Recently on a media website, Pat Dunaway has been writing a series of articles relating to the failure of the No Kill movement. I recommend reading each one to educate yourselves with the damages being done by this movement.
Everyone that I know of, including myself, work for the day when pets don't have to be euthanized for time and space in our shelters. How we go about doing that makes the difference.
We do need shelter reform, no one questions that. But we have to deal with the real problem of shelter reform, pet overpopulation. No Kill pays lip service to spay/neuter but actions speak louder than words. And the actions of No Kill says they stand with the breeding community on stopping legislation about spay/neuter. No Kill lives in the present, wanting to save them all, but the cost is the future. Standing against mandatory spay/neuter now, according to No Kill, means more euthanization in the shelters. Thus far, that hasn't proven to be the case in those areas with mandatory spay/neuter.
This type of reporting needs to continue.