nothing like a good example, a role model, when it comes to helping
people realize we don't have to be forced to accept "business
you know about a shelter where director and staff have a passion
for saving lives, where daily operations reflect compassion
at every step, please let us know: email@example.com.
look forward to the day this page has become the biggest on our
Top Three Shelters in the United States
three No Kill shelters have been regarded by many animal welfare
activists as the best in the country according to their standards
of evaluation. All three are open admission, meaning they don't
close their doors when their cages are full.
Nevada Humane Society.
of Tompkins County in Ithaca, NY is dedicated to preserving
life, preventing animal cruelty and overpopulation and promoting
responsible pet guardianship.
SPCA in Charlottesville, VA contracts for animal control and
sheltering in Charlottesville, VA. Historically it was the subject
of relentless criticism for poor customer service, inadequate
animal care, and unnecessary killing; but, after hiring a new
director who embraced the No Kill paradigm, in 2006 the shelter
saved over 90 percent of all dogs and cats even though the new
director had NO prior shelter experience! Today this shelter remains
committed to providing a safe haven for lost, abandoned, and homeless
animals and placing them in loving homes.
Programs for Saving Homeless Animals
Friends Animal Society lists the following model city-wide and
for NYC's Animals
County SPCA (also listed above)
No More Homeless
Pets in Utah
No More Homeless
Pets in the Triad
the Best Friends Network!
to top of page