Monthly Archives: November 2012

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

A Gentle Hand

Does your local shelter offer a gentle hand? Or an abusive one?

Building a No Kill Buffalo

Come to the seminar that has been called, “a prerequisite for animal lovers, rescue groups and organizations that are serious about changing their communities to No Kill.”

Pardon Our Dust

Right now, the animal protection movement is in the throes of an important evolution. What might seem like self-destructive behavior is actually evidence of progress.

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours.

The Keys to the Kingdom

Directors may claim volunteers are welcome in their shelter. Holly is willing to give them the keys to it.

Oreo and 60,858 Others

Today is the three-year anniversary of the ASPCA’s killing of Oreo. Since the ASPCA killed Oreo and then killed Oreo’s Law, legislation which would have made it illegal for NYS shelters to kill animals when rescue groups were willing to save them, 60,858 animals who had an immediate place to go have been killed.

“A Breathtaking Piece of Work”

Animal Wise Radio calls Friendly Fire a “breathtaking piece of work.”

You’ve Got To Be Carefully Taught

To too many animal rights activists, animals have a right to life up until the moment they cross the threshold of either PETA headquarters or one of our nation’s shelters and then, they no longer do.

Frenemies

Scratch beneath the superficial surface, dig a little deeper and you’ll see that in fact Wayne Pacelle loves Rick Berman. Why? Berman provides him political cover.