Fighting for animal liberation and an end to speciesism
Brevard County Florida is pursuing no-kill in the two open admission kennels. This
was started two years ago. I can't find any information, anywhere, as to the progress of the
movement. Is the 2010 kill rate still 61%, as was in 2007 ? I have been a volunteer about a year
at the South Animal Adoption and Care Center. I know the staff, and other volunteers, but
nobody seems to know much of anything regarding progress after two years of no-kill pursuit.
I feel we need to form an oversight committee to demand accountability as a wedge
against backsliding on the no-kill agenda by the shelter director and others.
As a volunteer I walk dogs, and sleocialize them, as to hopefully make them more adoptive. The 2 Brevard county-run shelters in all reality is Doggie Death Row. Adoptable pets
are still being killed continually for space.
The pet-loving public of Brevard County wants change. Anyone want to work with me
forming an oversight committee? Contact Bob Doll @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy to meet you. I live in Hillsborough County and never heard of Brevards no-kill concept. Glad you want to help facilitate a change. I am not able to help you but I am glad to know this information. I wish you much luck with continuing this pursuit.
Ms. Blake, you can find all the information concerning the No-Kill Revolution in an excellent book written
by Nathan Winograd called "Redemption". It's available from Amazon over the net. This book is the blueprint
for shelter reform. Bob Doll.