ASK QUESTIONS Before HELPING an Animal Rescue With a “CRISIS Rescue” to Be Sure They Are NOT a “RETAIL RESCUE”

Elephant and CatYeah, real help, NOT the PRETEND-kind like some/many of the animal rescues that say “we offered to help them (animal owners)”, but the “help” they offer is:
1. OFTEN to TAKE ANIMALS FOR FREE from the owners;
2. then trash the animal owner publicly that they’re supposedly “helping”;
3. the “retail rescue” then forms mobs of regular people on social media once they have gotten animals signed over to them by the animal owner that thinks they are being “helped”, who then drag the animal owner through the mud, defame them, libel them, threaten them, stalk them, harass them, and MANY other things that are just plain de-civilized behavior;
4. and all the while these so-called “rescues” are pleading for FREE-money donations they rarely are held to account for WHERE the money is really spent (often on themselves, their own personal animals, their kids, etc);
5. and then these animal dealers/traders/flippers posing as “animal rescues” BLAME it on the animal owner when the “rescue” KILLS the animals that have exhausted their “donation-value” for pulling in “sympathy/pity” donations;
6. but they REFUSE to show vet reports, vet bills, videos, and photos of the animal BEFORE they kill the animal/s;
7. and then they REFUSE to post euthanasia reports and bills for the animal AFTER their vet has *supposedly* euthanized the animal;
8. and their True Believer Kool-Aid drinking followers actually believe the animal “had” to be KILLED because their favorite “rescue” “said” they did;
9. but the REAL REASON the animal was usually killed (Note: none of this is taking into consideration the animals the rescue “says” they are rescuing but never show photos of and/or not considering the many animals that are “disappeared” without a word being said about them, and no one asks about them either), or POOF!, simply “disappeared” was because the animal could not/cannot be “adopted for a fee”/SOLD because of “issues” they have, and no one wants them even for free;
10. and these “retail rescues” are NOT “in the business” of keeping and maintaining animals that have no value in either selling them or getting in donations for because the facts and documentation point to these people as animal traders posing as rescues, but they are really “retail rescues” in the BUSINESS of making money.

11. and no intelligent person believes them when they “SAY” the animal is in “foster care”, “a sanctuary”, “went to another rescue”, or was “adopted” without seeing factual PROOF, DOCUMENTATION, photos, and videos of the animal wherever they were supposedly moved and shuttled off too.

12. because without that PROOF and FACTUAL INFORMATION, chances are that many of the small animals (dogs, cats, rabbits, etc) have been dumped somewhere out of the area where the ‘rescue’ is located to fend for themselves, dropped off at an out-of-area animal control and “owner surrendered for euthanasia”, killed by someone that has no problem killing the animal “wherever” and then burying them, disposing of them in a dumpster, a landfill, etc.
And in the case of horses, documentation attained shows that some “retail rescues” “back-door” horses through other horse traders, through out-of-area “kill sales”, through kill buyers, and through feedlots horses INTO “the slaughter pipeline”, and the useless horses are commercially slaughtered, sent there by the very people that were supposed to have “rescued them”. Some horse rescues also “continue the circle of life”, so these cheap-skate, greedy posers say, by taking live horses to carnivore sanctuaries where the horse is shot, and then the quite possibly TAINTED meat is fed to the carnivores –
THAT is actually considered by many people to be abuse and/or cruelty to carnivores in ‘sanctuaries’ that are fed horse meat that quite possibly contains toxic chemicals and drugs.

So PLEASE kind-hearted people in the public sector that ARE truly trying to HELP animals in need of helping, and NEVER just take “the word” of a rescue that an animal owner was neglectful, cruel, abusive, that they weren’t feeding and taking care of their animals the best they could, etc.

*Maybe* they did need some “help” to get back on track on various things to make the animals lives better a bit sooner, and they were trusting enough to believe that a rescue was truly going to help them keep their family-member animals at home where they belong until the animal owner got back on their feet.

However, in many cases, the animal owners that end up under attack by these “retail rescues” did NOT NEED help, so they refused the rescue access to their property and their animals, but the “retail rescue” saw an opportunity to make free money through donations, get free animals they can sell and/or get thousands upon thousands of dollars of “sympathy/pity” donations for, a way in which the “rescue” receives attention, accolades, praise, and several other things, so they ramp-up a MOB and go on the attack – all of this occurs even though the ‘retail rescues’ are often committing non-profit fraud, income tax fraud, and other crimes,

Non-Profit Fraud2

The phenomenon of what is called “retail rescue” (animal traders/dealers/brokers/’flippers’) is operating in epidemic proportions ALL OVER the United States, and also around the world, and it IS just plain NASTY, unethical, dishonest, dishonorable, and often does NOT really help the animals at all.

It basically brings out the very worst of human nature in far too many people that join a “social media madness mob” and attack people they don’t even know based on “the word” of a so-called “rescue” they don’t even know, that OFTEN REFUSE to SHOW FACTUAL INFORMATION such as vet reports, vet bills, receipts for EVERYTHING, photos of ALL of the animals, videos of ALL of the animals, etc.

And because animal owners are trusting that if a “rescue” is offering to “help” them, they really:

1.  believe, at first anyway, that it means the rescue will “help” them with their animals right there at/in their own homes;

2. but by the time the animal owner figures out “help” from “retail rescues” really means “we will assess (“sort” and “cherry-pick”) and decide which animals we are taking for FREE, and then you (the animal owner) get to keep the ones we can’t sell, that we’ll have to hassle with killing later, or that we don’t have a USE for”;
3. and after the “retail rescue” has taken off with free animals, or if their brand of “help” was refused by the animal owner and the retail rescue ramped-up a “seizure scam” with the help, and in collusion with, tax-payer-FUNDED government agencies like animal control, the Department of Agriculture, etc.
4. it is far too late for the animal owner to stop what has been put in motion, (this is WHY fewer and fewer animal owners are asking for help; because they are realizing they may get attacked instead and they will have their family member animals stolen from them) and they are under a Animal Enterprise Terrorism aka “seizure scam” attack by hoards of people on the Internet that they don’t even know WHO they are participating in ruthlessly and aggressively attacking, nor do their “targets for attack” know them either.

In order to separate the real rescues from the “retail rescues“, anyone that really wants to KNOW for themselves the TRUTH and the FACTS instead of “taking a rescues word for it”:1.

when any PUBLICLY-operated, PUBLICLY-marketed, PUBLICLY-donation-funded animal rescue POSTS that they HAVE to ‘rescue’ some animals; 

2. they ask for donations and are doing yet another “fundraiser” without registering it with the state if that is the LAW in the state they operate from;
3.  and BEFORE someone decides to *maybe* be supportive by sharing, donating, participating in any way with a above stated type of ‘rescue’ supposedly “rescuing” animals, save the questionnaire posted below to your files, and then send it to the rescue you are considering helping;
4. All they will need to do is print it, fill it out, scan it, and return it to the sender, (and knowing how skilled these “rescues” are at posting all kinds of advertising, photo-shopping photos, producing videos, etc, this should be easy-peasey for them to do);
5. and then the sender can make much better decisions regarding researching the information sent to them by the rescue they are considering supporting, and they will have factual and real information to base their decision to help, or maybe not, that particular rescue.

The questionnaire to be sent to PUBLICLY-operated, marketed, and donation-supported animal rescues:

Rescue Questionnaire1 Rescue Questionnaire2 Rescue Questionnaire3 Rescue Questionnaire4 Rescue Questionnaire5 Rescue Questionnaire6 Rescue Questionnaire7

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