Anderson Cooper looks at the questionable history of a woman who promised to help reunite owners and pets after hurricane Katrina.
As the founder and president of a small 501(c)3 nonprofit, I find the actions of this woman and her charity totally despicable and support efforts to expose this (and other) abuses of the public trust.
People need to reminded however, that for every "Terri Crisp" there are hundreds of thousands of honest people in the nonprofit sector who are dedicated to fulfilling their organization's mission, earning often significantly LESS than their for-profit counterparts.
Shame on Terri Crisp. And... THANK YOU to all of the nameless people who make our communities a better place to live.
Thank you for this Anderson and Drew! Love you all! You Rock! XO
Hello I wrote to you last week about what these so called dog rescues are doing. But you don't know why this is happening and where it gets started. What they are doing now is going after the breeders in Civil court you don't have a court recorder and the judge makes a decision based on lies. This happened to me on June 19. The animal control the dog catcher and 2 police purged themselves multiple times while I told the truth
My lawyer won the case proving that the charges were false but the judge said that my dogs were being cruelty treated. and in civil court what he says goes. What this all boils down to is that the humane society makes money with these seizures by selling your dogs and putting it on the news and in the paper to get money. My dogs were spayed and neutered without my concent and sent off to rescues and I will never find them again. I'm pretty sure they killed my daughters male and one of my older females. Some of them don't even survive the spaying and neutering. Oh the judge said off the record I could have six new dogs. Does that make sense. If I was cruel why would I be allowed to have more dogs? Please help us our rights and the suffering and lives of our dogs are gone. Can you believe that this is going on in the USA? PLEASE HELP US
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