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Activists Appeal to Nova Scotia SPCA: Please act to secure Brindi from wrongful death

Carol Waterman, Animal Activist, Montreal 

From: Carol Waterman
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2014 16:27:38 -0400
To: Elizabeth Murphy
Cc: David Ross ;, Sandra Flemming, Board of Directors ;

July 14, 2014

Good Afternoon,

After many years of fighting to save an innocent dog Brindi from death, today I received horrific news that HRM, Halifax has been given the green light to kill her.   As an animal advocate & animal lover in Montreal, QC, I find this to be totally unjust.

Brindi has spent many years of her life locked up in a cage, without getting any special love, care and freedom.  Don’t you think she has been punished enough?  Surely this extremely harsh punishment does not fit her so-called crimes. And most certainly, holding her for all these years is absolute cruelty!

Brindi has grown older and her health has declined.  She deserves to be released to live out her life in peace.  I implore you to intervene and save Brindi from this doom.  She does not deserve to die!

Your treatment of Brindi truly contradicts your MISSION and VISION as stated on your website:      

 “The mission of the Nova Scotia SPCA is to prevent abuse, neglect and cruelty to animals, and provide for province-wide leadership on matters that promote and improve the welfare of all animals through animal protection; care and rehabilitation; humane education; advocacy and engagement and collaboration with stakeholders. ”  
Your Vision states: 
 “The vision of the Nova Scotia SPCA is that Nova Scotia be a no-kill province and a safe place for all animals with zero tolerance for animal cruelty.”
Thousands of innocent animals are killed annually by the SPCAS across Canada and this must stop now!  We are here to save our precious creatures and not to murder them “en masse”.   Isn’t it time for the NSSPCA to live up to their statements?

Thank you.

Carol Waterman
Canadian Volunteers for the Protection of Animals
Montreal, QC

Sent to:

"My doctrine is this: That if we see cruelty or wrong that we have the power to stop, and we do nothing, we make ourselves sharers in the guilt"~ Anna Sewel ~  Author of Black Beauty     

Sharon Kennedy, Animal Activist 

From: Sharon Kennedy
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2014 17:58:42 -0400
Subject: Board of Directors

I an sending this e-mail on behalf of a dog that has suffered greatly and now is under the penalty of an execution order. So please allow me to remind the Board that you have a duty of responsibility not only for the people who pay your salaries but more importantly to God.

All life carries the breath of God and you think that you will not be held accountable for the execution of Brindi come judgment day?

God is very clear that we are all as nations and individuals judged by what we do and what we fail to do.   We are commanded to be as compassionate with all creation as Christ is with us. 

Christ went to the cross and endured agony to pay our sin debt and to give justice to all creation and this is how you repay and thank him.....standing in idleness when an innocent dog is murdered?  I expect the SPCA Board to intervene and do what they are empowered to do which is find an adopter for Brindi.

This is a reasonable solution which will please everyone who knows the history of Brindi and will most certainly put a smile on God's face.

Sharon J. Kennedy

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