But where are the organized, publicized marches outside the gates of kennel clubs or dog tracks in violation of greyhound abuse? What is the difference between Michael Vick, and the dog track owners? Why aren't they pressuring legislative leaders to to put a stop to such abuse.
Those of us who have adopted these gentle canines know first hand of the damage done. Some dogs rebound remarkably, while others never recover a all. When organizations like the Southeastern Greyhound Adoption Association out of Georgia, travel to Florida to rescue greyhounds, they are in such bad condition, that would land a ordinary citizen in court for animal abuse. When they don't have enough money to feed the dogs, the dogs don't eat. They don't receive proper veterinarian care when they are sick, and they are given illegal substances to boost their performance on the track.
|At the end of the season, the kill these poor creatures|
|The other photos were worse than these. I find it hard to believe that|
could do this to these beautiful dogs
The ad was actually filmed in Tucson, AZ, at a dog track know to be sited on numerous occasions for animal abuse. When asked to visit the conditions at the track, Grey2K, the media, investigators and at times, inspectors are denied entrance and turned away.
So, where is PETA? Are they seeing the abuse being done to these beautiful dogs, or are they just concerned with what gives them notoriety, and women wearing furs?
|Sketcher attempted to give away free shoes to cars driving by, |
but lost nerve due to support for Skecher boycott supporters.
The above photos were found at here. I had a terrible time with the pictures, and the story it told. I can't understand why our legislative leaders are half-stepping. These pictures don't lie, they are terrible, but who will speak for them.