Monday, December 7, 2009

News Reel - THS

Today's bit of advice ... Beware the snake in the grass. To the left is a picture of one of our dogs taken while we were out gallivanting through the fields. Can you see the snake?






Here's a closer picture (to the right) in case you can't make it out ... It is a bit more clear and should be easier to see. Please take a few minutes to check out the latest news results from the ongoing investigations.



Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Finds More Evidence of Cruelty and Mismanagement at Toronto Humane Society


‘Who goes without?’ (THS Staff speak out)


THS managers key to decline: volunteers (THS Declining Volunteers due to training costs)

2 comments:

giantspeckledchihuahua said...

It's so scary what's been happening in rescues and shelters... more so lately than ever before.

I follow http://animalhoardinginfo.blogspot.com/ and other news sources and more and more rescues and shelters (equine, canine, feline) are in need of rescueing

There's a fine line between rescueing, sheltering an hoarding...

GoLightly said...

It's justa darned garter snake, DDF.
I'm afraid I have taken sides from years ago, with this debacle.
I just want to say,
I TOLD YOU SO, Tim Trow!
ding ding ding, crazy train has finally chugged away.
whew.

word verf is regrible

And regrettable, too.
To Those Poor Animals, no-one with the brains or gonads to do the right thing.

And, no apologies, to the euthing of Bandit.
RIP.
I hope. For so many others that will need that space.