Wednesday, August 14, 2013

14 pit bulls at San Francisco Animal Control

....but only these two available for adoption:

What will happen to the other 12 dogs which the public never sees?

Even the most overfilled stressed shelters are allowing their dogs to be publicized and networked. Even Lancaster and Devore, some of California's most high kill shelters allow their dogs to be promoted by animal advocates. 

Nobody is promoting these dogs in the back rooms of one of the most affluent cities in the country. 

What will happen to these dogs?

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