So if you haven't heard yet about the results of the PETS TRUST initiative...
It was a phenomenal campaign won with bare bones funding compared to the Children's Trust that raised $20 million to win a similar election. And now the country is watching, hoping to implement a Pets Trust in their county to make a difference.The pressure is on.
While the Pets Trust won majority voter approval, county commissioners still have the last word. Yes, it's never simple. And if you're familiar with our county process, things move slowly, too slowly in our opinion.
The Pets Trust team has already drafted a plan and distributed it to experts nationwide for their input. Once this National Advisory Board has offered suggestions, improvements and validated the plan, Pets Trust team will present it to the county commission. This next part is important.
If the county commission delays proceedings, we will need your help to pound them with emails to urge them to get on track! It will take time to implement programs to save these healthy pets from euthanasia and build new clinics and so much more. We can't afford anymore legislative/political delays. Having sat in numerous sessions dealing with the Pets Trust issue, Christine can share with you the painstaking preambles and speeches that lead to delaying numerous county issues.
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By the way, many people thought the photo of the puppy at the podium and microphone was photoshopped--NOT AT ALL. Christine was there when a volunteer was approached by homeless man selling the puppy right outside government center. Rita paid the man, took the puppy in her arms and charged right into the county session room and up to the podium for Pepe Sal to have his turn and speak for fellow pets.
In the meantime, Pawsitively Humane, Inc. will continue its efforts to educate the public about responsible pet ownership, the need to spay/neuter, and what they can do to reverse the trend of unwanted pets from euthanization.
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