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Famed No-Kill Advocate to Speak at UB on Feb. 17

By Tony Farina

Nathan Winograd with cat.

Animal lovers and supporters of no-kill animal shelters will get an opportunity to hear from the national leader of the No Kill Movement, Nathan Winograd, who will talk about the movement he started during a presentation on Sunday, Feb. 17, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Center for the Arts on the UB North Campus.

The event is free and will be followed by a cocktail reception. Pre-registration is required to attend and people can register and find out more about the special appearance by Winograd by going to http://www.NoKillBuffaloNiagara.org
Winograd is an award winning author, founder and leader of the No Kill Advocacy Center (San Clemente, CA.) and his seminars have been called “a prerequisite for animal lovers, rescue groups and organizations that are serious about changing their communities to no kill.”

More than87 shelters in the United States are saving over 90 percent of all animals that enter their facility using Winograd’s No-Kill Equation. Winograd’s book “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 also the bible for the No Kill Movement which says that our nation can and must stop the killing.

We have written extensively in the Reporter about the efforts of local shelters to adhere to the No-Kill philosophy of sheltering championed by Winograd, especially in the wake of the terrible revelations of animal abuse that were exposed not long ago at the Niagara County SPCA, a shelter that now calls itself no kill.

We will have much more over the next few weeks on this upcoming special presentation by Winograd at UB, a must attend event for all animal lovers and rescue groups in Western New York.



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Jan 22 , 2013