People from all across the nation reach out to us regarding asking us for guidance on becoming No Kill.  We’ll share the trials and triumphs in the journey to becoming No-Kill

It’s now been eight years since something of a revolution began in Austin, when a group of passionate volunteers set out to do what most other people thought was not possible. We decided that every healthy and treatable dog and cat that arrived in Austin’s city shelter would be saved and adopted out. We were determined to make Austin a No Kill City. There was a long way to go. In the year leading up to our beginning, during one hot June in 2008, we had seen over 13,000 puppies, kittens, dogs and cats die needlessly in the shelter. That had to change.

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