that was so sad , but I have to ask you where you got that link ... I want to see one of the pics better...with the slideshow it goes to fast. I don't know if it is a coincidence but..one of the dogs looks just like one I adopted two weeks ago that came from down south.I was told it was a shelter in Alabama that they cleared out to make room for the hurrican animals.
I ended up finding a way to make the picture still, and compared it to one I had of my dog. I don't think it is the same one , but the resemblance is uncanny... it is the fourth picture after the oily dog..
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be determined by the way it treats its animals". I don't discount this statement or the fact that many animals and dogs were left behind. But what I would like to point out is this. Why is no one screaming in outrage from the utter lack of care for the human victims of this hurricane? Why is no one sending toys and blankets for the children that have lost their parents? If you put into perspective this statement and the complete lack of compassion and care for the children which would be the true victims then that becomes very dangerous. Do you put an animal life before a human's? Is that moral progress?