ACVPM in epidemiology, found that commonly quoted figures underestimate the number shelters take in every year and overestimate the number of dogs those shelters euthanize
The cat had not been vaccinated for rabies and the owner opted to euthanize
her cat rather than go through a six-month strict quarantine, they said.
We want the cats to go back to the owners and go to good homes before we ever have to euthanize
I am sure that Donna Goyette of Worcester, whose letter, "Better to euthanize
than fix stray cats,'' appeared in the April 26 Telegram & Gazette, wants to do the right and humane thing, but she is mistaken in this case.
Some Texas animal shelters have until January to comply with a new law that bans the use of compressed carbon monoxide to euthanize
dogs and cats.
shelters today euthanize
three to four million animals, while there are more than 135 million cats and dogs in American homes.
Los Angeles may have to euthanize
an additional 11,000 animals in city shelters next year if Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the City Council go through with cuts that critics say will gut the city's animal services.
This means that even shelters that call themselves "no-kill" may, in fact, euthanize
animals that they deem to be unadoptable.