Give to local animal shelters
Care about animals? Give locally!
Animal rights believers have a religious philosophy which claims all animals are capable of a discernable thought processes. Yet they contradict their philosophy each time they muzzle an animal from speaking in behalf of itself.
Animal rights believers will tell you what an animal...any animal...thinks. Yet they’re quick to reject animal’s well thought out plans, and disallow them a seat at their planning table.
Animal rights believers even refuse animal’s request to be euthanized.
Unless you want someone else to do the thinking for you and all animals, please... do not give to animal rights believer groups like PETA, ALF and The Humane Society of United States. They do not use contributions for the proper care and feeding of any animal.
So here your are; a person who really cares about animals, yet just enlightened on why you shouldn’t give to groups you thought were pretty good.
What should you do? We recommend you find a local animal in need and give directly to its caretaker. That way you can see first hand...the good will your gift has brought.
For example, in the Greeley area you could contact the Weld County Humane Society. Three years ago, we found a real treasure there - in our dog “Aggie May.” A truly delightful Border Collie mix, Miss Aggie is a never ending source of happy entertainment! In short: Care about animals? Give locally!
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The only dog worth having is the refugee from the local "Glue Factory". They are the best, most satisfying dogs in the world. No purebreds, no puppymills, no BS. Just pure dog and pure love.Posted by clyde on November 10, 2007 10:17 PM
Puppymills need to be outlawed. There are so many great animals available at local shelters. I'm not saying an individule can't breed his hunting dog, etc. But the pure puppymills with anything over 10+ dogs in little cages strickly for breeding have got to be stopped.Posted by CJ on November 11, 2007 04:38 AM