- To reduce impound and euthanasia rates at L.A. County and Kern shelters.
- To educate the public to assist in eradicating the companion animal overpopulation crisis.
- To create a sustainable, self-supporting mobile spay/neuter program that will become a part of the communities for many years.
- To make spay/neuter affordable for everyone
NO KILL HOUSTON
Join the Revolution!
There are many challenges and roadblocks to No Kill. From bureaucrats who are content with the status quo, to uncaring shelter directors who are hostile to reform even when presented with overwhelming proof that the No Kill model saves lives. The roadblocks to No Kill are considerable, but not undefeatable.
We have a choice. We can embrace No Kill as our future or we can continue to legitimize the failed “adopt a few and kill the rest” method.
Demand better. Demand change. Demand that shelter directors implement the programs and services of the No Kill Equation. This is your community. You have a right to demand that animals in your community shelters are saved.
Ventura & Ruby were my very first "virtual" saves. Two seasoned rescuers guided me through the myriad hurdles it takes jumping over to save a life. From the initial decision to save, it takes educatin' to learn how to open the cage door and move on to a safe destination.
There's a moral crisis happening in around the City of Angels, relentless killing. Animals are being slaughtered in our tax-supported facilities. "Shelters" in name only, they've become killing factories. The way to create a better animal care system is humane education, engaging the public's support and participation, low cost spay/neuter.
Until then, shelter animal's main chance at survival is the dedication and passion for saving found with rescues and with an army of networkers. I am one.