The United States has made remarkable advances in the pet overpopulation problem over the past 20 years. Yet animals are still euthanized every day in shelters.
The Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs, an organization dedicated to the humane control of dog and cat populations worldwide, wants to put an end to this.
The benefits of nonsurgical sterilization would extend beyond the stray, feral and homeless animal population, to saving human lives in countries that haven't even begun to tackle the dog and cat overpopulation problem.
By linking nonsurgical sterilization of animals to saving human lives in developing countries, animal lives will be saved there as well.