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Archive of posts published in the tag: Nathan Winograd

New Jersey 2015

Following nationwide trends, lifesaving is up in the Garden State.

Is Portland No Kill?

The short answer is no.

Lifesaving is Up in Michigan

The No Kill Advocacy Center, my organization, just finished analyzing sheltering statistics for the state of Michigan and I am glad to report that following nationwide trends, the percentage of animals leaving shelters alive increased over 2014.

Can we make fish happy?

We’re trying to give our rescued fish the best possible life, but I’m at a loss.

Colorado 2015

86% of Colorado dogs were saved, 83% of cats were saved, 74% of birds, 87% of rabbits, 85% of “pocket pets” (other small mammals), 96% of reptiles, 83% of fish and “farmed” animals.

Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Happiness

A toast to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness… for all of Earth’s creatures.

The Rescue of Kerry

“Saving one animal won’t change the world, but it will change the world for that one animal.”

Same State; Worlds Apart

Dallas wants to eliminate holding periods to kill animals right away. Austin more than doubled theirs as they recently passed one of the most rigorous, smart, and comprehensive holding period laws in the country.

PETA’s conduct “outrageous and intolerable”

PETA tells a court that a dog they killed was worthless.

PETA: ‘cats better off dead’

“An international animal rights organization believes the free-roaming cats that live under this borough’s boardwalk would be better off with a lethal injection than having to spend all their nine lives in the cruel outdoors.”