What happens when misguided “no-kill” shelter policies make it hard for financially strapped people to surrender sick and elderly animals? Things like this happen.
There’s a big fat scam in the “no-kill” sheltering world: Hustlers are calling themselves “rescues” and collecting donations for doing wrong by animals.
Star never asked to be a pawn in the “no-kill” debate. He just needed to be safe and warm—and loved.
We will never turn our backs on the animals who need us the most. Here’s why.
What happens to unwanted cats when shelters refuse to help them?
“No-kill” often means slow-kill when shelters turn animals away. Urge your shelter to keep its doors open to all animals in need.
Freezing temperatures, traffic, parasites, illness, injuries, and cruel people are everyday dangers that cats face when released outdoors.
Scam “rescues” that hoard and neglect animals, sometimes fatally, depend on donations from kind but unwitting people. What kind of “rescue” are you supporting?
What happens when shelters turn away animals in need? The animals suffer and die somewhere else.
Thousands of commuters get a reminder to spay, neuter, and adopt homeless animals from the shelter.
Stop glorifying “no-kill” policies until there is no longer a need to euthanize. No animal should have to suffer and die in pain because of wishful thinking.
A high “save rate” at an animal shelter sounds appealing, but what does it mean for animals?
Homeless animals need help now, not when “no-kill” shelters get around to it.
“No-kill” policies often do more harm than good in ending the cycle of companion-animal homelessness. Find out how we can truly help end this crisis.