Since November 2014, 3,515 dogs and cats have entered the shelter, according to records. Of those, 238 were adopted.
238 adopted. *sound of balloon deflating*
Glass half full: That number is 30 more than the 208 pets who fell over dead in their cages during that time period. And way more than the 54 animals who went “missing” from the place. You run, Fluffy. You run and don’t ever look back.
Aaaaaaanyway, they don’t need help, especially not from people who ask questions like Why are the animals forced to live in filth? and such:
Victoria County Animal Control has cut ties with a foster group it has been working with for almost three years.
County officials say the group was given the boot for “bullying and unprofessional behaviors.”
However, Kim Cole, the administrator of the foster group Shelter Pets, said the real issue is her attempt to hold the department accountable for what she considers to be inappropriate and inadequate treatment of animals housed at the facility.
Before receiving the letter, Cole said, she had a meeting with Animal Control and the Victoria County Public Health Department, where she brought up issues including the condition of kennels filled with animal feces.
How unprofessional. Bully.
The Victoria Co pound is doing the best they can, probably. But haters gonna hate.
It’s a glove. And a kitten. In some sort of cylinder. That’s my best guess. Can I use a lifeline?