The Toledo Blade recently covered Winograd.
No-Kill Advocacy Center hosted a conference this past weekend for about 400 activists from around the country. A small band of people in the scheme of things but they are getting results and those are showing up in unlikely places. Below is a quote from the Toledo Blade article, which summarizes the excellent results nicely. (They also mention Animal Farm Foundation, a favorite group of mine in the Hudson Valley -- and the makers of the most excellent shelter dog note cards!)
I'm compiling a list of no-kill shelter success stories and will share those soon.
These shelters are found in the North, South, East, and West. They are found in rural and metropolitan communities. The secret to transforming a high kill shelter to a No Kill shelter virtually overnight is to follow a series of eleven steps known as the No Kill equation. No Kill shelters are defined as shelters where 90% or more of animals leave the shelter alive. In such a model, shelters only euthanize irredeemably suffering animals, or truly vicious animals that threaten the community.