Monthly Archives: December 2009

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Looking to 2010

Yesterday, I did a month by month review of 2009. Today, I post my predictions for 2010.

A Banner Year

It was the best of times and the worst of times. But 2009 will be remembered as a seminal year for the No Kill movement, as new victories combined with scandals on the part of the “catch and kill” establishment, to make “No Kill” a household word.

Regarding Henry

I just returned from our now annual family trip to New York City, my second favorite city in the United States. This is our third trip since we moved out of the state in 2004.

An Avalanche of Bad News for Abused Dogs

ASPCA kills again; Then allegedly returns neglected dog to home; Some rescued Colorado dogs may be destined for death.

Nation’s Top No Kill Advocates

The No Kill Advocacy Center awards Henry Bergh Leadership Awards to honor nation’s top No Kill advocates.

Who are the Nation’s Top No Kill Advocates?

The national No Kill Advocacy Center will announce the recipients of the 2009 Henry Bergh Leadership Award, for unwavering commitment to ending the systematic killing of animals in U.S. shelters.

Building a No Kill Community

What would it take to build a No Kill community? Let me tell and show you.

In Support of Oreo’s Law

UCLA Law Professor Taimie Bryant explains the value of Oreo’s Law in this guest blog.

Going Rogue

Wayne Pacelle, the CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, is many things. Add revisionist historian to his growing list of disturbing titles.

Betrayal & Deceit at the Humane Society of the United States

A recent fundraising appeal by HSUS is not an isolated incident. Like others, it is part of a recurring pattern of deceit designed to misrepresent the truth and raise money off of the work of others.