SAVE THEM ALL--This call to action of Best Friends Sanctuary of Utah pretty much says it all for me. Some people would say this is an impossible dream.
Here's what the Best Friends web site says about that:
"Is the goal to Save Them All realistic? Absolutely. When Best Friends was founded in 1984, some 17 million animals died every year in our nation’s shelters. Today, that number is down to about two million. We believe that by working together, we can reduce that number to zero [by 2025]. For more than 30 years, Best Friends has been working to end the killing by running innovative grassroots programs, supporting spay/neuter and trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs, promoting shelter adoptions, fighting puppy mills and breed-discriminatory laws, educating the public about animal issues, holding major adoption events, and conducting both large- and small-scale animal rescues. Best Friends also leads the No More Homeless Pets Network, which brings together more than 1,900 animal welfare organizations across the country to help save as many lives as possible. Together, we won’t stop until we Save Them All."
Angel Canyon, located in Kanab, Utah, is the home of Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and nearly 1,600 homeless animals. Their web site is <https://bestfriends.org>.