My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for GREY2K USA, Arlington, MA, USA
Grey2KUSA.org is an AMAZING organization full of people, both paid and volunteers, who have made it their life's work to stop the slaughter of Greyhounds by this immoral industry known as Greyhound racing. For every fantasy like the one invented by "KerrysLion," there are tens of thousands more like my boy's. He came from the track literally terrified of people. It was many years before he let anyone approach, and many more before he voluntarily approached anyone in public, even though I encouraged him to visit.
To everyone who wonders if there is any truth to the ridiculous "review" given by "KerrysLion", we present the following video clips provided by the racing industry, although they sure are mad we have access to them (they are on the web). While KerrysLion is probably another beautiful Greyhound, she is being forced to put her life in danger with every race, and as "KerrysLion" and the Grey in the 3rd clip know, Greys die and scream out in painful agony because of this horrid, immoral industry and all those who support it.
These are a series of videos. The racing clips come directly from the tracks own cameras. The rest of them speak for themselves. The clips range from the torturous (a Grey "trainer" laughing as a Grey cries out from fear of drowning) to the grotesque (a terrified Greyhound puppy being earmarked) to the grotesquely obscene (Birthday Toy being electrocuted to death during a race).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AndNefxlJw puppy tattooed –“earmarked”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vr9jzfIBXtw trainer laughing as Grey struggles in pool
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8Ym1SFhKxc The Secret Life of Greyhound Puppies
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZjzY3COods At 1:24, black Grey falls. At 1:26, white-black Grey with blue coat turns head when his racemate screams in agony
http://www.grey2kusa.org/newsvideo/?gclid=CMDykemI7a4CFSoGRQodpTyuKA bolt gun
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayrI5OTOkjw&feature=youtu.be Here, they are indoctrinating kids into this brutal industry.
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