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Ted Back

Fyffe, al, United States

director /founder animal protection/rescue group

Member since August 02, 2008


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    Its about time we stop killing our pets in the shelters, we are not over populated these pets have homes, we place approx 30 pets a month into loving forever homes , if we can get these shelters, a bit more organized and motivated we can save the lives of all these highly adoptable pets.

    These shelters are not even killing these animals right they are missing the most important step for a pain free death maybe its that the sedation medication is too expensive or there too lazy to do this little step to insure that the pets feel no pain of the poisons passing through there veins. What this poison does is throw them in to a massive heart attack and yes that is painful.

    There are many shelters as well that still use the gas chamber. These animals thrash around and bang there heads into the sides of the container that is over packed with animals, they bite each other ECT just struggling to breath. The puppies and young dogs are strong and healthy and some don’t die right away since there organs wont shut down. So then they are struck on the head by a shovel or choked by someone’s foot until death occurs This is not right we do understand that we live in a throw away society, but killing our companions wow what have we become? Why we are too lazy to find these pets homes. This needs to be stopped; I know there are homes out there for each and everyone of these pets. Write your letters and tell our congress that we are refusing to keep paying 10 billion dollars a year for the...