Redemption

Redemption Redemption Is The Story Of Animal Sheltering In The United States, A Movement That Was Born Of Compassion And Then Lost Its Way It Is The Story Of The No Kill Movement, Which Says We Can And Must Stop The Killing But Most Of All, It Is A Story About Believing In The Community And Trusting In The Power Of Compassion. This book was ridiculous This is a book to make the public feel better by blaming someone else His entire premise was that shelter workers want to kill animals Don t feel bad about getting rid of your pet, it s not your fault if he has to be put down, it s those unscrupulous shelter workers Working in a shelter is not a glamorous job by any stretch of the imagination It is a very physically and emotionally difficult job You have to be truly dedicated to get past the dirt and grime, the peo This book was ridiculous This is a book to make the public feel better by blaming someone else His entire premise was that shelter workers want to kill animals Don t feel bad about getting rid of your pet, it s not your fault if he has to be put down, it s those unscrupulous shelter workers Working in a shelter is not a glamorous job by any stretch of the imagination It is a very physically and emotionally difficult job You have to be truly dedicated to get past the dirt and grime, the people who surrender pets because they re bored with them, the animal cruelty cases, and yes, the heartbreak of hav
A good but not perfect book.Raises some good points, among them 1 originally, the SPCA was an group that went out halting incidence of cruelty neglect, and refused to take over city pounds because of the conflict between their save the animals mandate and the city pound kill unwanted animals functionis the SPCA s current shelter pound running a conflict of philosophies 2 in the old days, pounds and shelters could justify the killing of strays if not their barbaric methods as public sa A good but not perfect book.Raises some good points, among them 1 originally, the SPCA was an group that went out halting incidence of cruelty neglect, and refused to take over city pounds because of the conflict between their save the animals mandate and the city pound kill unwanted animals functionis the SPCA s current shelter pound running a conflict of philosophies 2 in the old days, pounds and shelters could justify the killing of strays if not their barbaric methods as public safety since there was no such thing as the Rabies vaccine but now that there is a vaccine against this horrible disease, why the rush to kill strays and cast offs rather than re homing them I mean, people donate enough alongside the admittedly small tax funding to finance greater efforts3 there are many life saving options that shelters can use never adopt an animal out without spaying neutering first, have hours that allow fo
This book is fantastic Nathan Winograd systematically and unapologetically rips the sheltering industry a new asshole, and then shows us all exactly what needs to be done to fix the mess He is not afraid to be held accountable for what he believes in, uses sound facts to state his case, and brings hope to a dismal and morbid reality Anyone who has animals, loves animals, volunteers with animals, or cares a whit about the
Nathan Winograd exposes false claims made by animal shelters, many of which aim to shelter people from non human animals According to Winograd, shelters vilify the public for a companion animal overpopulation, which does not in fact exist, and that if shelter s promoted themselves better, kept cleaner facilities, and were open for adoptionhours, then the public wouldlikely adopt animals at rates that shelter murder would not exist The author cites success stories of No Kill shelt Nathan Winograd exposes false claims made by animal shelters, many of which aim to shelter people from non human animals According to Winograd, shelters vilify the public for a companion animal overpopulation, which does not in fact exist, and that if shelter s promote
This had to be one of the best books exposing the myth of pet overpopulation I ve ever read In fact the ONLY one that exposes the status quo for standing by something that does not work What is even better is the author didn t just write about this he
at first this book was interesting, but I lost interest because of all the lawyer speak to dry too bad, it is an important subject. I have such mixed feelings about this book It starts off strong with allegations and statistics that are meant to shock and outrage you but it peeters out after that This book makes some amazing suggestions for shelters to move in the right direction of becoming No Kill I love the first chapter that tells the story of the founding of the first animal welfare groups in this country.I do have some problems with this author though First, and probably foremost, is that he talks in absolutes The I have such mixed feelings about this book It starts off strong with allegations and statistics that are meant to shock and outrage you but it peeters out after that This book makes some amazing suggestions for shelters to move in the right direction of becoming No Kill I love the first chapter that tells the story of the founding of the first animal welfare groups in this country.I do ha
Redemption is not an easy book, but it s an crucial one It s full of information, and for those who love animals, it s important information At this moment in time, with legislation concerning the number of pets we own and breed increasing daily, understanding what motivates the opposition in this complex issue is one of the keys to beating them But be prepared for some pain along the way some in the form of statistics, but most in the realization of how many animals could have been saved, if Redemption is not an easy book, but it s an crucial one It s full of information, and for those who love animals, it s important information At this moment in time, with legislation concerning the number of pets we own and breed increasing daily, understanding what motivates the opposition in this complex issue is one of the keys to beating them But be prepared for some pain along the way some in the form of statistics, but most in the realization of how many animals could have been saved, if shelters changed the way they were doing things Most of the book is an in depth explanation of the following quote In the final analysis, animals in shelters are not being killed because there are too many of them, because there are too few homes, or because the public is irresponsible A
This book is filled with information you definitely don t want to hear but desperately need to Nathan Winograd is a former criminal prosecutor who left the law profession years back to pursue his life s work of restoring America to a nation that does not use murder as a response to dealing with abandoned, feral, or homeless animals This account on how we as a nation have fallen into a immoral trap of killing detatches much of Winograd s own work which is substantial and groundbreaking to say This book is filled with information you definitely don t want to hear but desperately need to Nathan Winograd is a former criminal prosecutor who left the law profession years back to pursue his life s work of restoring America to a nation that does not use murder as a response to dealing with abandoned, feral, or homeless animals This account on how we as a nation have fallen into a immoral trap of killing detatches much of Winograd s own work which is substantial and groundbreaking to say the least and instead focuses on a number of elements of the pet sheltering institution namely the founding of the ASPCA by Henry Bergh as a no kill organization in the late 1800s, how it tragically moved away from this goal, how our shelters today use false claims of pet over population, inaccurate temperment tests, and even rabies to rationalize the slaughter of millions of companion animals a year, how animal rights groups like PETA have been major c
This was a very inspiring book with lots of important information It really changed the way I look at the humane movement, and I m still digesting some of the information I didn t know much about the No Kill movement s successes, and I m really surprised and excited to learn about what a few communities have achieved in terms of saving animals lives However, I really wish Winograd had collaborated with a professional writer This is such an important topic, but I m afraid that only those who This was a very inspiring book with lots of important information It really changed the way I look at the humane movement, and I m still digesting some of the information I didn t know much about the No Kill movement s successes, and I m really surprised and e

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  • Paperback
  • 257 pages
  • Redemption
  • Nathan J. Winograd
  • English
  • 04 July 2018
  • 0979074312