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If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of companion animals and would like to help, please email us using our contact us page. You will receive notices about how you can help make Lincoln No Kill (90% live release rate).

We are also seeking advisory committee members.

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A message from The No Kill Advocacy Center

This year, some four million dogs and cats will be killed in shelters. The vast majority can and should be placed into loving homes or should never enter shelters in the first place. But there is hope.

No Kill sheltering models, based on innovative, non-lethal programs and services, have already saved the lives of tens of thousands of animals. But instead of embracing No Kill, many shelters—and their national agency allies—cling to their failed models of the past, models that result in the killing of millions of dogs and cats in U.S. shelters every year.

No Kill is a revolution. And behind every revolution is a declaration—a statement of grievances, and a listing of rights and principles that underscore our great hope for the future. We assert that a No Kill nation is within our reach—that the killing can and should be brought to an end. Join us in endorsing The Declaration of the No Kill Movement in the United States at

We can do better...... Action Center

Shelter Reform Article:

Go to What’s in a Name?

Shelter Reform Article:

Go to What’s in a Name?

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Pit bulls were 32% of U.S. shelter inventory in June 2014 according to the annual ANIMALS 24-7 shelter dog survey. Pit bull holdings at no-kill facilities increased six fold to 26%.  Details: Click Here