I saw this post on No Kill Nation’s Facebook page and thought it would make for a good discussion item here. In summary, the city of Bradenton, FL is considering the idea of a museum which would house several thousand paintings of dogs who were killed by animal shelters. The paintings depict the dogs as they were in life.
How would you feel about visiting this museum and bringing your kids/grandkids to see the paintings? Is it a good opportunity for education and action? Too overwhelming? Too negative?