Houston City’s Proposed Site For New Animal Facility: A Very Bad Choice

City of Houston’s planned pet adoption facility will mean death to many animals in many ways by Bett Sundermeyer, No Kill Houston
The city of Houston recently announced plans to build an “animal campus”, including a 30,000 square foot pet adoption facility, at Gragg Park (2999 S. Wayside).

Interview on No Kill With Nathan Winograd

  Nathan Winograd, author of Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation & The No Kill Revolution in America, recently visited Houston on March 28 to conduct a seminar about the No Kill revolution. Nathan sat down with activist Bett Sundermeyer to share his thoughts with Houston PetTalk readers. This in an excerpt of the interview. […]

“No Kill” Seminar Tickets On Sale

Animal shelter expert, Nathan Winograd will present a “Building a No Kill Community” seminar that has been known to successfully reduce the kill rate at some shelters down to zero.  This seminar is open to citizens and animal shelter personnel from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, on Saturday, March 28, 2009, in the South Texas […]

BARC Update By Houston PetTalk Reader Bett Sundermeyer

  After much public outrage, letters, faxes and emails over an “interim measure” which prohibited the transfer of previously quarantined, safe, bite and scratch case animals, Barbara Sudhoff, interim Bureau Chief at BARC again changed the policy to once more allow these animals to be transferred to rescue groups.  In addition, these animals will now be […]

“No Kill” At Montgomery County Shelter? Read This!

Montgomery County Animal Control and Shelter will try to become a no-kill facility for one month.