Monthly Archives: January 2011

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Building a No Kill Community

Join me Saturday, April 30, 2011 for an all-day Building a No Kill Community seminar in Houston, TX, followed by a book signing.

Always Have the Facts At Your Fingertips

Irreconcilable Differences is now available as an e-book for your Kindle or other book reader.

Can We Find Homes for 2.4 Billion Animals A Year? Ask the “Experts” at AHA

The American Humane Association’s Vice-President says that every American needs to adopt 8 animals to end shelter killing.

A Culture of Cruelty

If you were a cat and you happened to be stuck in a wall, where is the worst place for that to happen?

As Blue as the Summer Sky: Austin, Then & Now

There was a time, and not so long ago, when being a kitten got you killed in Austin, Texas. Not anymore.

There Are No ‘Alien’ Species on Planet Earth

We must turn our attention away from the futile effort to hold or return our environment to some mythic state of perfection that never existed toward the meaningful goal of ensuring that every life that appears on this Earth is welcomed and respected as the glorious, cosmic miracle it actually is.

An Interview with AR Zone

Today, I participated in a live chat on Animal Rights Zone with animal rights advocates from all over the world. I was asked questions about the No Kill movement and how it fits in with the larger animal rights philosophy.

Best & Worst of Times, Part II

The biggest successes, the most painful betrayals, the conscience of the movement, and the single, best thing written about No Kill in 2010.

It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times

A month by month look at the highlights and lowlights of a heartbreaking but also incredible year.