RE: [The-Charlotte-Animal-Rights-Meetup-Grou­p] Action Alert: Protesters Needed Thursday in Charlotte

From: Jessica
Sent on: Thursday, February 2, 2012 1:23 PM
Welll I'm going on record to say that while no Ac is perfect.. this AC does a good job working with Humane Society of Charlotte and trying to save animals. They are very sanitary, a big change from the past and a lot, while I don't speak for all, care very much about the animals. They do a good job of adopt ing out. I have been back where they euthanize animals and did not see any assembly line. I worked for HSC and we would pull animals from them every week, they happily worked with us. Yes after the animals are euthanized they are put into a big covered garbage can. It is terrible that so many animals are euthanized, but instead of protesting and being angry we need to go to our legislators and learn more about the no-kill equation by Nathon Winograd. we need tio convince them and animal control that the no-kill equation is the best option for animals and the county bc it does save money (which is what they are concerned about).

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>I may be able to make it BUT I dont see the address.  Which facility?  [address removed] or call[masked]-3377.  
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>Subject: [The-Charlotte-Anima­l-Rights-Meetup-Grou­p] Action Alert: Protesters Needed Thursday in Charlotte
>Date: Thu, 2 Feb[masked]:14:58 -0500
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>Action Alert: Protesters Needed Thursday in Charlotteby YesBiscuit 
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>The Charlotte-Mecklenbur­g ACC pound in NC took in 18,203 animals last year, killing 11,625 of them.  That's a kill rate of 64%.  The Char-Meck pound also likes to pose drugged cats for photos, torture cats with chokepoles and kill pets assembly line style, forcing living pets to watch others being killed and tossed into a wheelbarrow until it's their turn to die.  The pound doesn't adopt Pitbulls to the public.
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>Perhaps it should come as no surprise to learn that HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle thinks the Char-Meck pound is swell.  And according to an e-mail sent out by Char-Meck director Mark Balestra, Mr. Pacelle is going to stop by for a visit tomorrow before heading to an area book signing:
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>We have confirmed that HSUS President/CEO Wayne Pacelle will be at our facility this Thursday February 2nd at 4:30 PM for a Shelter tour. He has heard many great things about our organization  and community outreach  efforts to reduce euthanasia and decrease the over population of companion pets.
>Please ensure that we and the facility are well prepared for this tour and uphold the standards that we represent.
>In other words, dust off your chokepoles, spit-shine the wheelbarrows and get your cats drugged and posed in delightfully witty settings because the Animal Welfare Scammer in Chief is in town!
>I hope area animal advocates will visit the Char-Meck facility on Thursday, February 2 at 4:30pm to speak for the 11,625 pets killed by the pound last year.  Cos I somehow doubt anyone inside the place is going to mention them.  Make a sign to speak for the victims of Char-Meck ACC and protest peacefully during Mr. Pacelle's visit.  Contact the local news to let them know what you're doing and why.
>11,625 dead pets is not an achievement to be praised or rewarded.  HSUS is not humane and Char-Meck ACC is not a shelter.  Stand up for the truth.  Stand up for the voiceless pets in Charlotte.
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>YesBiscuit | February 1, 2012 at 12:28 pm | Categories: animal advocacy, Charlotte-Mecklenbur­g ACC, HSUS | URL: http://wp.me/pR4L...­ 
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