Man’s Best Friend, I wish we were Theirs in Return

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I ran across this today on Facebook in a strange way, was just messing around and before I forget here is her page if you want to check her out.  She is an advocate for animals with some cool stuff, and some very sad also.

https://www.facebook.com/zorba.dagreat

My fellow conservative bloggers have been doing a wonderful job bringing important issues to light, no need for me to spend my only blogging day of the week adding more of the same.  So something a bit different here at NCNCS today, something that all of us can relate to, libatards also.  I have a real soft spot in my heart for animals large and small, 2 or 4 or more legged, furry or feathered.  God where do I start here, so much to say yet need to keep it short.

I know people who are cruel to animals, who view them as nothing more than a nuisance with genuine distain for some reason I have yet to understand.  They say people who are cruel to animals are likely to be abusive to other people, a lot of serial killers enjoyed killing dogs and cats when they were young.  That is neither here nor there in my story today, just thought I would say what I have read about people and animals.  Of course I get the fact that we eat them and think this is fine if done in a humane way.  We use them as working tools such as riding and pulling horses, search and rescue dogs.  Even in war we use them to save human lives, to scout and aid security.

But to be purposefully mean and cruel to them for no other reason than we can is criminal in my eyes.  To treat them is such bazaar and insane ways for a couple of bucks is some screwed up stuff.  Not being responsible for our pets is just as bad, using them like we would a play toy that is no longer fun and throwing them away like garbage is some sick shit people do all the time here in America.

A short personal thing that happened to me last week.  I am working up on the Navajo Indian Reservation at a aggregate pit called Hardluck for a company called Brimhall, a lot of guys are staying there in RV’s because it is a long drive, there are 3 stray dogs living at the pit also, a furry tan one, a big short hair tan and a small black one.  The Indians treat their animals pretty bad from what I have seen, that is the Indian way.  Not all of them but most it seems.  I drive a truck hauling asphalt, we are repaving US 264 from Steamboat to Burnside, there are about 20 drivers living there at Hardluck until the job is finished.

About half of them don’t like these poor dogs at all for some reason, none what so ever.  The other half act like they do not exist at all even though they see them every day because they live there.  A couple of them feel sorry for them and even pet them once in a while, even give them some of their lunch to eat because they are always hungry.  But overall those drivers don’t give a shit one way or another about them, I take this as a reflection of a cross section of the people in America regarding animals.  Their big complaint is they are always begging for food, BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO HOME AND NO FOOD TO EAT YOU STUPID FUCKING HEARTLESS ASS HOLE!.  And it seems they don’t like them around because they piss on their precious tires on their travel trailers and motor homes, 2 OF THEM ARE FEMALE, JUST THE LITTLE BLACK ONE IS MALE AND HE IS SO TIMID IT IS HARD TO GET CLOSE TO HIM YOU STUPID FUCKS!.  See what I mean, they make up shit in their own small mind to justify their uncaring for another life.

I carry a 20 lb bag of dog food in my truck to feed them whenever I can and pet them, show them a little love in their life, a little friendship.  Funny thing is it has not hurt me a bit, my hands have not fallen off and I can still breath fine, to show some kindness has not brought any harm to me.  It has made some drivers dislike me because they told me I should not encourage them (the dogs) to beg and hang around.  I am a new guy with this company and don’t know many drivers by name, but I know who they are and FUCK THEM!  I don’t like liberals and I don’t like people who don’t like animals, just the way I am.

Enough of me, now to the thing I found today.  I hope this makes us think twice about becoming a pet owner if we are not ready for the commitment that comes with it.  A dog can live a pretty long time, 10-15 years if nothing bad happens to them and are taken care of.  So when your kid wants that beautiful little puppy, and all puppies are beautiful I think we need to seriously get the fact they will be with you a long time.  They are not something to throw away when it is not convenient for you to keep them.  If you must give them up PLEASE take the time to find them a good home.  Take it upon yourself as your duty to them to do so, to get them a good home, they are depending on you for their very life.  Yes, their life is in your hands, you have the power of life or death over them.

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PLEASE READ ALL BELOW & SHARE — NEED to go viral! & spread awareness! … Letter from a Shelter Director:

” You can’t keep your pet? Really? ” ~By a Shelter Director
… Our society needs a huge “Wake-up” call.
As a shelter manager, I am going to share
a little insight with you all…
a “view from the inside” – if you will.

First off, any of you whom have surrendered a pet
to a shelter or humane society should be made to work
in the “back” of an animal shelter – for just ONE DAY.

Maybe if you saw the life drain from those sad,
lost, confused eyes, you’d stop
and help these animals find homes.

That puppy you just dropped off will most likely end upSB_-Dogshelterpic
in my shelter when it’s no longer a cute little puppy anymore.

Just so you know, there’s a 90% chance that your dog will never
walk back out, once entered into the shelter system…
Purebred or not!

About 25% of all of the dogs that are “owner surrenders” or “strays”
that come into a shelter are ‘purebred’ dogs.

The most common excuses: “We’re moving and can’t take our dog (or cat).”
Really? Where (& why) are you moving to a place that doesn’t allow pets?
… Or they say “The dog got bigger than we thought it would”. How big did you think a German Shepherd would get? … “We don’t have time for her”. Really? I work a 10-12 hour day & still have time for ALL my dogs! ….”She’s tearing up our yard”. How about learning proper exercise & leadership & making her a part of your family?

….. “We just don’t want to have to stress about finding a place for her — & we know she’ll get adopted…. she’s a good dog”.
Odds are, your pet will NOT get adopted … & how stressful do you think it is for your pet to be dumped by the ppl she trusted in a noisy, stressful shelter?

Did you know…
Your pet ONLY has 72hours to find a new family from the moment you drop it off? …..that means the 1st couple days when he/she is the most stressed, sad & confused, he better suck it up & put on a smile for ppl looking to adopt! Or else…..

And often dogs are scared & do not respond well to ppl talking @ them in kennels; & they often are still holding their pee/poo for the 1st few days waiting on a walk… so ppl dont think they act very “adoptable”, misunderstanding the poor dog & all the stress they are going thru!!

IN SOME STATES, owner surrendered pets can be euthanized rt away!!!!! (1 lady changed her mind & went back 20min. later & it was too late!)

Some states’ shelters also ONLY have 2-4 days HOLD for strays, they are so full, they barely have enough time for legit ppl looking for their lost dog to find them before they are euthanized!!!

Sometimes a little longer — if the shelter isn’t full…
& if your dog/cat manages to stay completely healthy — in a germy place where that is almost impossible to do! ………. BUT if it sniffles, it is euthanized!!

Your pet will be confined to a small kennel in a room
with other barking & crying animals.943596_456455171112792_1769162558_n
It will have to relieve itself where it eats & sleeps.
It will be depressed & will cry constantly for you.
If your pet is lucky, there will be enough volunteers in that day
to take him/her for 1 short walk.
If not, your pet won’t get any attention besides having a bowl of food
slid under the kennel door & the waste sprayed out of it’s pen
w/ a high-powered hose. Most dogs are too stressed to eat, too uncomfortable holding their potty, & too scared when ppl approach them…. or desperate for any attention, neither of which is a healthy, happy mindset…

If your dog is big, black or any of the “bully” breeds (or misunderstood, sensitive aloof breeds), it is pretty much a dead dog walking from the second you walked it thru the door!
(Pit Bull, Rottie, Mastiff, chow, akita, etc)

If your cat is scared & doesn’t act ‘friendly’ enough,
or if it catches a cold (which most of them do), it will be euthanized.
Those dogs & cats just don’t get adopted.
In most cases, it doesn’t matter how ‘sweet’ or ‘well behaved’ they are.
If your pet doesn’t get adopted within it’s short time frame allotted – if any time is given at all! … & esp if the shelter is full, it will be KILLED!
If the shelter isn’t full & your pet is ‘good’ enough, & of a ‘desirable’ enough breed, it MIGHT get an extension of execution, but not for long.

Most dogs get very stressed from staying in a kennel after about a week & are
KILLED b/c ppl misunderstand them as ‘showing aggression’.
Even the sweetest dogs will turn in this stressful environment!!!

If your pet makes it over ALL of those hurdles, chances are it
will get kennel cough or an upper respiratory infection & will be
KILLED because the shelter gets paid a fee to euthanize each animal & making money is better than spending money to take this animal to the vet.

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Here’s a little Euthanasia 101 for those of you who have never witnessed a perfectly healthy, scared animal being KILLED:

First, your pet will be taken from its kennel on a leash — or handled forcefully on a catch pole, often they are terrified & bite @ the pole, causing bleeding, ripping gum from their jaw, breaking teeth, etc.
Or many of them look relieved, actually happy, wagging their tail, like they are finally getting out of a cage & going for a walk…

Until they get to “The Room”…. where they can smell fear & death!!!

EVERY ONE of them freaks out & puts on the brakes when they get to the door. They shut down, they are petrified, desperate to live! (Like they trusted someone to walk them & feel betrayed that the person is killing them instead! This goes against their social nature! It breaks their spirit — like it wasnt broken enough already by being betrayed by the ppl who dumped him here… By sitting in a cage for days… )

Your dog or cat will be restrained, held down by a couple shelter workers,
depending on the size & how terrified they are.
Then a shelter worker who we call a “euthanasia tech” (often UNtrained, & certainly NOT a vet!) “finds” a vein in the front leg & injects a lethal dose of the “pink stuff”. Often just enough to kill them is injected, & they lay there for hours, dying in agony alone… Some dogs have been put into the freezer STILL alive & dying slowly alone in agony…

The vein is hard to find on a writhing panic-stricken dog, especially from an UNtrained person, so often this is a painful ordeal of being stuck many times over the course of hours!! And needles rip out of the leg & blood is everywhere & the dog is screaming in pain & fear!!!!!

Shelters do NOT have to have a vet perform their euthanasia procedures.526614_462819543788842_738405845_n
Oftentimes, they are UNtrained personnel administering lethal injections!!
So… that employee may take 50 pokes w/ the same needle & 3 hours to get inside the vein!!! …. All the while, YOUR pet is in agony!

And once that horror is done, they don’t just “go to sleep”, they spasm for several minutes, gasp for breath & defecate on themselves.

SOME shelters use HEART STICK, which is injecting direct into the heart. To save money, they often cut corners & DONT stick the dog w/ sedative 1st! Since the dog is in a panic, they often miss & painfully stick other organs!!

Other states still have GASSING shelters! Where dogs are overcrowded into ovens, & to save money, barely enough gas is used on as many dogs as possible at a time… They paw, scratch, bite, panic & are desperate to breathe & live. Big dogs are often STILL alive @ the end of the horror & have to go thru it a 2nd time!!! It can take up to an hour for some to die!

Shelters are trying to make money to pay employee pay checks
& there’s the board of directors, who need to be paid too!

Consequently, corners are cut, & we don’t spend our funds to
tranquilize the animal before injecting them w/ the lethal drug,
we just put the burning lethal drug in their vein & let them suffer until dead.

If it were not a business for profit, we’d do it humanely & hire a
licensed vet to do this procedure. That way, the animal would be sedated
or tranquilized & THEN euthanized.

But to do this procedure correctly would only cost more money…
so we don’t necessarily do what is right for the animal,
we do what’s “expedient” (tho it actually takes longer to KILL them, since they are writhing in pain) so we can continue to make a buck!

In the end, your pet’s corpse will be stacked like firewood in a large freezer, usually in the back of the building w/ all of the other animals that were killed. They will lay there (remember some are still sying in the freezer) until being picked up like garbage……

What happens next? Cremated?
Taken to the dump?
Minced into pet food by-product & fillers?
Or used for schools or labs to dissect & experiment on?
You’ll never know & it probably won’t even cross your mind.
After all, it was just an animal & you can always buy another one, right?!

I hope that those of you who still have a beating heart & have read thisSB_r_in_Washington,_Iowa
are bawling your eyes out & can’t get the pictures out of your head.
I deal w/ this everyday.
I hate my job, I hate that it exists &
I hate that it will always be there …. unless YOU people make changes
& start educating yourselves, your children, the public!!!!
Do the research, do your homework, & know exactly
what you are getting into before getting a pet!!!!
These shelters & humane societies exist because people just do not care about animals anymore!!!

Animals were NOT intended to be disposable but b/c of ppl’s selfishness & ignorance, that is what they’ve become!

For those of you that care—
please repost this!!!!
Let’s see if we can get this all around the U.S. & make an impact!!!!!!!!!!!

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