The following is the text of a No Kill Solutions article provided by Nathan Winograd at the Conference, that explains some of the key concepts inherent in the movement
“There is only one legitimate definition of No Kill.
It is a community where:
• Healthy dogs and cats are saved;
• Treatable dogs and cats are saved; and,
• Healthy and treatable feral cats are saved”.
To read the rest of this No Kill Solutions article, please go here…..
Here is a message from a well-wisher in the US:
“The no kill movement is about COMMUNITIES, not individual shelters, although it usually starts with the leadership and inspiration of a specific organization. That organization can be animal control, it can be a private shelter, and it can even be a group of citizen reformers!
Good luck to Australia becoming a No Kill nation!”
Please let us know what chance you think that we can build our own No Kill movement here in Australia?
What ideas do you have to share that could spread the word as fast and as widely as possible??
Have you read Redemption, by Nathan Winograd yet? It’s a must read!
What are your thoughts on the US definition that says that “feral cats” should be saved? Is that relevant in the Australian context of threats to native animals? Let us know your views!