Denver CO

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Should we kill homeless pets on the 1st day they come to the shelter?

Should we kill homeless pets on the 1st day they come to the shelter? How many days should a homeless pet stay at an animal shelter before killing them? Earlier this year I was approached by a person that worked for a state lobbying organization and told (not even asked) […]

Houston Needs to Embrace the No Kill Equation and Stop Using Colorado as its Soluion to Homeless Pets

Transferring is a great way to save lives. Moving homeless pets from an overcrowded shelter to another shelter, foster or rescue that has room is a great way to utilize other resources to save lives until a new adopter can be found. I completely support this. But I am little […]

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Life Saving Weekend in Antonito

Today and tomorrow there is a life affirming initiative taking place in Antonito Colorado.  This small community of 800 had strays wandering the streets and surrounding areas of the town.  Animal control was essentially non-existent.  There is no shelter within 30 miles of the town, and none responsible to take […]

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Misdirection, No Direction, Working Hard to NOT Save Lives in Fremont County

The gross misdirection the Humane Society of Fremont County uses under current management to get money and resources for the shelter is so blatantly apparent.  Yet little action is being taken by people with the power to make change.  What is it going to take to make these people see […]

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Stop the Humane Society of Fremont County Timeline 2013

We have a lot of new folks (over 800 in three weeks). Clearly, people care about homeless pets in Canon City and Fremont County.  With the probable exception of the people currently in charge of the shelter.  First time people come on to the page they have a lot of questions.   […]