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An Open Access No-kill Shelter with Growing Success — 4 Comments

  1. Deleting posts doesn’t make the truth or the reality of the world go away. Some would call that living by a bliss of self-inflicted ignorance.

    Applaud the success of more cats thrown under the wheels of cars so you can feel good about your twisted self-serving values.

    It’s okay to kill cats by any means as long as it looks good on paper, and just so you don’t have to see it, acknowledge it, or know about it. Right?

    Tighten those blinders a little more, a glimmer of light managed to get through last time. We can’t have that, now can we.

  2. The stats are pretty impressive. I like it.
    So, what it takes for county shelters to turn around is to bring in a contractual source to take over. It says a lot about the mentality of county officials and shelter administration.

    • I think you are about right Dee. Country or city run shelters are not committed enough. It takes a different approach with emphasis on raising money and using all means to rehome and avoid killings.

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