Big cities across America are approaching or surpassing the no-kill benchmark, getting us closer to the 2025 goal.
Partnerships between nonprofit animal welfare groups and private-practice vet clinics are changing the lives of people with pets.
Lawmakers hear testimony to include $50 million in budget to take the state to no-kill
Southern Utah University and Best Friends team up to offer nation’s first university-backed leadership program
Best Friends now offers an Executive Leadership Certification (ELC) program in animal welfare backed by SUU.
It's time to embrace the positive changes in animal welfare that are speeding up exponentially.
It’s taken time, but trap-neuter-return with return-to-field has come to be accepted as the way to humanely control of community cat populations.
Dallas Animal Services, one of the largest municipal shelters in the U.S., reports a save rate above 90 percent in both December 2018 and January 2019.
Number of animals killed in shelters drops to record low; number of no-kill communities nearly doubles as the country gets closer to no-kill by 2025
Collaboration and better data result in a record-breaking national save rate as well as information on where to focus efforts to Save Them All.
Community-wide 90 percent save rate is a rejection of the catch-and-kill model, an indicator of application of no-kill policies and is a threshold, not an end goal.