Every year, No Kill Colorado supports an adoption event for Just One Day.  This year it will be June 8th 2019 on the beauitful Riverwalk in Pueblo, CO.

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June, 2001 Nathan Winograd took over as director of a kill shelter in Tompkins County New York. His first day as director was June 11th. From that day on, Tompkins did not kill a healthy or treatable homeless pet.

The premise of this day is to ask every single shelter statewide to dedicate all their resources to adoption for "Just One Day". So we celebrate this day by trying to empty shelters.

Since its beginning, Just One Day has grown each year, with the help of grassroots animal lovers who invite their animal shelters to try something new for Just One Day. And, each year lives are saved. And, each year, some shelters learn new things they can do to save more lives all year long. Each year, there is much to celebrate on the weekend near June 11, and many celebrations taking place all over. As we kick off preparations for Just One Day 2019, we want to make this the biggest bunch of parties to-date, so we are working to help make that happen.

No Kill Colorado is sponsoring this event in Pueblo on June 8, 2019

 

Intersted in your Own Just One Day event?

Joining the Pueblo event?

Volunteering for the Pueblo Event?

Or Sponsoring a Just One Day event?

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Steel City Alley Cats Coalition - Let's help them empty the shelter on June 9, 2018!

SCACC is a 501(c)3 animal welfare organisation in Pueblo Colorado founded in 2013.  They opened a new shelter this year.  They have plenty of cats and dogs for you to come adopt or foster.

They will be joined by Coopers Companions.  A 501(c)3 rescue also in Pueblo.

They have dogs and cats to adopt, a food pantry, TNR Resources, and help Pueblo citizens every day save homeless pets.

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Humane Society of Fremont County - Let's help them empty the shelter on June 8, 2019!

Saving lives is our business

The Humane Society of Fremont County is an independent, non-profit agency. Our agency is an open-admission animal shelter that provides animal-services to Fremont County CO, and the cities of Canon City, Florence, Williamsburg, Rockvale and Westcliffe, CO. We are not a division of the Fremont County government or the city of Cañon City, nor are we operated by or receive any funding whatsover by the Humane Society of the United States. We are an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) corporation and are governed by a board of directors.

2017 Save Rate - Animal Intakes: 1617

96.69% for Cats

99.79% for Dogs

100% for Others (rabbits, hamsters, birds, goats, roosters, etc) 

 

The HSFC received over 60 cats in two weeks in May.

The HSFC received over 60 cats in two weeks in May.

From Colorado Springs

Depart US-85 S / S Nevada Ave toward US-24 BL / E Colorado Ave
Keep straight onto CO-115 S
Take ramp for US-50 W
Turn left, and then immediately turn right onto E Main St
Turn left onto Rhodes Ave
Arrive at Rhodes Ave
The last intersection is E Main St
If you reach Countryside Ct, you've gone too far

Humane Society Adoption Center
110 Rhodes Ave, Canon City, CO 81212

Humane Society has plenty of kittens as well

Humane Society has plenty of kittens as well


Just One Day Celebrations from 2013 till today!

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