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Re: “No-kill shelters defend practices

I guess we should start killing children that DON'T live in perfect big houses.KILL children that are homeless,adandon or a little sick. After all wouldn't that be the humane thing to do..IT'S THE HUMANE THING TO DO WHEN PETS ARE WITHOUT A FOREVER HOME OR A LITTLE SICK SO ISN'T IT INHUMANE NOT TO PUT DOWN CHILDREN THAT ARE WITHOUT A HOME OR ARE A LITTLE SICK,Hmmm.After all DEATH IS NOT THE ALWAYS THE WORST OPTION.
I have not seen these places BUT i do know what the agenda is for these killing places and Gov. And that is animal control,Bring them in the front door and out the back door in garbage bags,Lie to the people about how much they care about animals for donations while killing perfectly healthy,adoptable animals in the back room,give themselves nice big paychecks .NOW those are the places that should not be alowed to call themselves "shelters".Slaughter houses is what they are..
Anyone who can kill any living breathing creature has no heart.Anyone who has a heart will work to make things better for all creatures ,animals included..KILLING EVERYTHING IS JUST NOT EXCEPTABLE...I'm pretty sure if they could talk they would tell you THEY WANT TO LIVE EVEN IF THE PLACE WHERE THEY LIVE ISN'T PEEERFECT.."UNREAL".

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Posted by stopkilling on 11/11/2010 at 5:08 PM

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