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Archive of posts published in the tag: Nathan Winograd

Dear Mayor de Blasio and Members of the City Council

In light of historical, ongoing, and as I posted this past week, recent revelations of…

Saving the Cow and the Field Mouse

A new study which looks at the number of field deaths of wild animals in…

The Faces of NYCACC’s “Spay Neuter Kill” Victims

These are the Faces of NYCACC’s “Spay Neuter Kill” Victims On average, virtually every week…

PETA issues a subpoena demanding I turn over confidential informants for my book, “Why PETA Kills.”

In defense of their safety, the safety of animals, and my First Amendment rights, I…

Forever on the Cusp

A dog available for adoption at the Humane Society of Fremont County, one of the…

No Kill is Love: New York Times Edition

Tens of thousands of animals were spared death this weekend. A New York Times OpEd…

No-Fee Adoption Events Save Lives

Yesterday I wrote about Valerie, a dog adopted during a no-fee adoption event in Southern…

No Fee Adoptions, Shelter Killing, and the Death of Valerie

Valerie, a dog adopted from a shelter during a no-fee adoption event, has ended up…

New analysis: No Kill-level live release rates are consistent with public safety

I previously reported that in Austin, TX, the killing of dogs deemed “aggressive” has declined…

Is Long Beach, CA, Mayor Robert Garcia violating the constitutional rights of shelter reform advocates?

On behalf of the No Kill Advocacy Center, I’ve asked the Los Angeles County District…