End Euthanasia of Healthy and Treatable Animals!
Every year, an estimated four to six million dogs and cats are euthanized in animal care and control facilities in the United States. This problem is pervasive, and it remains a source of shame for our country.
The American Humane Association's Getting to Zero┬« Initiative is a national undertaking based on the profound belief that, within our lifetime, American society can reduce to zero the number of healthy or treatable dogs, cats and other companion animals that are euthanized in animal care and control facilities.
This program will help identify, support and obtain funding for the replication of community-based interventions that have demonstrated success in reducing the euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals. These include adoption, foster care, spay/neuter, training, transfer and generally bringing community support where it is needed most.
Sign this petition today to support programs like American Humane's Getting to Zero┬« Initiative, because these animals all deserve a chance to live!
I support comprehensive community programs for eliminating the euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals, like The American Humane Association's Getting to Zero« Initiative.