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Five People in the 2009 Doghouse

Offbeat  (tags: animals, humans, dog house, 2009, environment )

- 3491 days ago -
We wouldn't have much of a problem naming more than five people who earned a ticket to the proverbial doghouse over animal issues in the last year. The five that I chose to feature are all people who had the chance to do the right thing, to make a


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MmAway M (520)
Thursday December 31, 2009, 8:05 pm
Thanks Cher!!!

While I am not in total agreement about the list...

Michael Vick needs to be on top, as well as the law makers of the good ole United States of America that are not protecting our animals..

What a mess...


Charlene B (29)
Friday January 1, 2010, 8:07 am
Comment I made on the blog:
"You really should have added Ed Sayres, president of the ASPCA. After the killing of Oreo, the "miracle dog", then the killing of Max, another pit bull, they then returned an incredibly abused dog to it's owners. A coverup of this situation continues right now.

I'm no fan of Pacelle, but the HSUS has very recently proposed changes and Pacelle even admitted that they have not handled things in the best way (can't remember the exact wording right now). OTOH, Sayres continues a killing spree in NY and even kills dogs in retaliation. He is a very, very bad man....make room for him in the doghouse."

Ed Sayres is a danger to every animal in NY and any animal situation the ASPCA gets involved in. Please sign the petition to demand his resignation, he is not the right person to have in this position.

Past Member (0)
Friday January 1, 2010, 10:25 pm
Doghouse is too good for them. They should be treated the same as the animals that they were in some way responsible for. Thanks Cher.
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