Thursday, October 1, 2009

30 Pitbulls Seized in North Carolina

When Greene Co authorities did not have space to take care of 30 Pitbulls they seized from an alleged dogfighting operation, they drove them over to Wake Co:

Michael Williams, director of Animal Care, Control, and Adoption for Wake County, said the shelter handles any dogs that may have been trained to fight with special care.

"Historically, they are friendly towards people and aggressive towards other dogs," he said. "So of course, we keep them isolated. We have protective measures we take here so we provide a safe environment for our staff and the other animals."

Hell, I'm just glad they didn't kill them all outright. The times they are a-changin'?


Kari in Redwood City said...

I like this. People are starting to see the light!

Heather B said...

So what will happen to those dogs after a few days?
Will they do individual testing ?
Or will they bother to rehabilitate any of them?
I don`t trust anyone these days.