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August 04, 2011

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DIANE FRANCISCO

THE ANIMALS ARE GREAT TO ALL OF US ,,THEY HAVE TALENTS U DONT KNOW THE DOGS OR CATS HAVE TALENT FROM GOD ,, THEY ARE CREATURES OF GOD WHO MAKE THEM,..IF U HAVE PUPPY OR DOGS TRAING WELL AND FIND A HOME FOR LIKE NURSING HOME FOR OLDER PEOPLE WHO ENJOYED THE ANIMALS WHICH THEY MISS THEM IN THIER HEARTS AND GIVE THEM HEALING LIKE HANDICAPPED CHILDREN OR ADULTS WHO NEED LIKE WHO HAS WHEELCHAIR SO THE ANIMALS CAN HELP LIEK BLIND PEOPLE ,,ADOPTED CHILDREN TO HAVE PLAY OTHERS ..TRAINING FOR FIREMAN OR POLICE OR KG POLICE TO HELP ,, MY CONCERN ABOUT ANIMALS BUT TOO EXOPENSIVE FOR MEDICINE AND SURGEYR OR DENTAL WHO PEOPLE CANT AFFORD SHULD GIVE THEM CHEAPER TO HELP THEM INSURANCE ,,,I CANT AFFORD WE ARE LOW INCOME LIKE OTHERS TOOO AS DOG DRY FOOD SO EXPSENSIVE WHICL PEOPLE CANT AFFORD OR CANT AFFORD TO BUY DOGS OR CATS,, SHULD LET THEM LOW PRICES,, THE DOGS RO CAT SMART U DONT KNOW ,, I HAVE DOG WHOSAVE MY HUSBAND 8 TIMES AS DASCHUND MY HUSBAND IS DEAF AND DEMTINA WHO SAVE HIM,,,,

Ryan

Thanks Brent! It was great to see you in D.C., and I'm glad you've enjoyed the presentation. I hope this guide helps others effectively advocate for animals.

Best,
Ryan

arrowhead

well put together and a lot of important information packed into a small space. don't agree with everything ryan says (only 87.449%), but really like his writing and energy. like brent, he is a fabulous voice for the movement.

Hanna at Dog Products

I think the best solution for the No Kill Movement is not only involving politicians on every level (communal, city, state, federal) but also getting more celebrities to speak up — from the TV, film and music industries; from sports; from the fortune 500 companies, etc. Because these VIPs have huge numbers of fans who listen very closely and then mimic.

I think more incentives should go to creating many more rescue and foster organizations and certainly more funding should be allocated to the existing ones. All that requires a who lot more PR.

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