I have said it before and will say it again ... if you aren't taking care of the animals in your home then you ARE NOT SAVING THEM! You are prolonging their suffering!! Here's today's headline for discussion: Manitoba seizes 44 dogs from `Good Samaritans'.
I've asked this before but there are so many new readers that I'm going to pose the question again ... how many dogs is too many for one home?
This couple had 44 dogs that they 'saved'.
The couple said they saved animals that had nowhere else to live, and their canine population grew rapidly over the last five years. "What they're doing is dropping off animals here . . . We can't say no," said Judy Chernecki, a homemaker.
The Winnipeg Humane Society seized the dogs on Friday. At the Winnipeg Humane Society, executive director Bill McDonald said he was appalled by the condition of the dogs, who he said were deprived of human contact and kept inhumanely ... three of 44 dogs were euthanized ... most of the dogs had urine burns on their paws from standing in their own waste