NYC Shelters Killing Animals People are Trying to SavePosted: April 3, 2015
Sarge, ID #A1028331, on the kill list for today in Brooklyn, as posted on Facebook.
Even as New York City Animal Care & Control claims on its website that it has an 80% live release rate, rescuers and adopters complain that the shelter kills animals who have homes lined up as a result of the cumbersome and faulty process required to save animals from the kill room. The complaint is not new but the NY Post ran an article on the issue this week, placing a spotlight on the problem:
Every night at 6 p.m., the shelter posts a list of “at risk” animals to be euthanized. Rescue groups and members of the public have until noon the following day to reserve them [via NYCACC’s online system]. But the “at risk” list was offline at least one night last week and several times in February due to technical difficulties…
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