In order to bring attention to the plight of homeless cats and dogs in Colorado, No Kill Colorado created a petition to bring this to the attention of Governor John Hickenlooper and the state and local government of Colorado. This morning, we received our 6000th signature.
Rescue One Dog believes 2013 is a turning point in Colorado for homeless pets. We hope local and state Governments support shelters and rescues working hard to save all homeless pets. But it comes down to you. Please go to http://www.nokilldenver.org/no-kill-actions-for-change/just-one-day-volunteer-form/ if you can help us with our Just One Day event. We would like to make that the safest day in for homeless pets in Colorado history, and start making every day from then on, one where these animals are safe from harm in our shelters.
Just One Day is primarily about animal shelters across the USA taking a pledge not to kill any savable animals on June 11, 2013. For Just One Day, “Euthanasia Technicians” will put down their syringes and pick up cameras. They will photograph them and post them on the Internet, on Facebook, on twitter. On June 11, 2013, they will market their animals to the public, they will reach out to rescue groups, they will host adoption events with discounted rates, they will stay open for extended hours, and they will ask their communities to help them empty the shelter the good way.
If you can help out, please let us know and go to http://www.nokilldenver.org/no-kill-actions-for-change/just-one-day-volunteer-form/
Volunteer, and start helping Colorado the safest place for homeless pets in America.