Friday, November 8, 2013

New report discloses San Francisco not friendly to animals

New Report: Status of Animal Shelter Animals in San Francisco has been published by Fix San Francisco.

" is a grassroots campaign working to re-energize the vision of San Francisco as a no-kill city. We are seeking to network with like-minded people, city agencies, non-profits and rescue groups. Our goal is to ensure that animals with treatable medical conditions and behavior issues have the opportunity to be adopted into good homes."

"San Francisco has a long-standing goal of protecting the welfare of our shelter animals. The No Kill movement began here, in San Francisco."

"Now, over 200 communities across the US save more than 90% of the shelter animals (i.e., all healthy
and treatable animals), but San Francisco is not one of them."

"Many animals with treatable conditions continue to be killed at San Francisco Animal Care and Control."

"FixSanFrancisco new report, "Status of Shelter Animals in San Francisco", provides an analysis of the issues and makes recommendations for how to save all healthy and treatable shelter animals in San Francisco."

"The full report and the supplemental data are available here: Status of Shelter Animals in San Francisco Appendix to Status of Animals in San Francisco. Please pass it along to anyone you think may be interested!"

Webinar with Animal Farm Foundation will discuss high kill California shelters.

Caitlin Quinn of Animal Farm Foundation will lead a WEBINAR just for California Pets Alive! and their friends on Sat, Nov 9 (10-11:30).  We've asked Caitlin to help us become better advocates for pit-bull type dogs, which are the most common breed of dog killed in California shelters.  

Please REGISTER and SHARE with your friends.  

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