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Saturday, November 24, 2012

Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC) Transfer Numbers - October 2012


In 2011, MADACC took in 12,719 animals. Fifty two percent of those did not make it out alive. Click this link to view the 2011 statistics on Madacc's website. 

Do you ever wonder which shelters and rescue groups help the most by transferring animals out of MADACC and making them available for adoption? Here are the year to date through October 2012 transfer numbers.  You can also compare to the transfer numbers from 2011.  As you can see, transfers are down compared to the same period last year, but up overall. Most improved is the number of cats transferred out.

I will be trying to post statistics regularly here on this website and helping you make sense of what they mean. Transparency is key to making change for our companion animals. We must know what the problem is if we are going to try to solve it.

1 comment:

  1. You will continue to see a decline in companion animals transfered out since the current Executive Director and Board of Directors are turning away rescue groups.

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