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  • July 1, 2014

    LA Stories

    How a variety of animal welfare groups in LA have worked to address issues both in and out of shelters, helping ensure better services for pet owners our field has often missed and working toward a city where no healthy or treatable animals are euthanized.

  • March 1, 2014

    Better Together

    Mission focus has driven some shelters to combine efforts and resources. From groups that have a productive history to those who were once at odds, animal welfare organizations are learning that they're often stronger when they unite. Though mergers are a complex undertaking, there are several key strategies that can help ease the transition and increase the likelihood of long-term success.

  • March 1, 2014

    Strength in Numbers

    How collaboration and shared data reduced euthanasia rates for the Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland and Oregon Humane Society.

  • January 1, 2014

    Success that's One of a Kind

    An Ohio couple's rescue goes from a former doughnut shop to an adoption center anchored by a spiraling tower for cats.

  • November 1, 2013

    The Wonder Down Under

    Animal Welfare League of Queensland in Australia uses Getting 2 Zero model to reduce euthanasia.

  • July 1, 2013

    The Road to Zero

    Peter Marsh’s latest book questions conventional wisdom in the sheltering world and presents data-driven strategies for eliminating shelter overpopulation.

  • July 1, 2013

    Mile-High Aspirations

    Proving that "working together works," a Denver-based animal welfare alliance has live-release rates on the rise. Find out how the 25-member group is making a difference for animals in their community.

  • March 1, 2013

    Success in San Antonio

    San Antonio Animal Care Services increased its live-release rate from a meager 10 percent in 2006 to 61 percent in 2012. Find out how the shelter orchestrated this remarkable turnaround!

  • January 1, 2013

    Restaurants for Rescue

    The owners of the Stray Cat Café and the Lost Dog Café in Arlington, VA, funnel profits generated from their popular pet-themed restaurants to support the lifesaving work of a local dog and cat rescue.

  • January 1, 2013

    Yes, In Our Backyard

    Not too long ago, many shelters regarded TNR programs with suspicion, worrying that the cats wouldn’t fare well. Now the practice is widely accepted, and some shelters even host feral colonies on their own property.

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