My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA, Tucson, AZ, USA
I am saddened by no response from your emergency task advocate. I am just an ordinary citizen taking care of a homeless dog for two years because I could not catch him. Animal control tried but was not aware he hid in a basement and they would of only killed the guy. This dog lived in an abandoned house, hurting no one. He waited for the sound of my vehicle. Fast forward- property was bought and new owner was putting up fence. We spoke with him and he said would give us two-three months to capture dog. Following week he has workers bulldozing surrounding buildings. Spoke to workers on the dog and they lied saying the dog went with some old guy. I knew this dog would not go with anyone. That evening went and the dog came out. Meanwhile I contacted Heather Rowe to get some immediate assistance on helping me get the dog. THIS DOG IS NOW TRAPPED INSIDE THE GATED AREA. She said to call Mike on your animal task force. This man has to be there for a paycheck because not only has he not returned my phone calls but I have other people call him and no return call. For a week I have not seen my Dog and found the basement was blocked with cionder blocks. The owner and worker knew this dog hid under there and with no way out he has probably died from no access from food or mainly water. This is animal cruelty by all of you who would not help. I am sure had I cut the fence and trespassed could of gotten attention then. I own a business and every portion of my sales go to help homeless, forgotten animals but your organization will not get anymore. Everybody just passed the buck because this dog was either not newsworthy since he did not bite anyone or traveled thousands of miles or an exotic animal. I barely take a paycheck so I can take care of abandoned animals (ask my vet) yet you have this Mike on your payroll being paid to help animals and he can not even return any of our calls. How sad
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