Where there’s a doubt, there’s no doubt

By August 13, 2020 No Comments

Yesterday, when this post broke the internet, I spent hours seething through my teeth with anger.
I needed to verify some facts and regain some composure before writing anything.  Post is reproduced in full at the bottom of this blog.

Sadly, even though this post speaks of one particular person and one particular case, we know for a fact that it’s not a one off.  AND the truth is that the situation is what it is because so many people are afraid to speak up, so many people are subdued and intimidated, so many are convinced that they don’t have enough proof and are put off by authorities who don’t take them seriously and timely action.

Don’t be.

Animals have no voice. Be theirs.  Report cases like this to Animal Welfare ([email protected] ), to the Police ([email protected]) and to activists such as myself and others.

Even though legal proceedings prohibited the writer from naming and shaming, people are coming out of the woodworks with their horror stories. Please, if you have one, I beg you to come forward as well.

My final note of advice – you might not be 100% sure that this case is true, and that’s up to the authorities to decide (if ever they do), but take it from me, if you have even the slightest doubt NEVER risk your baby’s wellbeing. 

When it comes to protecting animals, whenever there is any doubt, there’s no doubt.


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