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02/02/2011 08:39 PM ID: 87783 Permalink   

Canadian SPCA Ignored Initial Worries About Wellbeing of the Huskies

 

The SPCA was contacted on two separate occasions by an Outdoor Adventures employee to find adoptive homes for the dogs, but ‘rebuffed’ him both times. In a final attempt, an email was sent requesting urgent help, but did not receive a reply until after a few days.

The SPCA stated that these huskies were un-adoptable because of how they were raised and tethered outside. Nevertheless, an inspection would be made about the conditions of the facility, but was not carried out till February 1st, 2011.

When asked about the possible fate of around 100 huskies, BC SPCA’s head animal-cruelty investigator Marcie Moriarty commented that under the care of the SPCA, they would have been euthanized anyways.

 
  Source: www.vancouversun.com  
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  @ Yikes  
 
You´d think the dogs would have commercial value at some pet shop or to sledders.
Just seems a waste
 
  by: Rose-Ockulisto     02/02/2011 10:03 PM     
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They probably have some value at certain asian resuraunts.
 
  by: Tetsuru Uzuki     02/02/2011 10:17 PM     
  sounds like a job!  
 
for the dog whisperer!

Why hasn´t he stepped up to help out? Lazy bastard
 
  by: Rokkumon   02/03/2011 12:01 AM     
  I don´t condone...  
 
... the actions of the [employee]*, not in that way, quite barbaric, but I think he´s feeling the guilt.

*in brackets because the [employee] is in a fragile state of mind, suffering from panic attacks, nightmares, sleep disturbances, anger, irritability, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder and should not be named, even though other prominent news sources printed his name.

However, I wasn´t satisfied with the SPCA response "I was out of the office for a few days" and "I believe so" they just don´t seem quite sure they´re right.

I can see blame focused squarely on this guy, this guy who has no one to relate to except for soldiers from the war with post-traumatic stress syndrome, even going on forums made for these soldiers.

Also, if anyone is going to attack this guy, then the beef industry, chicken industry and all the industries that provide us with sustenance by taking the life from an organism, should be attacked as well.

[ edited by makrollins ]
 
  by: makrollins   02/03/2011 02:36 AM     
 
 
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