Austin fell recently to the scam of no kill. These "No Kill'er"s are very vocal and are getting what they want just to shut them up. Understand that if there is opposition it is usually those in the humane community, 501c3's, who rely on donations to exist. If they do speak against no kill then they are labeled "killers" because if you don't support no kill, then you must support killing. So the opposition sits in silence and let it happen. Are they guilty of aiding and abetting? Yes, they are but it is understandable to a degree.
Here's a tribute to "No Kill" in San Antonio where strays run rampant. I guess the new thing in no kill is if you leave them on the street, you won't have those in your euthanasia numbers.
The Mas Rudas Collective SAN ANTONIO - Art awareness month may be coming to a close, but one local exhibit could make a lasting impression on animal lovers around the community. The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Gallery is featuring an exhibit called “The Mas Rudas Collective” which features the life of a West Side dog.
The exhibition deals with the issue of stray dogs on the west side of town while also bringing attention to the fact that there are at least 100,000 stray dogs on the streets of San Antonio. This exhibition is free and runs through April 15 at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
You can even bring your dog!
Get more info at guadalupeculturalarts.org...