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Prevent Inhumane Euthanasia in Maryland (They Currently Cannot Sedate Animals Prior to Euthanasia!!)

Animals  (tags: euthanasia, humane euthanasia, sedation, animals, maryland, animal shelter )

- 4099 days ago -
While Maryland animal shelters do have access to drugs used to euthanize animals, they currently are unable to obtain drugs needed to sedate animals prior to euthanasia. This is critical to prevent suffering during the euthanasia process.


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Bruce Combs (468)
Tuesday March 25, 2008, 2:26 pm
"Euthanasia" my ass! As with the word "cull," they simply use a euphemism to make cruel, heartless murder sound respectable and acceptable to the many people that never question authority and whom we must educate. Let me add here another relevant and useful for such topics comment of mine: Here ya go:

For a list of these senseless, cruel, and sadistic (are there any other kind?!) murders of animals go to: where there are at least 5 submission on this same story with the same photo. (A comment at the following link provides a long list of responsible people to contact!)

Please note, comment, and promote each one of these, even if you just paste in the same comment on each one (and you can just copy this comment or parts if you wish!) Please deal with the other topics, too! My submission early today, “HOW DOES OUR GARDEN GROW,”
Concerns not only this topic of cruelty, but also the efficiency for both submitters and signers to use SEARCHES more, as I did to find this page. Be sure to see the comment on “MOTHER NATURE MOURNS,”
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