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Palm Beach Failing their Own Mission Statement? — 16 Comments

  1. Incredibly, PBC may be even worse than here.
    Diane Sauve needs to be booted, and I have emailed every commissioner.
    It is disgusting that the 1/4 million dollars was earmarked for adoptable pets and there are no stats to show that any animal has been saved.
    I want to know where the money is going.

  2. If our Gizzy ever got picked up and taken to a shelter she’d be at risk of being killed for being feral. She turns into a she-devil around strange people and strange cats. People in Palm Beach should be very aware that if their cat is lost and ends up at the shelter and is afraid and hissing it will likely end up dead.

  3. After the article in The Examiner was published the Urgent Cats of Palm Beach County deleted the photo of the mother and her kittens, which also removed it from every page and group it was shared on on facebook. Of course, this also deleted all of the comments, concerns and sharing by fosters and the community.

    Tomorrow is election day in Palm Beach County, so every article, post etc. is attempting to be squashed. Fosters are also being attacked and blacklisted for being “negative” and sharing any posts of articles.

    • Deleted mom and kits!
      How deceitful can this shelter be?
      Can the pics be reposted on facebook?
      Thank god the pic is still here (THANK YOU, MICHAEL).
      Diane Sauve needs to go. I’m furious with her actions and have serious questions about where the money is.

      • You know what Dee. Having been “involved” at a distance with USA cat rescue there appears to an inconsistency of the quality of service and care provided. Some are good and some are not so good. Some fight to avoid killing cats and some do it quite casually. There is a need for consistent standards (federal involvement). Why can’t the federal government set some standards?

        • “There appears to an inconsistency of the quality of service and care provided. Some are good and some are not so good. Some fight to avoid killing cats and some do it quite casually. There is a need for consistent standards (federal involvement). Why can’t the federal government set some standards?”

          Federal government will never be involvwd. State by state and, then, county by county enact their own laws.
          I wish that states didn’t have the autonomy that they have, but I can’t fight every battle in my way.

          • I know enough now about the USA to realise you are absolutely correct but what stops federal government? In Europe there are hundreds of thousands of Europe-wide regulations affecting all the countries.

      • I have screenshots of everything saved. The mom and babies are on my Examiner article along with the slideshow for RIP cats who didn’t deserve a name until after they were murdered. All anyone has to do is right click their mouse and save then upload it to Facebook. Since the photos fall under Fair Use Act the shelter can’t complain.

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