Not every rescue is in this “business” to save lives. They will step forward when sufficient money is pledged, pull the animal, collect the pledges, and often ship the animal off to another shelter, which is more likely than not, a kill shelter. Even some shelters who operate under the guise of a “humane society” will transfer animals to another kill facility or return them to the kill facility they originally pulled them from.
She was so skinny that she seemed to be nothing but legs . . . long and thin. Her demeanor was quiet and pensive as she was trying to assess what was happening. Her coat was in such poor shape that she could have passed for a “hairless” breed.
New Mexico pushes tourism, yet Roswell retains the highest crime and animal euthanasia rates in the state. How many pet owners will feel comfortable traveling to or through Roswell when they discover that their lost pet could be destroyed in seven days, or simply arrive “dead” at the facility from misuse of the “snare?”
And whose responsibility is it to make society (at least in Roswell) a better place and work towards an ideal world? The mistreatment of animals and “weaker” humans is a symptom of more deep-rooted problems in a community. Apparently the “leadership” in Roswell is content to keep their world less than “ideal” as long as everyone gets to keep their jobs and their “good ole boy system” remains in tact
If you are in rescue or animal welfare, or simply love animals AND you do business with GoDaddy, please consider moving your business.
ROSWELL ANIMAL CONTROL is under the jurisdiction of the Roswell Police Department, so one would think that the police chief would be interested in any concerns one might have with “things not getting done.”