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Rethinking the Ethics of Animal Rescue

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Rethinking the Ethics of Animal Rescue

Postby Alynn » Wed Sep 23, 2015 7:28 pm

http://www.bedlamfarm.com/2015/09/22/re ... al-rescue/

It's much to long to repaste here, but I encourage you guys to give it a read and see what you think. Very thought provoking and I found myself agreeing all the way through.
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Re: Rethinking the Ethics of Animal Rescue

Postby DeweysMom » Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:17 pm

Excellent article! Thank you for sharing. I, too, agreed with much that was written.
On a personal note, I was turned down to adopt 2 years ago by an Australian Shepherd rescue of national renown because in their phone 'interview' with me, I answered 'no' to the questions of would I apply Frontline monthly and dose monthly with heartworm preventative. No matter that I 'passed' on everything else that they required of a good adopter OR the fact that my vet recommends heartworm is NOT necessary for the area in which we live. Yeah, some of these organizations that are proported to care deeply about the animals they're attempting to save sometimes don't have a clue. And it's a shame because they screw up more animal's lives than they need to. :-x
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Re: Rethinking the Ethics of Animal Rescue

Postby pat » Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:40 pm

great article. thank you for posting that.
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