09 September 2011

The No Kill Advocacy Center has released a “cliff notes”-like version of Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation & The No Kill Revolution in America. It is a No Kill primer for those who want a refresher or have not read the book. It covers the No Kill philosophy, the No Kill Equation, the myth of pet overpopulation, and more in just a few pages. It also addresses public health/safety and cost issues, and the myth that open admission shelters cannot be No Kill. And it shows that No Kill is a humane, effective, sustainable, cost-effective model that works hand in hand with public health and safety, while fulfilling a fiscal responsibility to taxpayers.
Download or print a free copy by clicking here.
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  1. I had no idea that shelters, nationally, are killing roughly half or more of all in coming animals. Sounds like it's more an issue of needing more 'Heart' than money.