Michael and Pam Kitkoski founded No Kill Solutions in May 2014 after working to take two Rockwall County shelters to No Kill. After they co-founded the No Kill advocacy group Rockwall Pets in June 2010, Michael and Pam set up a series of programs, from off-site adoptions to enhanced marketing, to help the Rockwall, Texas animal shelter reach No Kill status in August 2011.
They quickly refashioned Rockwall Pets into a rescue organization in order to help the Royse City, Texas shelter. That facility also became No Kill in August 2012.
In order to meet the increasing demand for No Kill, Michael and Pam spun off Rockwall Pets and founded No Kill Solutions with the aim of assisting more shelters to achieve No Kill status.
Michael and Pam are long-time community volunteers, working first for the City of Dallas, then later for the City of Rockwall. They were founding board members of Rockwall PAWS in 2008.
Michael and Pam dedicated themselves to save the lives of shelter pets in 2010. Since then, Michael has made presentations at conferences nationwide, including the No Kill National Conference in Washington, D.C., the Best Friends Animal Society National Conference, the American Pets Alive! No Kill Conference in Austin, Texas and at local workshops sponsored by Pawsitively Texas.
Michael was honored to received the Henry Bergh Leadership Award from the No Kill Advocacy Center in 2011.
Find out more!
Read Michael’s interview with Nathan Winograd.
Hear Michael’s interview with Jeff Gellman of Solid K9 Training.
Hear Michael’s interview on Animal Wise Radio during the announcement of the Henry Bergh Leadership Awards in 2011.
See Michael’s advocacy presentation at a Pawsitively Texas workshop in 2013.