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Every year, millions of abused and abandoned animals are gassed to death, or chemically killed. As usual, instead of going after the CAUSE of these claimed overpopulated animals, we instead kill off large numbers of them. We react instead of being pro-active.
While it is true that pet owners need to have their pets spayed and nuetered, this process is so cost prohibitive in many cases that owners simply cannot afford to have it done.
The average cost of spaying and nuetering across the country is 85.00 to 150 dollars. The cost of euthanizing these same animals is as much or more. Wouldn't it make better economic sense to offer low cost spay and nueter, and avoid the costly euthanizing?
Every year organizations claiming to exist to protect animals from abuse, neglect and possbile euthansia, collect millions upon millions of dollars in donations. Instead of funding kill shelters, would we not be better served to fund free or reduced cost spay and nueter clinics? This would reduce unwanted populations of animals that eventually are held in shelters waiting to die. I know the animals would appreciate it.
Join us as we discuss our unsavory acceptance gas chambers and other methods of killing off unwanted animals.