The Animal Holocaust
started a few days ago, and since has created a media firestorm. Now the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is storm(troop)ing back.
In the OSPCA’s first address to the media in the past couple days, as it avoided all calls and communication earlier, its chairman, Rob Godfrey said, "Yeah, the good news is that there's not gonna be mass euthanasia."
At the time of publishing, 99 animals had already been euthanized by the OSPCA’s Newmarket shelter, due to a highly treatable ringworm infection.
NINETY-NINE is NOT mass murder, Mr. Godfrey?
Imagine you lived in an apartment block and got a treatable infection.
Imagine this infection spread to most people in the building.
Imagine it was too expensive or time consuming to treat, so the governing body of the apartment complex decided that everybody in the building – whether infected or not with this treatable disease – had to be euthanized. Killed.
This is only imaginary, thank goodness. Because something like this would never happen… to humans.
Something like this is happening right now however, to dogs, cats, and other animals - about 350 of them.