Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Your tax dollars at work killing innocent pets...

if these creepasoids need something to kill, how about helping with my pocket gopher problem?
[...]"It is an image that will never leave me," Maggie’s owner, Denise McCurtain, of Gresham, Ore., said of her death. "She was still breathing as we tried to remove the trap. Her eyes were open and she was looking at me. All I could say was 'I’m trying so hard. You didn’t do anything wrong.'"
Maggie’s death at a minimum was one of hundreds of accidental killings of pets over the last decade acknowledged by Wildlife Services, a little-known branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture that is tasked with destroying animals seen as threats to people, agriculture and the environment. Critics, including a source within the USDA, told that the government’s taxpayer-funded Predator Control program and its killing methods are random -- and at times, illegalread the rest

Maggie in happier times.

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