My Nonprofit Reviews
Honest n Open
Review for GREY2K USA, Arlington, MA, USA
This review is not intended to drive down your review score Carey. My purpose here as a greyhound lover is to educate people about the misconceptions they have about greyhound racing after joining your group. I think you have every right to stand up for what you beleive, but lying to the public, twisting words and misrepresenting facts is a LOW LIFE way to make a "non profit" You already know that in the greyhound racing industry our biggest threat is your spread of misinformation that is intended to have your supporters donate $ that will ultimately go towards ending greyhound racing and very likely increasing the extinction of this beautiful breed. When we stop breeding where will you get your donations? The fact that our adoption rates far surpass those of any other breed or advocacy groups should be a clear sign that a greyhounds career after racing is not a death sentence, its actually a oppurtunity for families to witness first hand how well this breed has been taken care of from day 1. Your false claims of abuse and neglect have only shown through a handful of bad apples in this business and none of them are involved in racing after the fact. Every industry has a few sucky people, don't let the .001% paint a picture of the other 99.9. If you want an open dialog or a debate of facts stop erasing PRO greyhound statements from your page. Yes we go there to spread truth, not be censored. We watch numbers just like you. Does it sting when one of your supporters hears our story and sees the truth and leaves your organization because they've had enough. Why do you censor the facts and highlight the BS. Google greyhound lies and myths, better yet call any greyhound adoption group (they have no intere$t other than our awesome retirees) and ask them what has Grey2K done for you.
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