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24 January 2012

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YesBiscuit!

But - you should "walk in their shoes" and blah.

Christie Arlotta

well said!!!

Amy Southard

I completely agree with you

Cheryl

Yep - let's do everything to drive people away or prevent them from coming and then blame them for not showing up to adopt these sick, miserable puppies who look like they are going to cost a mint in vet bills before they are let near the kids. Fools.

Jennifer

Why does the rescue need to state all the details? Just state that the animal is a stray or owner turn-in rescued from a local shelter? I would not want to look at gory photographs of a shelter. This just shows how ineffective some rescuers can be and then they wonder why their animals are not getting adopted!

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