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Our new logo and our new shirts are in. You can get yours starting at just $25 (Shipping is free!)
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NO KILL COLORADO - What's Next?
Just One Day June 9, 2018
Its that time of year when we get ready for the Just One Day Adoption event. Every year we ask shelters and rescue on Colorado to host an adoption event. The goal is for Just One Day no healthy or treatable pet is killed in Colorado.
If we can do it one day, we can do it the next, and the next.
This year on June 9, 2018, we will be hosting events in Pueblo and Canon City.
We're excited to be working with two shelters and one rescue directly. But there is room for more. If you are having a Just One Day event, let us know, and we will send you our volunteer shirts for participating.
This year we have again partnered with the Humane Society of Fremont County for their event in Canon City Colorado. They have this event every year for the past 4 years. We welcome them as arguably the best open admission shelter in Colorado!
Next is Steel city Cats in Pueblo Colorado. Steel City just opened a few months ago and is having a full blown adoption party.
Joining Steel Cats in Pueblo is Coopers Companions. Come to these events and see wonderful pets for adoption, and more.
Want more information. Contact us!
You can always donate below to No Kill Colorado to help Make Colorado the Safest State for Homeless Pets every day. Our work there continues....
All donations to No Kill Colorado will go directly to life saving via programs of the No Kill Equation.
No Kill Statistics
- About 8 million animals enter shelters every year.
- Approximately 2.6 million animals (32%) are killed (22% of dogs and 45% of cats).
- Roughly 30 million acquire a new companion animal every year.
- Only 1-2% of shelter animals are irremediably suffering.
- One million people live in communities saving between 98% and 99% of dogs and cats in their shelters.
- About 10 million people live in communities saving between 90% and 99% of dogs and cats in their shelters.
- Over 40 million people live in communities saving at least 80% of dogs and cats in their shelters.