Our local open-admission shelter has been "no-kill" for more than 10 years, but apparently not everyone in the community knows it. We still have to deal with dumped cats, and there are some popular dumping grounds in the area. Has anyone ever tried to mitigate the situation with a sign that informs citizens that the shelter is open admission, no-kill, no surrender fee? Maybe with opening hours? I was even thinking of contact information of a transport volunteer if the person does not want to go to the shelter him/her self?
A woman who owns a horse barn just outside of town told me that that she is so tired of people dumping their cats (and occasionally dogs and rabbits), that she was thinking of setting up cameras and signs informing about the cameras. I don't like this idea, because people will just dump their pets elsewhere. But this gave me the idea of signs.
Thanks for any input!