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Friday, February 22, 2008

Is anyone reading Redemption:The Myth of Pet Overpopulation and the No Kill Revolution in America? Let's discuss it!

I am reading this book slowly. It is very hard for me to read too much at one time. The accusations are very surprising and I am angered by them. I would like to get a discussion going on this book. I have read some negative things about Nathan Winograd and one of his colleagues. If you have any personal experience with Mr. Winograd, I would love to hear it.

1 comment:

  1. I've read Winograd's book as well, and agree it was frustrating at times.

    It's difficult for animal lovers when we learn that organizations we've respected as leaders in the animal welfare movement have really been working to undermine progress. Groups like the Humane Society for the United States and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals are more interested in preserving the status quo of killing. That way they can continue to drum up donations when they highlight horror stories. The needs of the animals takes a back seat to fund raising.

    Unfortunately, many "conflict fund raising" advocacy groups get similarly corrupted by money.

    But in the end, I think Winograd's message is a very positive one... there is a proven path to saving animals. It's up to us if we want to pursue it, or if we are going to be misled by the smear campaign coming from the defenders of the status quo.


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