“Bow WOW! This extraordinary pet-loving … attorney is out to make the world safe for homeless animals — one region at a time.” — Metropolitan Home.
“Millions of healthy animals are [killed] in shelters every year. Nathan Winograd wants that reduced to zero; Winograd is helping to save thousands, even millions.” — Reader’s Digest.
“The world owes much to those rare individuals who see things differently — and who then devote themselves to vindicating their maverick conclusions.” — The Bark.
Nathan J. Winograd is the director of The No Kill Advocacy Center, the author of eight books on animal rights, and the producer of an award-winning documentary film on the history of American animal shelters. Under his leadership, Tompkins County, NY, became the first No Kill community in the United States. The Bark magazine calls him, “the voice of America’s displaced pets and the conscience of the animal sheltering industry.”