The No Kill Controversy

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There is a schism in the animal welfare community concerning the concept of “no kill.” While the elimination of the need to euthanize animals for want of homes has long been a goal of the humane movement, the more recent No Kill movement, as described by Nathan Winograd and organizations such as No Kill Advocacy Center, represent distinct priorities and assumptions that are not necessarily in the best interest of the animals.

We are deeply concerned that the public is being misled, and that animals are being harmed. After careful consideration and much research on the topic, both in the field and through various media sources, we are dedicating ourselves to providing clear information on what the “no kill” movement really is, and what it means to animals and the people who love them.

We will post more detail and resources in the next few days, but the link below provides an excellent overview:

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