Monthly Archives: November 2011

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

The No Kill Flash Mob

Beginning November 23 at 6 pm ET and continuing over the holiday weekend when our posts are less likely to be deleted, please join us in a No Kill flash mob on the ASPCA facebook page. Please share.

A Blank Check

How much killing is acceptable to you? How many deaths are you willing to allow them before you draw the line?

Rise, Sleeping Giant

A seminal moment in time, a fight for the future, and once again, we must ask: will Best Friends ever rise to the occasion?

Hope for New York City Animals

A one-day conference featuring Nathan Winograd and other advocates for shelter reform.

Separating Myth From Fact (FL Animal Rescue Act)

Florida animal lovers: NOW is the time to make your voices heard. Please contact your legislative representatives and ask them to cosponsor and support Senate Bill 818/House Bill 597, the Florida Animal Rescue Act.

The ASPCA’s War on Animal Lovers

In Memory of Oreo: 35,000 additional dead, the “Extremist Agenda,” and the ASPCA’s War on Rescue.

Occupy Dallas Animal Services

99% of us would rescue a cat stuck in a wall. But none of the employees at a “shelter” did. And that is unforgivable.

The Banality of Evil

Animals in shelters are not being killed because there are too many of them, because there are too few homes, or because the public is irresponsible. Animals in shelters are dying for primarily one reason—because people in shelters are killing them. People who are “terribly and terrifyingly normal.”

National Animal Shelter Reform Week

Only when shelters stop neglecting, abusing, and killing animals in their care will we will have something to truly appreciate and celebrate.

Forecast for Florida: Sunny!

Today, Senator Mike Bennett introduced the Florida Animal Rescue Act. The bill would make it illegal for “shelters” to kill animals if rescue groups are willing to save them.