March 5, 2024

4 thoughts on “Oxford Lafayette Humane Society Receives Allegations of Corruption

  1. Every true shelter should be no-kill. We can follow the guidelines of the northern states where all pets must legally be spayed/neutered. Over time, there would be no overpopulation problem. I am the founder of a no-kill shelter. We have adopted out over 1,050 dogs and puppies over the three years we have existed. We keep a waiting list and take in another as soon as one is adopted. We never euthanize! This works! In addition, dogs are greatly sought after in the North. Many of ours have gone on northern transports. Let’s all join in the effort to make all shelters truly humane by doing away with euthanasia!!

  2. All true shelters should be no-kill. Euthanasia is not the answer to overpopulation; spaying/neutering is. We would do well to follow the example of the northern states who require pet owners to have their dogs altered. Over time, there would be no crowded shelters. I am the founder of a no-kill shelter. We have adopted over 1,050 dogs and puppies over the three years of our existence. We keep a waiting list and once a dog is adopted, we take in the next one on the list. This works!! And we never euthanize! In addition, the northern states are happy to take our excess dogs. Let’s all join together in the effort to make all shelters truly humane by doing away with euthanasia.

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