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Animal Sheltering

JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2011

Articles

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Scoop

  • College combats bunny overpopulation with a TNR/adoption program
  • A spay/neuter veterinarian takes his commitment to ending pet homelessness to new heights
  • Social events for the small and fuzzy—and their fans—bring in the money
  • A bizarre cruelty case leads to a new home for New York’s “marinated” cat
  • Association guides people after the death of a pet
  • An unusual partnership brings an animal shelter and emergency evacuation site inside prison walls
  • A new vision from SAWA

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Coffee Break

In your space, you told us about the most amazing transformations you’ve seen during your animal welfare work.

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A License to Succeed

Calgary’s program brings in money and saves lives by showing the value of those metal tags

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Sweating the Small Stuff

What does it take to run a progressive, lifesaving animal shelter? HSUS Shelter Services teams provide a tailored road map

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Can You Hear Me Now?

Shelters turn down the volume with nifty design, cool construction, and enrichment programs

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Gold Standards—and Bare Minimums

Shelter veterinarians promote a road map to ensuring the “five freedoms” in animal shelters

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The Kindest Cut of All

Spaying and neutering young kittens and puppies

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Avoiding the Bait and Switch

Make sure your promises to prospective volunteers match reality

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I Feel Kitty, Oh So Kitty

A new Web-based system drives users to shelter websites—to play with cats in real time