Europe be next?

A Great Week for No Kill

New members of the No Kill Club, Saving 100% of Baby Kittens, Austin Crosses Milestone, and a Bright Future.

Irreconcilable Differences Wins Bronze

Irreconcilable Differences wins a bronze medal for Best Book in the Animals/Pets category by the Independent Publishers Associatio

It’s the “Can Do” Within Us that Will Save Lives

President and CEO of nation’s largest animal protection organization calls for a No Kill nation: “What must be done, can be done, and will be done.”