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Texas Animal Shelters and Rescues Take the Just One Day Pledge

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June 11, 2012 What is the Just One Day Pledge? “What is a day? There are many ways to answer that question. A day is 24 hours. A day is how we measure how much time we spend at work. A day can be something we look forward to, a celebration of some kind. But
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Pilot Point Animal Shelter Achieves 96% Save Rate

pilot point animals shelter dogs saved by no kill actions photo

1 June 2012 I met Stephen Plyler at the DFW No Kill Workshop in March. A volunteer, he had been hard at work to transform his city’s animal shelter to no kill. At the workshop, Stephen took a lot of notes and asked questions during our Q&A session; he has continued his hard work and the
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Shelter Resolution Challenge by Frisco City Councilman Bob Allen

May 14, 2012 Great news for the Collin County shelter animals! Frisco City Councilman, Bob Allen, is taking the lead for positive shelter change. We need more elected officials like Councilman Allen to take the lead in their communities! Nice work by all the volunteers working hard to save the shelter animals in their community!
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No Kill – Achieving Success Despite The Obstacles!

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May 4, 2012 No Kill: It’s not easy, but the rewards are incomparable! Building a no kill community … is not easy. Maintaining a no kill community … is not easy. But, no kill communities do not do it because it is easy. They do it because it is the right thing to do. As
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Building a No Kill Community – No Experience Needed

no kill workshop speakers cheryl schneider, michael kitkoski, sgt karl bailey, patty alexander, and dr ellen jefferson

May 3, 2012 Increase the live save rate of animals in your Community – no experience needed Texas has several no kill communities; interesting to note about four is that the leadership that transformed these communities to no kill do not have a career shelter professional resume. In fact, they have no expertise in managing
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DFW No Kill Workshop Schedule

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JOIN US as we gather in North Texas March 10 with the shared vision and goal of revolutionizing our communities to implement life-saving shelter pet programs! Approximately 200,000 animals die each year in North Texas open-admission, taxpayer funded animal shelters. 200,000! However, a no kill nation, a no kill Texas, is within our reach. The Dallas /
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A Prayer for Street Kitties


January 29, 2012 A SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL POEM about the cats and kitties that are born, live, and die on the streets. In animal rescue, they are called feral cat colonies. If like the author of this poem, you wish to learn more about caring for the feral cats in your community and managing the colony
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The Inspirational Impact Dr Martin Luther King Jr Has on Pawsitively Texas

Martin Luther King Jr Tribute on Pawsitively Texas

Originally written January 16, 2012 – Updated January 20, 2014 Righting American Wrongs America pauses this week to remember and honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A brave man guided by his moral convictions to advocate change for the civil rights of a people that had long been abused, oppressed, and held back. He knew
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I Need Your Help

alva founder of pawsitively texas

January 5, 2012 As you may know, Pawsitively Texas is hosting a No Kill Workshop in Dallas/Ft Worth for all that want to learn more about saving the lives of shelter pets. On March 10, 2012, we’ll meet at the Addison Conference Centre in Addison, Texas. We have a stellar speaker line-up including national no
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Pawsitively Thankful …

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November 23, 2011 I  wanted to take a moment and let you know how very thankful and grateful I am to the amazing people that make up the Pawsitively Texas and animal rescue communities. We share a photo, a story of a dog, cat, and occasionally livestock in need, and this wonderful community fueled by
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