Jacksonville Humane Society to help other shelters obtain no-kill status

Jacksonville Humane Society to help other shelters obtain no-kill status


making sure every animal has a home the Jacksonville Humane Society is partnering with Best Friends Animal Society to create a no-kill status for all shelters nationwide news for Jax reporter Krystal Moyer showing us how the shelter’s strategy will help others improve their life-saving efforts it was anything but quiet here at the Jacksonville Humane Society as it received a one hundred thousand dollar check from Best Friends Animal Society a national welfare organization their priority to cut down on the number of pets euthanized in shelters every day more than four thousand shelter pets are killed nationwide just because they don’t have a home Florida one of the state’s making the most contribution to that number it’s unfortunate there yet no one wants that their state to get that designation but I think it just calls to the the need that’s why we’re here the Jacksonville Humane Society has been no-kill since 2013 and the organization credits community involvement for finding forever homes for these guys like peanut through fostering volunteerism and financial contributions keeping the community informed aware and engaged not just always going to them when we’ve got a problem with financial help from best friends JHS will be able to host other shelters and organizations in the state to share its successful model by assessing the needs of other communities they hope to come up with individual strategies to cut down on the number of kill shelters for us a way to paw it forward JHS is assisting best friends in its mission to bring every shelter to a no-kill status by 2025 Krystal Moyer Channel four the local station

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