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No Kill Colorado Monthly Meeting - Special Guest: Every Creature Counts

6:30-7:00pm Meeting, Greeting and Networking
7-9pm Presentations with Q&A


Special Guest: Every Creature Counts
Angelique Martinez, Foster Coordinator
Lisa Martin, Foster Parent


Every Creature Counts established their foster program in 1992 to provide care for puppies, dogs, cats and kittens. They provide medical care and socialization opportunities. ECC operates a shelter with a low cost spay/neuter clinic in Fort Lupton.
Having a Foster Program is a crucial element of the No Kill Equation.
Please invite friends, family and colleagues.
A No Kill Colorado NOW!



 

 

http://signon.org/sign/tell-colorado-governor.fb23?source=s.fb&r_by=7012541

If you have signed, thanks. After you sign, please invite 10 friends.

Tell Colorado Governor Hickenlooper to support “Just One Day” on June 11, 2013 by urging all Colorado animal shelters to not euthanize any animals for Just One Day.

According to Colorado Department of Agriculture statistics for fiscal year 2011, Colorado animal shelters euthanized 31,751 animals. Many of these animals were adoptable and needlessly died. On June 11, 2013, animal shelters across the U.S. are taking a pledge to not kill any savable animals for Just One Day. We are asking for Official Colorado support for Just One Day, encouraging all of Colorado’s shelters to market their animals to the public, aggressively partner with rescue groups, host special adoption events that have discounted and affordable rates, stay open for extended hours, and ask their communities to help them empty the shelter in the best way possible, where no animals die.

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