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EUTHANASIA: Also called mercy killing is the act of putting to death painlessly or allowing to die, as by withholding extreme medical measures, a person or animal suffering from an incurable, esp. a painful, disease or medical condition. The act of abolishing life in the healthy, without consent, for any reason, cannot be called Euthanasia.
The Animal Rescue Site

Thursday, September 20, 2007

The Park and the Gas Chamber

Once upon a time, on a little hillock, nestled between human recreational centers was a gas chamber. But this was no ordinary gas chamber, instead of the usual death by agonizing carbon monoxide gas, living, breathing creatures were obliterated with a lethal injection of toxic substances.

The dogs and cats here, just slipped into the "other dimension." The actual "killing" was never allowed to be seen by the cameras of reporters.

Now you see, the raccoons and the skunks, who carried a deadly virus and were responsible for infecting humans, were clever. They knew that humans could not be trusted. They were also unfriendly to humans as the cats were friendly. The raccoons never showed themselves in public thus escaping persecution. The cats believed in humans and protected them from vermin. Since the cats ate a varied diet from a smorgosboard of at-least 1000 wild animals and insects they were incapable of destroying any one type of wildlife. Their life span was limited to around 3 years in the wild. Humans loved their companionship and many bred them carelessly or just let them mate freely.

Some humans who were very fond of vanity and appearances, not liking an occasional cat's reverie on their "private property," either strangled them or turned in others to the official henchman.

Children visiting the animal shelter, queried their parents as to why the poor animals were caged up. "Some other nice person will take them home, Annie." The visitors passed from cage to cage and left empty handed.

The murder weapon was a tiny needle. The Optimist henchman with 30 acres of land smiled and the last syringe was pushed under the rug.

Friends, people have rights, animals don't, thats the bottom line.

The Animal Rescue Site

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