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Archive of posts published in the tag: Nathan Winograd

A Defense of No Kill in Both Word & Deed

A social, friendly kitten rescued off the street by a rescuer (and her dog) after…

Behaviorally Challenged Dogs: Can We Save Them All? [1]

Photo by Eileen McFall: dog playgroup at Austin Animal Center. True to their mission statements…

Feds Pull Funding for Oakland, Berkeley Clear Cutting

By Nathan & Jennifer Winograd Many of us tried to engage in meaningful dialog with…

On Demand Worldwide

Redemption, my film about the No Kill revolution in America, is now available worldwide for on demand streaming or downloading.

Factory Farming Dogs

A comparative look at shelter and puppy mill dogs.

PETA is Still Trying to Get Away With “Murder”

PETA officials thought they could get away with illegal killings. A Court will determine if they succeed.

Portland Animal Conference

Join me​ in Portland, OR, for a workshop on building a No Kill community and a screening of Redemption, my film about the No Kill revolution in America.

A World War on Cats

A call to exterminate cats in the continental U.S. “by any means necessary.”

‘Shop, Don’t Adopt,’ says Former ASPCA CEO

Former ASPCA CEO Ed Sayres argues that people should ‘shop, not adopt,’ that pet stores protect public safety, that shelter dogs are a threat, and that pit bulls in particular are a bigger danger to Americans than jihadi terrorists.

A 10-Pack of Redemption

To assist you in your fight for No Kill in your community, Redemption, my film about the No Kill revolution in America, is now available in a 10-pack of DVDs.