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June 21, 2010

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Karen Gammon

This is awe-inspiring and enlightening information that I truly wish EVERYONE had the opportunity to read, especially every single Chesterfield County resident, which I happen to be one of. What happens not only in Chesterfield, but in surrounding counties, Richmond, and far beyond these boundaries deeply concerns me because it has to do with homeless animals. I am floored that I would have to read what is really happening with Chesterfield County on the Richmond SPCA's website, instead of being given my right to know these things by the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors. AGAIN, as I have said before, this is a win-win scenario for homeless animals. If you are a person that first and foremost cares about animals, then you would simply have to agree. Once we all put politics and pride aside and focus on what is really important, we will see positive changes made in the mission towards sparing our companions unecessary suffering and death. The Richmond SPCA wears the crown when it comes to being pioneers and moving forward and I will welcome the day my county realizes that, for the animals' sake.

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