Part 1 : Beware of Mentally Ill Manipulators in Donation-Funded Animal Rescue & Their Equally Ill Cult-Followers


It has been scientifically proven that peoples attention-spans are becoming shorter and shorter. One study from 2013 relates that goldfish now have a longer attention-span than humans.

Here’s just one link of many on the subject:

However, if you are an animal-lover that truly CARES about the plight of animals, then you should be aware that animals everywhere are counting on you to read Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog about their plight at the hands of people that profess to be animal rescuers, but who instead are mentally-ill, and are often nothing more than animal traders and dealers bilking the public out of their hard-earned money, or conning wealthy people that have money into believing they actually “rescue animals”, when they really don’t.

Please read this blog post, visit the links provided at the end of the post, and see if you too don’t agree that the pattern of deception by many of the donation-funded animal traders and dealers posing as animal rescues is a cookie-cutter pattern and blueprint that many of them follow to attain YOUR MONEY that you work hard for, with their lies, manipulations, and deceptions.

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Please also watch for the next blog post coming SOON which will cover how victims of these mentally ill peoples and their equally sick cult-followers abuse, stalking, harassment, threats, and attacks, can develop a strategy to go on the OFFENSE, joining groups whose links WILL be provided, that can and will help animal owners under attack, how to perhaps STOP the attack before it gets started, but still have a civil defamation lawsuit, who to speak with, who to file complaints and open investigations with, how to document everything, and MUCH, MUCH MORE.

Once victims of cyber-attacks by social-media-madness-mobs can get out of “defense-mode”, a state where the victims are always kept off-balance and in terror and fearing for their lives, and also their children and animals lives too, and instead begin building their case for a civil suit they will WIN regarding defamation at the very least, with the help of an organization that is forming for going on the offense in civil lawsuits (and when in defense-mode, the Cavalry Group is a very good group to have paid for a membership with: ), and with access to knowledgeable and sympathetic attorney’s that will work pro bono or on a contingency basis when those being sued have “deep pockets”, many of the ignorant-ones in the mobs disappear because they do NOT want to be held to ACCOUNT for their hateful, and often illegal actions, in defense of a rescue animal trader/dealer/flipper they don’t know, haven’t met, and probably will never meet, when they are dragged into civil court, sued, and they find out what its like to LOSE money, respect, and their reputation.

ALL of those negative things occur because they were ignorant, their arrogant sick minds told them they are doing nothing wrong, they “thought” in their warped-and deviant-minds that they were legally untouchable (because hey, “its only the Internet, right, how bad can that be?” and “I use an alternate name or user name, so they don’t know who I am”), and in some cases surprisingly enough, they actually thought the rescue dealer/trader “liked them” and “valued them” when the fact is they were just being used and handled, and then they are thrown away when their “use-and-purpose” is done.

They will find out they were and are wrong when it comes to the legalities of their attacks on behalf of a retail rescue –  the bullied are fighting back nowadays, and using social media, message boards, and most importantly, the courts to do so — and the victims of ruthless and unjust attacks will never stop until they get back their good reputation, their animals (if the animals haven’t been killed or “disappeared” where they are un-findable or dead), and the money they lost having to defend themselves against the ruthless MOB, with the retail rescue cowards that never attack solo leading the charge.

Most of all, victims-on-the-offense will never stop until there is justice and they are vindicated against these evil, conscienceless deviants that have bottomless pits that can never be filled where their souls are supposed to be.


For those that don’t just follow blindly along being a “true believer” that are like a bunch of little Fonzies telling each other how “cool” they are and agreeing with everything a “rescue” does, and also doing a virtual “high five” with other Kool-Aid drinking followers worshiping their own version of Jim Jones, this blog post, and the next one, are for you.

As for the people with minds closed tight as a drum and that don’t care that they’re being “handled” and used by people they don’t even know, and there is only a fractional chance they’ll ever meet in person, let alone visit their “rescue”?

You’ll probably be more comfortable leaving now so that your tightly slammed shut mind doesn’t open and take in some facts about donation-funded animal rescue, and how to tell the “good guys” from the crooks.

So go on, git, because no one here wants you and your ignorance, deception, and evil stupidity….


Let’s Get Started — The Types of Rescues:

Here’s a brief synopsis of what the various, most common types of rescues “classifications” are for those that do not understand yet what is being written about:

  • Primarily or wholly publicly-donation-funded, publicly-marketed, publicly-operated, adoption-based rescues:
    These are animal rescues that are usually only in operation because of the support and generosity of the animal loving donating public that often “Shares” their ‘pleas for help’, and sometimes also donates to them too.
    They primarily use “real time” social media to “reach out” to people across the country and around the world for donations, through both “designated fundraisers” and “undesignated-generic donations”.
    An example of a “designated fundraiser” is when a rescue writes “we’re ‘pulling dogs that are on the euthanasia list at an animal shelter and we need help doing so with your donations” or “we’re going to the monthly horse sale and are going to “rescue”/buy some horses to keep them out of the hands of kill buyers, can you donate?”.
    In many states, laws have been passed that registered non-profits in the state with that law must register with the state for each and every designated fundraiser they have, no matter how big, or how small the fundraiser is.”Undesignated or generic donations” are just that: donations sent to the “rescue” they can use on anything they want related to their charity/non-profit/tax-exempt organization, not to be used for non-charity, for-profit related items or endeavors, or for their personal use (a vacation trip to the Bahamas’ or the primary participants, volunteers, etc getting their nails done for instance).
    Adoption-based means they get in animals, attempt to rehabilitate them physically, emotionally, behaviorally, and then they “adopt” them out usually under contract to an adopter that has qualified to be an adopter of a suitable and compatible animal.
  • Primarily or wholly publicly donation-funded, publicly-marketed, but not adoption-based sanctuaries:
    These too are rescues, but unlike “adoption-based” rescues, they are often sanctuaries for animals that have physical and/or behavioral issues they cannot be rehabilitated from. They are often also not adoption-based because of the nature and types of animals they take-in that have “issues” that would make them difficult to adopt into a long term “forever” home, with some animals being too dangerous to ever responsibly adopt them to anyone.
    These types of animals do not want to be “put down” even though they aren’t useful for anything in the practical sense of the word “useful”, so the rescue cares for them until they finally have to be put down usually because of physical problems/illness/disease/age/injury related issues and the animal does not want to live anymore.
    People that have been around animals a long time, even if they haven’t had that particular animal a long time, know when an animal wants to live, and also when they want to die.
    It all comes down to abiding by the animals wishes of whether to continue with life, or help them pass with a dignified death. No animal should ever be put down for convenience-sake, and no animal should be killed by a rescue just because they have no practical use.
  • { NOTE: There is a disturbing trend in animal rescue of “convenience killing” after the rescue has “sorted” animals for adoptability/salability and/or after their “sympathy-pity donation-value” has been exhausted, has NO PLACE in rescue.  Furthermore, if the animal loving public WAS NOT financing these animal traders/dealers posing as “rescues” regarding doing seizure scams in the “rescue racket”, taking in animals and/or buying these animals, and then also paying with their donations for these “rescues” to have the time to “sort” animals, these animal traders/dealers would NOT be getting in animals they profit from in thousands upon thousands of dollars in free money donations, and also “adoption-for-a-fee”/sales, and they certainly wouldn’t be so blithely killing them either.MOST animal lovers believe that animals should not be euthanized/”put down” unless there is a valid reason pertaining to the animals health, when it comes to rescues doing animal rescue. And if these animal lovers and supporters of donation-funded animal rescues that “put down” (and “disappear”) a lot of animals were given the complete and true story of “why” a rescue ‘says’ they “had” to “put down” an animal instead of often getting spoon-fed the pabulum of fiction and lies by the “rescue”, they would be horrified regarding how many animals are killed and betrayed by common animal traders/dealers POSING as ‘rescues” just so they can part the animal loving public from their money. }

Many of these types of donation-funded rescues/sanctuaries and hospices are not generally open to the public, nor does the public come to their facility to interact in a “social club”-type way.

They have different insurance requirements from those of “open to the public” rescues – “adoption-based” rescues because the liability insurance with the public on the premises frequently, and the limits on their policy, as well as the premiums, are often higher because the policy generally has to cover the public interacting/handling animals, and perhaps also riding at the rescue if it is a horse rescue in order to try-out horses, there may be smaller children around, etc.

Additionally, because of the nature of the animals at a sanctuaries facility, many of these types of rescues do not have “just anyone” from the public volunteering, and often it is a facility that does not have the public on the premises at all.
This is mostly because even with a signed liability release, liability insurance would be a necessity that is relatively expensive to carry with higher liability risk limits if animals have behavioral issues and may be dangerous beyond “the norm” for the species of animal, so these sanctuaries, and perhaps hospices, may not want to pay for insurance that covers the public on the premises, and the rescue is family operated with few, if any, volunteers on the premises.

And finally, because sanctuaries and hospices, whether publicly donation-funded, or self-funded, don’t tend to do the flashier, dramatic, and exciting rescues the public tends to latch onto like they’re dying of thirst in the desert and the ‘rescue’ doing a very public and dramatic ‘rescue’ is water, they often are running on a shoe-string budget, or could be doing just fine, but cannot afford the “nicey-nice” “image is everything” things that some/many in the public use to gauge the worthiness of a rescue.
And since liability insurance is expensive in most cases when a rescue IS carrying the correct insurance (some are NOT), many sanctuaries opt-out of having volunteers, or even employees (Workers Comp would be necessary; adds on even more expensive insurance the rescue may not want to afford), and the rescue/sanctuary is family-run.

The FACT however for either of the two examples above of primarily or wholly publicly-donation-funded animal rescues is that WHEN they are primarily or wholly publicly donation-funded, they have at the very least an ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY, and owe it to the generous public that facilitates their operation with their kind donations and support, to answer any and all questions posed to them by the supportive, donating public.

More on what some of those questions are later in this blog.

  • Primarily, or wholly self-funded rescues, sanctuaries, and hospices, that may, or may not also be adoption-based, do NOT share the same responsibility to the public to share any and all information with the public, or answer questions regarding the operation of the rescue for the simple reason that the operators of the rescue pay for everything, or nearly everything, themselves.
    They usually are not in the habit of running very many, if any, designated fundraisers, they often don’t actively “ask” for donations other than perhaps something written on their website and/or Facebook page that “donations are gladly accepted and very much appreciated”.
    Most of these type of rescues that are not actively and aggressively soliciting donations will still be happy to answer questions that are posed to them. However, since it is primarily, or wholly, their own money that funds their rescue operation and efforts, what they do, or don’t do with animals that were rescued, taken-in because they had no where else to go, or bought in order to save them from a bad fate, really isn’t any business of the publics because the public is contributing little, if anything, to the rescue of animals, the operation of the rescue, vet bills, feed bills, etc.

These are more like private animal owners, but with the perk that if someone does donate to them and they in fact are a 501c3 tax exempt organization, the donor will receive a tax receipt.

This discussion will focus on publicly-operated, publicly-marketed, publicly-donation-funded adoption-based rescues for the simple reason these are the types of rescues that are being infiltrated by animal dealers/traders/flippers posing as animal rescues, and the ONLY way to separate the good and honest donation-funded, adoption-based rescues from the animal dealer retail rescues that fleece the public for free money donations is to ASK QUESTIONS and EXPECT ANSWERS BEFORE YOU SUPPORT and/or DONATE to them.


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