The city of Dallas built a brand-new animal shelter in 2007. The citizens of Dallas paid for it. So why are we still killing almost 80% of the animals that need shelter?
Good to see a blog from the rescue community's viewpoint that also recognizes the hinky and generally bad-ass behavior going on with the Dallas animal control players and influences. Skip Trimble is affiliated with THLN (flunky of H$U$). You'd think that would be a conflict-of-interest for him since H$U$ is the "animal rights" INDUSTRY leader and would love to end animal breeding of all types (but not before they make more millions for the organization and their top administration, so they have to be careful to spin their propaganda to snow the public).--AntiARFanatics
At least you started off on a better blog site than I did :)I didn't think you'd have "options" to change it; I don't.
Another agenda for QOL I thought might be interesting...http://dallascityhall.com/committee_briefings/briefings0310/QOL_RelationshipAnimalCruelty_030810.pdf
If Animal Control needs money, they should just sit in a Pet Store in Dallas for a couple of hours on a weekend. The law requires animals be spayed and neutered. Just from my visual observations (i.e. unneutered males), it would be very lucrative for ticketing in this arena. It might help with the overpopulation of homeless animals in Dallas as well. And that's just in Petstores... Besides, Animal Control and these various Coalitions are wasting our resources on harassing groups that are helping animals, while real animal cruelty is going on unnoticed. Or noticed, but in their minds, not worthy of stopping. No, it's more important to get those horrible rescue groups off the streets of Dallas.
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