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Dawn Erin

No Kill No Problem: The Story of Austin Pets Alive! Part 4

Dawn Erin | Posted 08.26.2014 | Impact
Dawn Erin

As Executive Director of APA!, Jefferson lives and breathes No-Kill's "save them all" philosophy. She felt horrible that she had gotten it wrong this time. The foster volunteer was, understandably very upset as well. But she was also angry and filed a complaint against Jefferson with the Texas Veterinary Board.

No Kill No Problem: The Story of Austin Pets Alive! Part 3

Dawn Erin | Posted 04.20.2014 | Impact
Dawn Erin

In February of 2011, Austin Texas became the largest US city to reach "No-Kill" status (90 percent or higher save rate at the city's animal shelter). It was a goal the staff and volunteers of Austin Pets Alive! had been helping the city work toward for many years.

No Kill No Problem: The Story of Austin Pets Alive! Part 2

Dawn Erin | Posted 03.05.2014 | Impact
Dawn Erin

If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes an army to raise an animal shelter -- an all volunteer army.

No Kill No Problem: The Story of Austin Pets Alive!

Dawn Erin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Impact
Dawn Erin

Austin, Texas now had the potential to become the largest American city to achieve No Kill status. With that in mind, the dedicated board members and volunteers set their sights on finding a physical location that APA could call home.

The Iron Horse: Brave New Grrrl

Mary Pauline Lowry | Posted 04.28.2012 | Books
Mary Pauline Lowry

It gives readers a new kind of heroine, one who is raw and real, and who seems to know instinctively that any hope of salvation will come, not from the man she loves, but from within herself. And it firmly positions Dawn Erin as a stunning and important new voice in fiction.