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Jackie E. 
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Re: “Use of gassing challenged

I live in a county that gasses. We have a realatively new pound (definitly not a shelter) with plenty of room, yet every Friday animals, no matter what condition, are gassed. They hold the animals for three days before they can be adopted, then they have only seven days to be adopted before they are killed....ten days, to be adopted! The pound closes at 5:00Pm, opens half a day on Saturday and is closed on Sunday. Not any oppurtunity for anyone to adopted a pet. They are more than egar to kill these pets. Gassing Gods creatures is brutel because they do panic and tear each other up. They are far more sensitive to what is happening to them. How do you think they know when a tornado is coming long before we do! It is inate for an animal to fight or flight when their survival is involved. Lock them into a death chamber with others and they have no where to escape, so the only thing they know is to fight to survive! They fight each other because they don't know what they are really fighting....they are just animals. They feel too, deeply but they can not reason like "humans" do....they can only react! We have really lost our way....everything is disposable. When are we going to be responsable....we are the caretakers of God's creatures....we will all answer for what we do or don't do!!

Posted by Jackie E. on 08/10/2007 at 10:08 PM

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