we're developing this new page, we wish to leave you with
a couple of important insights.
eyewitnesses who refuse to go on record simply frustrate the
process of reforming a bad shelter. Whether they intend to
or not, their refusal to testify to authorities (whether out
of fear of retaliation or lockout or other reasons) guarantees
the status quo. There is no easy way out - cruelty and abuse
will never be overcome with either silence or unsubstantiated
claims. Our intention is to help those who are ready to speak
out do so effectively.
infighting between animal lovers, even when it's done
in the name of the animals, is a huge impediment to correcting
bad shelter situations. Directors of deficient shelters always
win when their opposition becomes fragmented and splintered,
and the animals continue to suffer at their hands. We have
to decide who we're supporting. When we work together, we
are strong and can accomplish change for the animals. When
we insist on working independently from one another, we are
weak and the animals remain at the mercy of the status quo.