Suncoast dogs may face death unless adopted

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  • cindymac posted at 4:59 pm on Fri, Jul 5, 2013.

    cindymac Posts: 3

    I know rescues are doing all they can. My special needs cat rescue if full. people need to stop breeding and get their pets spayed or neutered. when adopting animal are a long term commitment please consider that.

  • minpin3165 posted at 2:06 pm on Fri, Jul 5, 2013.

    minpin3165 Posts: 1

    they have decided that they will not allow fosters to take these dogs out so they will live that is wrong and in no way on the way to being no kill....if you are a no kill shelter, you have many many foster. There were many folks that wanted to step up and foster, but they will not allow it.[sad]

  • kytransplant posted at 1:27 pm on Fri, Jul 5, 2013.

    kytransplant Posts: 4

    Why aren't they posting these dogs on their website or facebook page? There are only 11 dogs on their website under "adoptable".



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