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Re: “U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield; State Rep. John Blust; Gov. Mike Easley; more

I am commenting on the decision by USDA to allow continued use of carbon monoxide chambers. I worked as an Animal Control Officer for 13 years. A few years ago I was attacked by German Shepherd and hospitalized. I want people to understand this is the kind of animal that would have to be gassed. He was inherently dangerous and no one could put hands on him. Sometimes you get a rabid for or raccoon or a feral cat that is absolutely impossible to touch without great danger to the employee. By the way, it needs to be noted also that ACO's don't get paid for a dangerous as per law enforcement; even though our job is equally as dangerous.

Posted by grnpnd7 on 07/26/2007 at 7:46 AM

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