Monthly Archives: February 2011

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

ASPCA Offers a Trojan Horse

The ASPCA and its allies have just introduced a rival bill to Oreo’s Law which does not challenge the conditions which make rescue access so vital to saving lives in New York State.

What Happens to the Dream Merchant When the Dream Becomes a Reality?

History has much to teach us about the large, national organizations who undermine our cause.

Building a No Kill Community

Saturday, April 30, 2011 in Houston, TX.

Guilty, Until Proven Innocent

When it comes to empowering the grassroots, power never concedes without a fight.

Best Friends Tells Rescuers to Shut Up

Rescuers either play by Best Friends’ rules or the animals be damned.

With “Best Friends” Like These…

The ink is not even dry on the newly introduced Oreo’s Lawand Best Friends has already indicated they will not support it. With “best friends” like these…

An Act of Will

No Kill’s conquest of the status quo is inevitable. But how long should we wait before we say enough of the killing?

Austin, Revisited

The ASPCA rewrites history in Austin, Texas with those who championed killing as the heroes.

Irreconcilable Differences for Your Nook, iPad, or Kindle

Irreconcilable Differences: The Battle for the Heart and Soul of America’s Animal Shelters is now available as an e-book for your B&N Nook, iPad, Kindle or other book reader.

Understanding the Culture of Cruelty

The first time many animals experience neglect and cruelty is at the very shelters that are supposed to protect them from it. Why?