Here are some of those listed on No Kill News (link above). Baton Rouge is a good one since No Kill News was bragging about it only five days before it was being investigated for cruelty.
Thanks to http://nokillexposed.wordpress.com/ for this list. The LA City fiasco is not listed. The current head of LA City animal control is a supreme follower of Nathan Winograd's NKE program. Under her euthanasia has risen, adoptions have fallen, and she has managed to give away a brand new shelter to a private rescue group whose base is a church that worships Satan.
The list needs to include San Francisco which Winograd claims as a bragging right too. http://www.northsidesf.com/sep09/features_coverstory.html
Sayreville, New Jersey – In danger of closing
Porter Co., Indiana – “…the troubled no kill shelter”
KENTUCKY “No-Kill” SHELTER BEGINS KILLING ANIMALS – CITES LACK OF SPACE.
TOMPKINS CO No Kill SAYS IT MAY FAIL
JERSEY CITY, N.J. “NoKill” SHELTER: “COLOSSAL FAILURE“
BATON ROUGE, LA “NoKill” SHELTER INHUMANE CONDITIONS.
RENO, NEVADA “NoKill” SHELTER: REALITY CHECK
PALM SPRINGS “NoKill” SHELTER SUED – HIGH EUTH RATE
FORGOTTEN FELINES – no kill shelter for cats – CLOSED
East Baton Rouge – NO KILL LABEL LIFTED AT EAST BATON ROUGE SHELTER
East Baton Rouge, La – NO KILL SHELTER EUTHANIZES FAMILY DOG
Davidson Co., North Carolina – NO KILL SHELTER EUTHANIZES OVER 5000 ANIMALS
Brooklyn, Ohio NO KILL SHELTER Closes
Raeford, North Carolina – State to put down no kill shelter for five years of failed inspections – 2009 animal count was 746 dogs and 592 cats
San Antonio, Tx No Kill Forced To Close - Evicted
Gilmer County No Kill Rescue Closing – Lack of Volunteers
Charlotte, North Carolina Cat Rescue – “Too many cats”
Colorado No Kill Shelter Served “Cease and Desist” Order -
Henderson, North Carolina No Kill Rescue -
Stephenville, Canada No Kill Shelter Forced To Close – “...suffering severe neglect”
Picqua, Ohio No Kill Shelter Condemned By City Health Officials
Kingman, Arizona No Kill Shelter In Front of Judge – 174 dogs along with 88 cats and 13 pigs.
Texas City, Texas No Kill Rescue - county authorities seize 187 cats and find 27 dead -
Lynchburg, Virginia No Kill Requests More Than Triple Budget Increase
Marion County< W. Virginia No Kill Shelter Faces Possible Shut Down
Boone County, W. Virginia No Kill Rescue – Abuse Investigation
Bloomingdale, Chicago No Kill Rescue – state officials claim “crowded and unsanitary” conditions
Jersey City, New Jersey No Kill Shelter – State threatened to shut down due to health problems
Jersey City, New Jersey No Kill Spca Shut Down For Health Violations
South Africa No Kill Shelter – Exposed for Conditions
Washougal, Washington No Kill Shelter On Verge of Shut Down
In 2008, the Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County, in Tacoma, Washington, backed away from its no-kill commitment, acknowledging the difficulties encountered in trying to keep animals alive. In announcing their decision, the shelter president stated “that because we are an open shelter that will accept every animal that comes to us, regardless of its medical or behavior problems, true ‘no-kill’ status will never be a reality.” The shelter has now switched from no-kill to “Counting Down to Zero”, a coordinated effort to reduce euthanasia.
Forgotten Felines, a Canadian no-kill shelter for cats in Delta, British Columbia, was closed following an October 2008 investigation by the BC Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals which found 51 cats suffering fromstarvation, dehydration, infection, and illness. Five cats died because of illness, 36 were adopted and the remainder were euthanized. The former director was charged with animal cruelty.
In 2009, the Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada provincial government and the town of Stephenville began negotiations to close their no-kill animal shelter, claiming that upwards of 100 dogs and cats with diseases or behavioral problems were suffering severe neglect. Media quoted the town’s mayor as stating that animals cannot be humanely stored indefinitely. The animals in the shelter will be evaluated by veterinarians but will most likely be euthanized.
A no-kill policy led to a dispute between the Toronto Humane Society and the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in 2009, with the OSPCA revoking the THS’ credentials for several months while it conducted an investigation. Several staff and officers with the THS were arrested, although all of the charges were eventually dropped.
THIS LIST IN NOT ALL INCLUSIVE, EVERY WEEK A "NO KILL" RESCUE/SHELTER IS BEING BUSTED FOR CRUELTY. REMEMBER PHILLY/PACCA WITH NATHAN WINOGRAD'S SELECT MANAGEMENT TEAM? THEY WERE ON THE VERGE OF CRUELTY CHARGES BEING FILED WHEN AN RFP WAS ISSUED ALMOST OVERNIGHT AND THE CONTRACT WAS TAKEN AWAY FROM WINOGRAD'S CHOSEN STAFF.