"Baby, the Neglected Samoyed" Update and Some Other Stuff You Need to Know!By Everythinganimal
Take for example, the story of "Justice", yet another dog returned to his abusive and neglective owners, as reported by gothamist.com. Here is the link for this story, "For Unknown Reason, Neglected Dog Returned to Owner" Please watch the video in this story! Here is yet another example of what the ASPCA didn't do right! How many times do we to have to read examples of an organization, who, by the way, continually seems to be able to come up with the money to run ad after ad to get our money, but yet, when it comes time to come to the rescue, nothing, and I do mean, nothing, is done!
I for one, have had it! I am disgusted, aggravated, and at a loss as to what can be done to get these organizations back on track! So, here's the only idea I have left. Here's a list of the places you can contact! Do it! Contact them! Again, and again, and yet again! Let's get our point across. You should not be "begging" for money if the money you receive is not going to go to the cause at hand, in this case, dogs like "Justice" and "Baby" and, God knows, how many more we haven't even heard about yet!
Use the following and use them frequently, until we get some satisfaction:
To contact the ASPCA:
Call their cruelty line @ 212-876-7700 X 4450
Call the business line between 9&5pm @ 212-876-7700 and ask to speak to a supervisor.
Call their membership line @ 800-628-0028 and tell them not one red cent of your money will be donated to them. Money talks.
Let these people know, you can't hide behind a job title and not DO YOUR JOB! I'm sure each and everyone of us has some kind of job to do, whether you are a housewife (and that is "definitely a JOB, ladies) or a lawyer, doctor, janitor, or what have you! We don't get paid until the job we were hired to do, gets done!
I don't mean to be sarcastic, but, please, let these people know that they cannot take a paycheck from an organization like the ASPCA or The Humane Society unless, the ASPCA or Humane Society performs. So yes, if your employer isn't getting the job done, then, you aren't doing your job AND you shouldn't get paid for it!
We need calls, e-mails, letters and, you name it! Let's get some help for these poor defenseless creatures. Let these folks know that when we promise to do something, we do it. Just as we are promising to let them know what they didn't do! And we won't stop until our job is done!
Denise and Max!
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