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Re: “Use of gassing challenged

Janet, to help please contact the North Carolina Coalition for Humane Euthanasia at nccoalition@yahoo.com. Public Service Commercial http://DavieVideo.com Website http://NCCHE.com

Posted by Care4animals on 08/09/2007 at 3:04 PM

Re: “Use of gassing challenged

No, the animals do not just fall asleep. Go to this link to see for yourself... http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/video.asp?video=yadkin_county&Player=wm&speed=_med Gas chambers not only kill pets, but they can kill our animal control employees too. Is it fair for these guys to risk their own lives and their health while they kill the thousands of dogs and cats that wind up at our shelters? If you work at an animal shelter and you use a gas chamber, please see your doctor on a regular basis if you have any signs of carbon monoxide poisoning. Get it documented. Some of the early warning signs are headache, fatigue, nausea. Over time even repeated low levels of carbon monoxide can cause heart, lung, and neurological problems that can ruin your life or even kill you. If you get sick, you have the right to sue the county or city responsible for the shelter. Here is a link to information from a company that sells the gas to many animal shelters. Carbon Monoxide is listed as flammable, explosive, many health warnings. http://208.178.227.196/images/msds/n0003502.pdf

Posted by Care4animals on 08/09/2007 at 1:47 AM

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