North Carolina to End Use of Gas Chambers for Euthanasia

December 09, 2014 North Carolina to End Use of Gas Chambers for Euthanasia Not long ago, shelters in dozens of North Carolina’s counties killed homeless animals in carbon monoxide gas chambers. Starting February 2015, that will end. Last week the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services issued a new policy statement that relies on formal…

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Money is Important for Political Campaigns

Money is important for political campaigns.  This is something that our opposition has always known, ​but the animal welfare movement is just now catching up.  It is hard for animal advocates to understand how anyone could vote for someone that is against responsible care for all animals, at least that is how we see it….

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POLITICS CAN BE INTIMIDATING, BUT THEY DON’T HAVE TO BE!

Let’s face the facts, politics can be intimidating. We have learned in the past 5 years that legislation is not a spectator sport for animal welfare. Animal Advocates cannot sit back and watch bills become laws. There is too much opposition in our legislature for responsible care for animals, so we have to step up…

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