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The No Kill Advocate E-Newsletter

The No Kill Advocate Issue #6 for 2007 is available by clicking here.

The No Kill Advocate is a free e-newsletter. In this issue:

Unshackling Ourselves. A message of hope and redemption from our Director.

Some 2007 Highlights. Adoptions double, kill rates fall, votes for the animals, a model law, and the "bible of the No Kill Movement."

No Kill Conference. Lafayette, LA. Come to the conference that has been called "a prerequisite for shelters and rescue groups serious about changing their communities to No Kill." Free and open to the public.

Playing the Orwellian Card. The archaic voices of tradition say they are not killing, even when that is exactly what they are doing.

And more...

The No Kill Advocate Issue #6 for 2007 is available by clicking here. (Pop-up blocker must be disabled. Otherwise go to www.nokilladvocacycenter.org and click on "The No Kill Advocate.")

Job Highlight: Want to combine your skills and passion? Pet Network of Nevada in beautiful Incline Village (Lake Tahoe) is looking for a new Executive Director to run their No Kill shelter. For more information or to apply, e-mail jobs@petnetwork.org or call (775) 832-4404.

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The No Kill Advocate Issue #4 for 2007 is available by putting this address into your browser

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The No Kill Advocate is a free e-newsletter. In this issue:

The 90% Rule. Measuring a community or shelter's lifesaving success.

No Kill Overnight. It is now vogue to hear that a community will be No Kill in five years. But how long should it take?

On the Shelf. Lee Rayburn, host of Air America Radio, reviews Redemption, a new book about animal sheltering that is "certain to raise the ire of the animal sheltering establishment."

Q&A Chicago Style. Angel Tales magazine in Chicago asks Nathan Winograd what it would take to create a No Kill nation.

No Kill Sheltering. Get the magazine for saving lives.

And more...

The No Kill Advocate Issue #4 for 2007 is available by clicking here. (Pop-up blocker must be disabled. Otherwise go to www.nokilladvocacycenter.org and click on "The No Kill Advocate.")

For more information about the No Kill Advocacy Center, click here.

To support No Kill efforts nationwide by making a secure online donation, click here. To donate by check, click here.



The No Kill Advocate E-Newsletter

The No Kill Advocate Issue #2 for 2007 is available by clicking here.

The No Kill Advocate is a free e-newsletter. In this issue:

Saving Pit Bulls in Shelters. Saving Pit Bulls requires a multi-prong approach that includes both short and long term strategies. First and foremost, however, it requires shelters to stop blaming the victims.

Five Steps to Increasing Adoptions. Read what some of the nation's most progressive shelters are doing to save lives.

CAPA of 2007. The No Kill Advocacy Center introduces model legislation for activists to pursue in their own community. It's goal? Legislating the "humane" back into "Humane Society."

A Tour of U.S. Shelters. A visual tour of how shelters are failing the animals who depend on them for their very lives.

The Power to Change. If your shelter has a high kill rate, the power to change the status quo is in your hands.

And more.

The No Kill Advocate Issue #2 for 2007 is available by clicking here. (Pop-up blocker must be disabled. Otherwise go to www.nokilladvocacycenter.org and click on "What's New.")

For more information about the No Kill Advocacy Center, click here.

To support No Kill efforts nationwide by making a secure online donation, click here. To donate by check, click here.

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