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Animal Sheltering

JULY / AUGUST 2011

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Scoop

  • Huge effort in Texas rescues Noah’s Ark of animals, including big cats and 200-plus rottweilers
  • An Indiana shelter is always eager to help when pets—and those who protect them—need a hand
  • Telethons reap rewards, boost adoptions, and showcase shelter programs to the community
  • Michigan resident targets pet stores supplied by unethical breeding operations
  • Is a nonprofit/government merger good for your community?

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Coffee Break

What are some of your favorite programs to help cats?

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Here for a Reason

One dog’s story should remind us to rally around all homeless animals, not just the ones with dramatic backgrounds

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Getting Real

The ASV Guidelines in Real Life, Part Two: Serving Up Enrichment to the Dogs at Austin Humane Society

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A New Day for Fight-Bust Dogs

Advocates push the individual approach for dogs rescued from fighting operations

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Spot-Cleaning Cat Cages

These days, beating germs doesn’t always mean a bleach bath

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Battling Shelter Overpopulation—by the Numbers

Author Peter Marsh advocates a data-driven approach to reducing euthanasia

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After the Adoption

Are you liable for what happens once an animal leaves your shelter?

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Kitty in Their Hands

Bringing out the best behaviors in kittens

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Going Mobile

A new smartphone application gives people access to everything a Kansas City, Mo., shelter has to offer— especially adoptable pets!