No Kill Stamford CT

All homeless pets deserve love and a home.
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Stamford Citizens Call for No Kill Equation

The citizens of Stamford, CT are calling on our elected state officials, city officials and the Animal Control Task Force to implement the "No Kill Equation" at Stamford animal control.


The "No Kill Equation" is a humane, sustainable, cost-effective model that works hand in hand with public health and safety, while fulfilling a fiscal responsibility to taxpayers.


Today, shelters collectively representing about 500 cities and towns across America, including those in Kentucky, Virginia, Indiana, Utah, California, New York, Texas and elsewhere, are saving animals and as high as 99%, using the programs and services of the “No Kill Equation”. Connecticut lags behind the rest of the country.


To see just some of the hundreds of No Kill communities:

http://www.nokilladvocacycenter.org/shelter-reform/success/


No Kill is:

  • 95% Minimum Adoption Rate
  • Public Health and Safety as vicious dogs are not adopted
  • Fiscal Responsibility to Taxpayers
  • Improved Public Satisfaction with Government

To see the programs and service of the No Kill Equation, please click here.





Take Action: 


2) E-mail the Task Force here.

3) E-mail/phone your elected state officials here.

Mayor Martin: You said you would sign the No Kill petition; keep your promise to the animals, and to the tax payers who love them.

Contact Your CT State Senate & House of Representatives 


Contact your Senators and Representatives and ask them to implement the "No Kill Equation" at the Stamford shelter immediately.  


For info on the officials and their contact details click here. 


Send an e-mail, pick up the phone, go meet them in person, speak out for the animals!  We are all they have!



If you have questions about the "No Kill Equation", want to know how to get involved or anything else "No Kill" related....

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