Friday, April 19, 2019

Wayside Waifs Celebrates 75 Years As Leader Of Kansas City No-Kill Shelter Movement

We focus mostly on controversy and bad news for this blog, here's just a peek at the local bright side . . . An EXCELLENT WRITE-UP from one of the best local community news publications. Checkit:

KC's largest no-kill animal shelter celebrates diamond anniversary

by Mary Wilson -- For three-quarters of a century, Wayside Waifs has been preparing pets and people for the bond of their lives. This year, as they celebrate their 75 th anniversary, the nonprofit organization focuses on remembering their rich history while preparing for the next 75 years.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe City Hall should adopt a No Kill policy when it comes it taxpayers.

Anonymous said...

Kudos to the good souls that make up Wayside Waifs! Here’s wishing you many more years of success in helping animals in our area. We need more of that sort of kindness in the world today.

Anonymous said...

It is not a no kill shelter. I have worked there and have buried hundreds of cremated dogs in drums.

*A petite, blond in pixie is trying to do good there, but mean words aimed at WW won't help! said...

Aaww, don't be all hating on a shelter doing well, just because you're angry about a funds deficiency at *(name withheld)!