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Colorado Animal Shelters top 100,000 Dog & Cat Adoptions in 2015

Colorado Animal Shelters top 100,000 Dog & Cat Adoptions in 2015 Milestone reached for the first time ever, but there is still much work to be done. Denver CO June 6, 2016, (eReleases) — Colorado shelters surpassed 100,000 dog and cat adoptions for the first time ever according to statistics […]

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PACFA Dog Transfer Numbers Shows Colorado can be a No Kill State

Dog Transfers into Colorado shows we can be a No Kill State I will look at cats in another post. Cats deserve more attention according to our PACFA statistics. We are not saving cats at the rate we are saving dogs. But statistics get more complicated with more variables, so I […]

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2013 Review for the Humane Society for Fremont County Live Release Rates

Colorado PACFA Statistics for 2013 I recently got a hold of the PACFA statistics for 2013 for Colorado shelters and rescues reporting on outcomes for homeless pets. The overall numbers are truly encouraging. We had another improvement on the state save rates for the several years in a row. There […]

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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Why are there Opponents to a Ballot to Save Colorado Shelter Pets ?

On Thursday April 17, there were presentations by Juliet Piccone (Saving Colorado Shelter Pets) and Lisa Pedersen (Colorado Federation of Animal Welfare ) presenting opposing views to the Saving Colorado Shelter Pets Act . I think there is some misunderstanding on what it is being asked: a reasonable ballot proposal called the […]