Nathan Winograd is a man on a mission - and he won't be deterred.
His new book, Redemption - The Myth Of Pet Overpopulation And The No Kill Revolution, is sparking controversy - and with any luck , a revolution - in how animals are treated and killed -that's right - killed - in our nation's shelters.
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AND -I have this say to all dog owners, get thee to a bookstore or Amazon.com and get yourself a copy of Redemption - immediately. And to all pitbull owners - I COMMAND you to get a copy immediately. For real.
The founder of the No Kill Advocacy Center, Mr. Winograd, a Stanford educated attorney and former prosecutor, as well as the former director at the San Francisco SPCA and the Tomkins County SPCA in upstate New York, clearly and intelligently makes the case for a No Kill Nation - a policy that helps raise the rate of adoptions and lower the rates of shelter killings.
Squirming In Their Seats
But the release of his new book, Redemption, coupled with a national book tour with stops in 17 cities across the country, seems to be making more than a just a few people at some large, national "animal protection" organizations just a teensy bit uncomfortable.
OK - make that a LOT uncomfortable. I'd say that the HSUS, PETA and the ASPCA are squirming in their seats over Redemption, as evidenced by .........