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Archive of posts published in the tag: No Kill

This Week in Animal Rights (July 1, 2019)

Lita is available for adoption at the Chippewa County, MI, shelter. In 2018, it reported…

Sylvester? Nay, Marshmallow

In a case involving custody of a cat, a New York Court let the kitty…

This Week in Animal Rights (June 24, 2019)

Buffalo Grove, IL, bans the retail sale of commercially-bred dogs, cats, and rabbits. New York…

Codifying Euphemisms

Shelter (verb): to protect or shield from something harmful. Shelter (noun): a refuge; a place…

Death Makes a Comeback

Without the force of law, animals remain at mortal risk in Austin, TX. Tucker was…

“No Big Deal”: The Killing of April

   The killing of dogs for alleged “behavior” continues apace by agencies who claim to…

The “San Francisco Model”

Any shelter in any community with a can-do attitude and the right approach can end…

This Week in Animal Rights (June 17, 2019)

A 700% increase in California lifesaving. Legislation to ban the retail sale of milled dogs…

The Short Life and Tragic Death of Tucker Verock

Austin Animal Center (AAC) recently killed Tucker, a dog, who had three places to go:…

The Killing of Linda

This was Linda. She spent five months with a Colorado rescue group, living with and…