About No Kill
Key indicators that we advise all animal welfare donors consider when planning their charitable giving.
The No Kill movement is prompting people around the country to get involved, save lives and change the status quo.
PAWS Chicago is proud to be part of the No Kill movement that has challenged the methods of traditional animal sheltering.
The story of animal sheltering, rise of No Kill, and outlining the future for homeless pets.
PAWS Chicago is part of a No Kill revolution that started in San Francisco in 1994 and is now sweeping across the nation.
Before making the decision to adopt from or donate to an animal shelter, the key is to truly know how a shelter defines No Kill.
PAWS Chicago’s No Kill model is spreading across the nation, and even in foreign countries.
A proposed law would cause shelters to work harder to save more animals by stopping misrepresentation of animals
Richard Avanzino built the first No Kill city as a Director of the San Francisco SPCA and became the first President of Maddie’s Fund.