No-Kill Shelter Caught Killing Dogs in Undercover Investigation

A small humane society in northern Georgia has been deceiving pet owners by claiming to be a no kill shelter, collecting donations for its cause, and killing the dogs it claims to save.

Fox5 I-Team reports:

Pet owners from hundreds of miles away drive to a small humane society in the north Georgia mountains because they think they’re saving lives, but an undercover Fox5 I-Team investigation found exactly the opposite. For $100, customers could guarantee their dog or cat at the Boggs Mountain Humane Shelter would not be euthanized.

In a revolting case of deception, the shelter sent e-mails to owners forced to relinquish their pets telling them their lucky pet had been adopted – when in fact, they had been killed.
 

303 thoughts on “No-Kill Shelter Caught Killing Dogs in Undercover Investigation”

  1. It’s a good thing I have faith in animal-kind because human-kind is severely lacking in morality, kindness, and decency.

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