No-Kill Hampton Roads invites citizens to learn HOW to reform animal control and save more homeless animal's lives.
No-Kill Hampton Roads, a group of united local citizens, seeks to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals in Hampton Roads shelters. No-Kill Hampton Roads aims to reform animal control in our area and push for the implementation of the No Kill Equation at our cities' shelters.
Animal advocates and interested citizens across Hampton Roads are invited to learn HOW.
May 22, 6:30PM
Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library
4100 Virginia Beach Blvd. Va. Beach
The group will be showing "Reforming Animal Control" a dynamic presentation webinar by Ryan Clinton, an attorney and well know animal advocate from Austin Texas.
In this 1.5 hour video, Clinton outlines the steps he took to transform Austin from a high kill, low save rate shelter system to a city that embraced the lifesaving No Kill Equation.
Our communities killed over 15,000 dogs and cats in 2011. No-Kill Hampton Roads wants to see at least 9 out of 10 dogs and cats leave each Hampton Roads shelter alive. This is entirely achievable when citizens insist that those are the results wanted and expected from our tax-payer and donor funded shelters.
For more information and to join No-Kill Hampton Roads visit www.nokillhr.org.
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