Third quarter numbers are in from Philadelphia. The save rate has increased from an estimated 15% in 2004 to 60% this year. Notice too, that like everywhere else in the country, kitten intake is up about 25% per quarter, yet they dealt with it.
This is on a budget 1/7th the size of LAAS.
On the other hand, kitten intake in LA is down by 40% due as Boks says, to an anomaly. The only anomaly is that Boks is refusing kittens, such as when LAAS refused to take Ron Mason's kittens when he asked for help three months ago.
On the other hand, there was one very negative post about PAWS on Craigslist by a purported rescuer.