Libby is waiting for adoption at the Aspen Animal Shelter in Pitkin County, CO.

Pasco County, FL, has banned the sale of commercially-bred dogs and cats in pet stores. Conservationists should stop taking or supporting actions that harm individual animals, like hunting. The number of communities in the 90% Club — an important milestone on the road to No Kill — is increasing. And despite 26 years of claims to the contrary, TNR programs do not violate state abandonment laws.

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The number of communities in the 90% Club — an important milestone on the road to No Kill — is increasing, including:

And finally, TNR isn’t controversial any more. At least it shouldn’t be. And yet this week — 26 years after the notion was debunked — I was contacted by cat advocates in upstate New York who received a complaint that their TNR work amounts to abandonment in violation of state anti-cruelty laws. It isn’t. Here’s why.

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