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Maryland, USA: Slack Approach to Regulating Cat Rescue Leads to Chaotic Situation — 3 Comments

  1. My experience is all animal rescues are poorly monitored and unless they get caught red handed can look legit for decades.
    The worst case of horse abuse I have ever seen was the two so called horse rescues that I was asked to help come and handle and load the animals. They were actually networking with other rescues to get the sickest , lamest , oldest horses to use them as fundraising. None of the money was used for food let alone vet care. Both were very secretive and never wanted visitors. There are lots of warning signs. I’ve gotten very cynical in the last few years.

  2. This bat crazy evil con artist tried to get me launder her fundraised money through the nonprofit I worked for back in 2011. She lived in a deplorable filthy apartment with sick cats everywhere. When I called her out on it, she continued to harass me, my family and my co-workers for years. Everyone thought I was wrong because as you said “butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth”. She knew how to network and was one of the best cons I’d ever met. I’m relieved to finally be validated but oh, at what cost to innocent animals. She’s a menace to society.

    • Thank you very much Darlene for adding to this page. I always like to hear from people who have had first-hand experiences of these matters. It is a tragedy for the cats. And it is very unpleasant to be conned when you want to try and do good and help animals. It really undermines the way one looks at the world when your good nature is abused.

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