Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation and the No Kill Revolution in America

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Almaden Books, 2007 - Nature - 229 pages
18 Reviews
Redemption is the story of animal sheltering in the United States, a movement that was born of compassion and then lost its way. It is the story of the 'No Kill' movement, which says we can and must stop the killing. But most of all, it is a story about believing in the community and trusting in the power of compassion.

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Review: Redemption: The Myth Of Pet Overpopulation And The No Kill Revolution In America

User Review  - Aspasia - Goodreads

Our local newspaper ran an article a few weeks about the kill rate at our local animal shelter; the rate is between 60-70%! I was shocked and appalled by these numbers. I researched our animal shelter ... Read full review

Review: Redemption: The Myth Of Pet Overpopulation And The No Kill Revolution In America

User Review  - Karla Bentcover - Goodreads

Redemption is an interesting and thought-provoking read - however, a little too black-and-white in it's approach. Winograd's claims of overpopulation being a myth are not supported by actual facts ... Read full review

Contents

To the Reader
1
Lost in the Wilderness
107
Cooption
128
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Nathan J. Winograd (San Clemente, CA), a graduate of Stanford Law School and former criminal prosecutor, is director of the national No Kill Advocacy Center. This is his first book. Nathan J. Winograd is the director of the No Kill Advocacy Center. His work has been featured in Reader's Digest, USA Today, Cat Fancy, and Best Friends, and newspapers from all over the country. Nathan J. Winograd is the Director of the national No Kill Advocacy Center. He is a graduate of Stanford Law School, a former criminal prosecutor and corporate attorney, was director of operations for the San Francisco SPCA and executive director of the Tompkins County SPCA, two of the most successful shelters in the nation. He has spoken nationally and internationally on animal sheltering issues, has written animal protection legislation at the state and national level, has created successful No Kill programs in both urban and rural communities, and has consulted with a wide range of animal protection groups including some of the largest and best known in the nation.

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