For animal rescue, it is out-of-state transport, spay/neuter programs and adoption. It takes all three working together without arguing, pointing fingers or wasting time disagreeing.
STOUT STUFF: The Flood Gates are Still Open
An in-depth study from the University of Oklahoma will soon paint the most comprehensive and compelling snapshot to date of out-of-state animal transport as a vital short-term strategy that helps shelters tread water when it comes to the flood of animals flowing through their doors every day.
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STOUT STUFF: Stopping the Flood
Pet overpopulation can be controlled by animal rescue organizations in Oklahoma by transporting overflow dog and cats to out-of-state shelters and by using comprehensive spay-and-neuter programs.
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