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An Update on the Asilomar Accords

To solve a problem, you have to know the numbers

It’s been more than four years since animal welfare leaders from around the country came together at a retreat center in California and drafted the Asilomar Accords, a set of guiding principles, shared definitions, and formulas for tracking live release rates from shelters.

The founders hoped to produce a uniform system of data collection and reporting so that shelters and other stakeholders can get a better understanding of the state of the homeless animal problem within their communities.

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