HomeAnimal RescueTexas USA: low-cost and effective shelter medicine undermined by vets


Texas USA: low-cost and effective shelter medicine undermined by vets — 7 Comments

  1. Dee, no reason to be sorry, it is what it is. If you think Texas has a bad track record, you should see the animal issues that are in Houston, Tx. I call Houston the armpit of America in animal welfare. It is a disgrace and all our mayor is worried about is having unisex bathrooms, not providing programs that benefits homeless animals.

    The lousy, self serving TBVME is about power, and money. Chi-Ching. $$$$

  2. Remember, this is a board of professionals that believe it is ok to mutilate a cat to keep him in his home by declawing. Declawing does not saves lives. The shelters get declawed cats daily. Still, comes down to money, doesn’t it?

  3. Since this obscure law has been brought to the attention of some shelters, instead of continuing vaccination protocols and working on changing the local ordinance, they want to stop vaccination on intake. The good shelters around me are still vaccinating on intake and working on changing local ordinances that give them that right. The lazy and unconcerned have a reason to get lazier.

    • I agree, it looks like a decision based on financial profit and not animal health and welfare. The vets seem to be a little greedy on occasions. Their greatest example of greed is declawing which taints their character profoundly.

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