Applaud Filmmaker Working to Minimize Animal Euthanasia


Target: Nathan Winograd, Producer of Redemption: The No Kill Revolution in America

Goal: Applaud documentary designed to educate the public on the overuse of euthanasia in shelters.

A new documentary aims to educate the public on the epidemic of euthanasia among healthy animals in shelters across the nation. Producer Nathan Winograd has been an animal rights advocate for quite some time and has even written a successful book on the topic. His documentary, Redemption: The No Kill Revolution in America, will be screened for free in several cities across the United States in an effort to reach as many citizens as possible. Thank Nathan Winograd for his work regarding animal welfare and for creating a documentary sure to inspire positive change.

Winograd has devoted much of his life to educating the public on the euthanization of healthy animals in shelters, emphasizing a need for change. He addresses the intentions of animal shelters, but also the ways in which the overall goals have seemed to disappear. Shelters across the nation have become a part of the problem, rather than the leading solution.

This documentary is sure to leave viewers with a better understanding of beneficial alternatives and ways in which we can all contribute to a nation where euthanasia is a rarity. Please sign this petition to thank Nathan Winograd for creating a documentary that aims to contribute to a decline in the euthanization of healthy animals in shelters.


Dear Mr. Winograd,

I am thrilled to see the release of your documentary, Redemption: The No Kill Revolution in America. This film exhibits the best of intentions and seeks to educate the public. It will undoubtedly contribute to positive changes in society regarding animal welfare.

In a nation responsible for the euthanization of countless animals every day, it is of the utmost importance to address these concerns and contribute to a decline in shelter deaths. More often than not, the problem is a lack of accurate information. Many documentaries in the past have contributed to significant changes in animal welfare and saved the lives of so many animals by simply raising awareness. I have no doubt Redemption will produce similar effects.

Multiple free screenings will ensure much of the public has access to this film. This is an important factor when seeking change among an entire country. So much has been done on your part to spread knowledge and create positive change. This does not go unnoticed.

Thank you for your work regarding animal welfare and the goal of eliminating euthanasia in shelters.


[Your Name Here]

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  1. Although I agree with the banning of puppy mills and not allowing their sale in pet stores (as mentioned by the commenter CAROL REED), I do not agree that shelter animals be sold at pet stores. First of all, if you can go to a shelter, why would you buy them at a store. Secondly, and most importantly, I don’t think ANY animals should be for sale. They are not objects. As long as we treat them that way, they will be disrespected, abused and considered disposable. We have to change that mindset.

    I am glad to hear about the upcoming documentary re healthy pet euthanasia in shelters. I have been concerned about this overwhelmingly sad fact for many years. Many shelters in this country have taken on the role of death chambers for the majority of pets that come through their doors. I hope that I will be able to view the film.

  2. Thank you so very much Mr. Winograd for your advocacy to save healthy animals in public shelters from unnecessary euthanasia.

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