Jan 29, 2022 • 12M

This Week in Animal Protection

News and headlines for January 15 - January 28, 2022

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Nathan J. Winograd
For full episodes, visit nathanwinograd.substack.com/podcast. The 90% nationwide decline in shelter killing has been called “the single greatest success of the modern animal protection movement.” Join attorney, journalist, No Kill pioneer, and award-winning writer Nathan Winograd, who was at the center of that success — including creating the first No Kill community in the United States — on “This Week in Animal Protection.” Nathan and Jennifer, his wife and co-author, discuss animal sheltering, veganism, wildlife protection, companion animals issues, and more. Informative, engaging, and untethered from corporate “animal welfare” interests, they cover crucial issues in animal rights that no one else is talking about in ways that no one else is talking about them.
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“How am I gonna just put [him] back in the middle of the street? I’m not gonna do that.” Following a program called “Human Animal Support Services” (HASS), a growing number of animal shelters are telling people who find stray, lost, and abandoned dogs to leave them on the street. Some of them have turned up dead.

These are some of the stories making headlines in animal protection:

Food for thought:

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