A Super Smiley Adventure

PetLifeRadio.com - A Super Smiley Adventure - Episode 66 One of the Nation’s Largest Cities Reaches Their No Kill Goal! Secrets from First Coast No More Homeless Pets!

July 14, 201421 min
Jacksonville, Florida, my hometown, is one of the nation’s largest cities, and like other sprawling metropolises, shelters are loaded. How have they gone from 23,000 killed in shelters to Zero? - Starting 2014 with a no kill quarter! Smiley and I head back home to talk with the Man with the Vision and Founder of First Coast No More Homeless Pets, Rick DuCharme, along with Program Director and Florida Times Union Nominee for ‘10 Who Make a Difference’ as ‘the Hardest Working Person in Animal Welfare,’ Cameron Moore. With Best Friends as mentors, a Prison Dog Program, and a city wide coalition working together they are getting it done! So, Listen to, celebrate and emulate their secrets of saving and placing pets! And if you’re in town, come to their Mega Adoption and Super Smiley Flash Mob with us!

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