No Kill: Where There’s a Will, There’s a WayPosted: January 28, 2015
What happens when you hire a new director who refuses to hide behind excuses and has a passion for saving lives?
Fremont County, CO: “Before [Doug Rae] took over as executive director … every month nearly half the animals in the shelter were put down… In October, only 7 percent of animals in the shelter had to be put down. In November, 1 percent. And last month, no animals in the shelter were killed…”
New director turns Humane Society of Fremont County around: http://bit.ly/1sd5dWs
Madison County, AR: “The euthanasia rate…was at 74% and we’ve been able to decrease that to 2%” thanks to Shonna Harvey.
Madison Co. Pet Shelter Drops Euthanasia Rate to 2%: http://bit.ly/1AnJ7kc
Seagoville, TX: “Fewer animals lost their lives all year [under Karl Bailey] than used to be killed in a week.”
Atten-Hut: Sgt. Bailey in Command: http://bit.ly/XvRfQ9 (In 2014, Seagoville had a 99% save rate. They did not kill a single cat all year).
Hundreds of cities and towns across America, representing over 7,000,000 people, now have save rates above 90% and the numbers continue to grow; the majority achieved it in six months or less. Killing is a choice. Saving Lives is a choice too. Choose life over killing. Go No Kill.
Do you have what it takes to save lives? http://bit.ly/YGClCl We need No Kill advocates to take over shelters across the country.