Monthly Archives: June 2011

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

The ‘Albatross’ About Our Necks

It is time for local humane societies and SPCAs to shake the dead weight of HSUS and the ASPCA from their necks… and pocketbooks.

Veganism for the Rest of Us

I am happy to report that our cookbook is now available and we’ve launched an all new website to go with it. It was inspired by our friends in the No Kill movement.

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

It’s 5 am in Maricopa County, Arizona. It’s the killing time at the pound and the animals will be rounded up and put to death. Maricopa County and Maddie’s Fund claim none are healthy. That is a lie.

Waiting for Superman

Another scandal in New York City and not a word from the great David Duffield who has promised us a No Kill NYC three times. This is his last chance to make it right.

Just Another Day? Hardly.

Ten years ago today, at about the exact time I was reading the question, I drove in to the parking lot for the first time as the Executive Director of the Tompkins County SPCA.

Unobvious Choices: The Animal Protection Movement’s Fourteenth Floor

Understanding the opposition to shelter reform and innovation.

Building a No Kill Ohio

Join me on Saturday, September 10, 2001 for the “Great Shelters Conference,” followed by a book signing for both Redemption and Irreconcilable Differences.

The Anatomy of a Lie

How the pound, the Mayor’s Alliance, the ASPCA, and Maddie’s Fund conspire to hide the truth about New York City’s abusive pound system, allowing immense animal suffering to continue.