These dogs were rescued by the Hawaiian Humane Society. Then-CEO Martha Armstrong told us in the article how those dogs continue “to suffer physical and emotional problems.”
But the far greater tragedy is the slaughter of enormous numbers of dogs and cats by the Humane Society itself, some 11,000 last year alone, according to the same article. This is a true war on dogs and cats that calls into question whether the “Humane” Society is more inhumane than humane.
A new Humane Society Board and CEO can stop this animal genocide by doing much more to help and place these animals, and begin a no-kill policy, as so many other large and small Humane Societies have all over the country.