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MADACC August 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s August 2016 statistics: 221 animals were put down- 140 cats, 79 dogs, and 2 ‘other’. This averages out to approximately 7 animals killed each day of August. Admissions are down. Animals returned to their owners is up. Adoptions are down. Animals transferred out to other shelters & rescues is down. Progress has been made, but simply doing better is not enough. […]

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MADACC July 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s July 2016 statistics: 211 animals were put down- 132 cats, 77 dogs, and 2 ‘other’. This averages out to approximately 7 animals killed each day of July. Owner requested euthanasia has increased again. Admissions are down. Animals returned to their owners is down. Dog adoptions are down, while cat adoptions are up. Animals transferred out to other shelters & rescues is down. […]

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MADACC June 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s June 2016 statistics: 142 animals were put down- 78 cats, 63 dogs, and 3 ‘other’. This averages out to 5 animals killed each day of the month. Owner requested euth has increased. Admissions are slightly down. Animals dying inside their kennel is up, again. Animals returned to their owners is up. Dog adoptions are down, and cat adoptions are up. Animals transferred […]

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MADACC May 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s May 2016 statistics: 142 animals were put down- 90 cats, 51 dogs, and 1 ‘other’. This averages out to 5 animals killed each day of the month. Admissions are up. Animals dying inside their kennel is up. Animals returned to their owners is down. Animals transferred out to other shelters & rescues is up. Adoptions are up. […]

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MADACC April 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s April 2016 statistics: 81 animals were put down- 45 cats, 35 dogs, and 1 ‘other’. This averages out to 2 animals killed each day of the month. Admissions are down for the year. Owner requested euthanasia is sharply up. Animals dying inside their kennel is up. Animals returned to owners is down. Animals transferred out to other […]

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MADACC March 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s March 2016 statistics: 98 animals were put down- 44 cats and 53 dogs. This averages out to 3 animals killed each day of the month. Admissions are down. Owner requested euthanasia is sharply up again. Animals returned to owners is down. Animals transferred out to other shelters & rescues is up. Adoptions are up. Some progress has […]

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MADACC February 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s February 2016 statistics: 80 animals were put down- 40 cats and 40 dogs. This averages out to approximately 3 animals killed each day of February. Admissions are down. Owner requested euthanasia is sharply up. Animals returned to owners is up. Animals transferred out to shelters & rescues is down. Dog adoptions are down and cat adoptions are […]

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MADACC January 2016 Statistics

MADACC’s January 2016 statistics: 69 animals were put down- 33 cats and 36 dogs. This averages out 2 animals killed each day of January. Admissions are down. Owner requested euthanasia is up. Animals returned to owners is up. Animals transferred out to shelters & rescues is down. Dog adoptions are static and cat adoptions are up. Some progress […]

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MADACC Save Rate Finishes 2015 at 72%

Some progress has occurred over the last few years, but Milwaukee County still has a long way to go to reach No Kill status. 2262 animals were killed in Milwaukee County in 2015. This averages out to 43 lives extinguished each week. Only 10% of animals are truly unadoptable, therefore a 90% save rate is the threshold […]

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MADACC December 2015 Statistics

MADACC’s December 2015 statistics: 141 animals were put down- 69 cats and 72 dogs. This averages out to 5 animals killed each day of December. Admissions are down. Owner requested euthanasia is up. Animals returned to owners are up. Animals transferred to shelters & rescues is down. Dog adoptions are down and cat adoptions are up. We acknowledge that […]

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