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  • Milagro

    December 10, 2015

    I have never been to Belfast although I have trvlealed to other parts of Britain, but hence forth I will keep Belfast off my map. I would also like experience my ordeal in dealing with Harris County’s Killing Machine in Canino Road. We successfully saved a Pit Bull/Mix (we call her Jean) with the help of Spindletop Rescue in Willis, Texas. While we waited there a Hispanic family unknowingly brought in a black young Pit Bull they found and was the joy of her 7-8 year old daughter for adoption. The dog was friendly and playful. As I inquired and explained if you leave this dog here they will put him down. And one of the attendant confirmed they do not provide pit bulls for adoption. She and her kids quickly left the god forsaken place with the cute Pit Bull pup. At the end of the day after we picked our adopted dog and left the place we noticed a refrigerated trailer leave the premises. And my guess was that it is used to carry the carcasses of Man’s best friend . We have no idea how many or where they are going. I would strongly encourage folks to write and lobby the Harris County Judges to respond and find alternate solutions. Harris County tax receipts I am told is one of the highest of all the County’s in USA and we as tax payers should do more to provide no kill shelter(s) for the County. I even donated money to the Shelter and shocked to learn how they are putting these poor animals down.

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