The Needle and the Damage DonePosted: April 4, 2016
In the United States, we kill millions of pets in shelters every year. Most of them are healthy and friendly – or at least treatable. And there are enough homes for all of them. As a society, we have come to accept the killing as “unavoidable” because that’s what we are continually told by those sanctioning and performing the killing. But that is a lie.
Did you know that some shelter pets are killed for readily treatable conditions such as ear mites, ringworm or obesity? Others are killed immediately upon intake because a shelter worker is afraid of possibly getting scratched, because it’s close to quitting time, or simply because they are kittens.
Even pets with homes eagerly waiting for them are killed because:
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