And the Humane Society of the United States, which runs similar ads, is even worse. Read this to learn why.
Meredith Your rewriting of their press release is spot on. She had been neglected on the ranch where her owner lived. She was tied to a tree in the hot California August sun without food or water. Two days later the landlady found her; owner disappeared.
She was going to have her euthenized. I would watch Daizy run through the fields and she was so beautiful I took her. She finally decided that she had a real home and a human who loved her. Little by little she gave in to trust. She proved them wrong.
No doubt, ASPCA made a good deal of money off this story—no doubt very little actually went for the dogs….
They were fighting dogs, so they had to die. Shame on all those people who keep these atrocities happening.
Shame on all those who could stop it, but choose not to — not just here, but everywhere that innocents die because people like to kill them or just because they can. What a sad commentary on human beings. CCM To have allowed those poor dogs who suffered their entire life to have an opportunity to be examples and role models such as the Vick dogs would have been the right thing to do.
The ASPCA could well have afforded to show kindness to these poor creatures who had known only cruelty. It is a nightmare and there is no change in sight sadly.
It seems that being destroyed is the answer to all unwanted animals. There is a very big need for big wealthy origanizations to spend some of their money addressing these issues which seem to be getting worse rather than better. No matter how much money animal lovers donate, there never seems to be any answers or any solutions.
All of us must make our voice heard and our actions must be as a huge group in order for changes to get started. I hope enough people hear this stuff and quit supporting these organizations.
If such dogs were adopted out and killed a child, the bad press would hamper adoption programs at shelters across the country. Look what media reports have done to the reputation of pit bulls even though the majority of them are loving animals.
All but one, who was killed on order of the court. Glanville Phillips That bastard Vick should have been thrown into a lions den…. I would have been happy to do so. ASPCA are a lying bunch of scumbags. To think that I used to donate to them! Craig gave his lifesaving to make a home for them till they wandered off to rainbow bridge.
Hail was was euthanized at the ACC along with her two siblings.Summer is the cruelest season for homeless dogs and cats.
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