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Re: “State seeks custody of 700 animals

Thank you so much for such a wonderful article. The reason DOA praised the shelter for the improvement was due to the fact that the volunteers accused of wanting money actually went to the shelter and volunteered for three weeks prior to the inspection and along with some of the dedicated employees there worked until wee hours of the morning to help the shelter pass inspection. That is when they discovered the inhumane treatment of the animals there and the fact that Kappler, Dunn and Dunn never lifted a hand to do anything at the shelter or for the animals. Now that the volunteers and employees have left the shelter, it is in worse condition than ever. They offered to give the state the animals if they were allowed to keep the money they hope to inherit. Now who does that tell you that wants the money. Read an additional affidavits for more true stories. The managers there spin everything but RARELY tell the truth. Many previous adoptions have created nighmares for those adopting due to animal health and no records provided. They are always provided advance notice of inspections but do not pass. They have refused to allow local TV news crews on the premises WHY???

Posted by Animal Angel on 09/18/2007 at 9:30 AM

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