Goderich Drug Bust

Should Taxpayer Money Still Be Used To Kill Family Pets

Source: WFP
Date: Tue May 15 08:03:47 MST 2018

A petition to make Huron County a "no-kill" county has been started on Change.org.

Too many lost pets have been slaughtered simply because the dog-catcher and the municipality refuse to advertise and notify the public about animals taken into custody. No matter how cute and cuddly the animal is, how loud it purrs, or even if it loves tummy rubs, it will be executed if not claimed in a day or two period. Imagine coming home from the hospital to find out the Municipality killed your pets. There have been countless reports of Critter-Nazi Bob Trick luring animals off properties so he can cash in by taking another family pet to death row. Sign the petition below to help bring an end to the slaughter.





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