No-Kill Shelter Caught Killing Dogs in Undercover Investigation

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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 bad enough we have bad people abusing animals every day and now you can’t trust the people you should be able to trust. What a travesty and I certainly hope these people have to answer to someone about these injustices!


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