Stand Up For Harford Pets

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 100 E Pennsylvania Ave Bel Air MD 21014  See map

On Wednesday, January 25th 2012, No Kill Harford is taking it's first step towards a No Kill Harford County by holding our first public meeting. We are asking the community to “Stand Up For Harford Pets” by joining us and learning about No Kill and the steps that we can take together in order to save the lives of adoptable pets and feral cats in our county.

The meeting is from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm in the Bel Air branch of the Harford County Public Library. We have all three meeting rooms on the second floor reserved and hope to host a positive and productive exchange of ideas with like minded individuals who share our vision of a No Kill community.

Our draft agenda includes:

  • An overview of what the No Kill philosophy is and what it is not.
  • A discussion about programs and services needed in our county in order to save lives and help pet owners in need.
  • Starting a county wide TNR (trap, neuter, and return) program as quickly as possible.
  • The next step …

We are asking that all attendees come with an open mind and a positive attitude, so that together we can focus on real solutions for the future.

For questions, comments, and press inquiries please contact us.

The address of the Bel Air Library is:

100 E. Pennsylvania Avenue
Bel Air, MD 21014

Karl Schuub January 20, 2012 at 03:36 PM
Interesting comment "steps that we can take together in order to save the lives of adoptable pets and feral cats in our county." There really isn't any consistency at all...I'd assume since feral cats are not adoptable you're then for the killing of dogs that are elderly, of a breed not so many people want to adopt, or otherwise ill behaved? Yet you want to feed like cats outside in our city and county parks? To be consistent why can't we just let all the dogs go then - I'd like to a colony of wild dogs in that woods through the Ma and Pa trail. Regardless I'll be at your meeting. It should be fun.


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