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Tuesday October 22nd, 2019

Don't Fear FeLV Webinar

Listen and learn from feline leukemia experts Monica Frenden and Natascha Hamman on the next frontier of feline lifesaving: FeLV cats.

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Saturday October 19th, 2019

Turning No Kill Lessons into Law

Now, in a first ever move, Austin became became a model for complete transparency with the public. Austin City Council passed the most comprehensive set of laws to protect animals in the country.

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Monday October 7th, 2019

Surprise! This Overlooked Group of Pets May Be Your Most Adoptable

Many organizations are still struggling to get senior and geriatric pets adopted or fostered. Here are some easy, proven ways to reduce length of stay and increase the live release rate of your older pets.

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Saturday September 28th, 2019

Rescues to the Rescue: 13 Ideas to Increase Lifesaving and Engagement in Your Community

What is the role of rescue groups in lifesaving? In part 1 of this 2 part series, we share 13 ideas for rescue groups to increase lifesaving and engagement in their communities.

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Wednesday September 25th, 2019

Saving FeLV Cats: Your FeLV Questions Answered

Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on FeLV.

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Friday September 20th, 2019

5 Reasons to Send Ringworm Pets to Foster and Adoptive Homes

Ringworm should never be reason for euthanizing pets, but it should also not hold shelters or rescues back from sending pets to foster or adoptive homes. 

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Wednesday September 18th, 2019

Want to be a No Kill Leader?

If you have the passion and drive to build a future in which homeless pets’ lives are protected in shelters, you need to find a job where your lifesaving ideas will receive support from your leadership.

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Friday September 13th, 2019

Nine Groups of Savable Pets Still At Risk in Most Animal Shelters

In an average animal shelter, you are likely to hear from staff and leadership that they are saving most, if not all of the, ‘healthy and treatable’ animals in their care. Sadly, in the majority of shelters, animals that are classified as ‘unhealthy ...

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