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Slaktet 100 hunder mens de andre hundene så på!

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Hei Bent. Takk for svar og flott at du la dette på den norske siden din. Nedenfor får du link til og lite utdrag fra samme sak mer detaljert i The New York Times. Etter et innledende skudd løp ei tispe rundt med kinnet blåst av og øyet hengende ute, kulen traff også en annen hund som ikke skulle avlives og den led i 15 minutter før den døde, en annen hund forlatt som død i 20 minutter flyktet fra massegraven kun for å bli skutt på nytt.

Jeg vil spy, dette er så grusomt at det finnes ikke ord, ikke rart hundene begynte å angripe morderen for å forsvare seg, de sto jo fastbundet så de kunne ikke flykte som de normalt ville gjort... for de har faktisk mer forstand enn mange mennesker. Men hva forteller denne historien oss, hunden er menneskets beste venn, så kommer sannheten i sånne reportasjer der menneskene blir hundens verste fiende! Så sant så sant, helvete er her på jorda, denne verden er onskapens bankkonto.
 
PS:  Hundene har vandret over broen hvor de har det godt nå, noe de aldeles ikke hadde det før de startet på turen over.
Det er bra at sånne historier når ut til flest mulig og vi får håpe dette blir en del av straffen for det hundemorderne gjorde, og disse kyniske krapylene blir nok overrasket når deres tid er omme og de prøver å komme seg over regnbuebroen som er stengt for dem.
De blir stående der i ondskapens fangarmer og se over til lyset og freden på andre siden som er forbeholdt dyrene og oss mennesker som  forstår å verdsette dem og behandle dem med respekt... som de her menneskene gjør... http://www.wimp.com/hippohouse/ 
Hilsen
Monica

Canadians Outraged After Report of Cruelty in Mass Killing of Sled Dogs

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/02/world/americas/02dogs.html?_r=1&partner=rss&emc=rss

The killing went on for two days, and several of the deaths were grisly, the compensation board’s report said. When an initial shot failed to kill a dog that was the mother of the employee’s family pet, she ran around with her “cheek blown off and her eye hanging out” until she was felled by a rifle with a scope, according to the report. The bullet also penetrated another dog, which was not supposed to be part of the kill and which suffered for about 15 minutes before dying.

Another dog, left for dead for 20 minutes, emerged from a mass grave only to be shot again, the report said. The employee said he eventually wrapped his arms in foam padding after the frightened dogs began attacking him.

PS: The dogs have walked across the bridge where they all feel good now, something they absolutely not did before they started the trip over.
It is good that such stories reach out to as many as possible and we hope this will be a part of the sentence for the dog killers did, and those cynical people will probably be surprised when their time is over and they try to cross the rainbow bridge that is closed to them.
They stood there in the evil tentacles and look over to the light and peace on the other side is reserved for animals and humans, who know how to appreciate them and treat them with respect ... that the people here do ...
http://www.wimp.com/hippohouse/  You must have a look at this movie! Please send this page to your friends by using the "Send this homepage to a frind" below.

Local News 1/31/2011

MASS DOG KILL IN WHISTLER/UPDATE  WHISTLER/CKNW AM 980 

The BC SPCA simply calls it a slaughter.
A major tour operator in Whistler has admitted to ordering the killing of 100 dogs, after a post-Olympic slump in bookings of dog-sled tours.
The fallout from that calculated business decision is just beginning, with one worker diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder, and a criminal investigation getting underway.
"Outdoor Adventures Whistler" ordered the killing of 100 dogs in April of last year, after a post-Olympic downturn.
Worksafe BC documents obtained by CKNW say an employee has been granted compensation after developing post traumatic stress disorder for having to kill the dogs himself over a two day period.
Lawyer Cory Steinberg says the employee "..... ended up having to do it...I guess the only way to describe it was "near misses". It wasn't always a clean, one-shot kill. Inevitably he ended up seeing and having to put the end to some horrific scenes."
Steinberg speaks on behalf of the worker who doesn't want to be named.
In most cases dogs were shot more than once, or had their throats slashed before they were pitched into what is described in the documents as a mass grave. Some were still alive.

The company didn't contest the Worksafe injury claim. In fact, they even made a correction, where the worker stated he had killed 70 dogs, the company corrected and wrote he had actually killed 100.
The head of cruelty investigations at the BC SPCA says they are launching an investigation, after reviewing the Worksafe BC file.
Marcy Moriarty says they will be interested to find the mass grave mentioned in the documents.
She says this has been truly difficult to learn of, "...that description where he notes that one of the dogs he thought had been killed was crawling around in this mass grave.....honestly I had to put down the story then."
She says it's a dirty secret of the industry that so many dogs are bred purely out of greed.
Moriarty says there appears to have been breaches of the animal cruelty act in the cull and criminal charges are a possibility.
"Outdoor Adventures at Whistler" has issued a statement in response to the story.

Spokesperson Graham Aldcroft says "the events are tragic and regrettable."

He says while we were aware of the relocation and euthanization of dogs at "Howling Dog Tours Whistler" we were completely unaware of the details of the incident until we read them in the WCB document yesterday.

Aldcroft goes on to say while "Outdoor Adventures" had a financial interest in "Howling Dogs Tours Whistler" for four years the operational control of the company was with the employee referred to in the WCB ruling.

In May however Outdoor Adventures took control of 'Howling Dogs Tours Whistler.'

Since then Aldcroft says significant changes have been made to ensure humane treatment of the dogs and improved safety protocols of the operation.

 

 

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