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Review for Alley Cat Allies Incorporated, Bethesda, MD, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Pet overpopulation is a terrible problem all over the world. Alley Cat Allies seeks to help neuter, spay and protect homeless cats, which is beneficial for the cats, the local human communities and the environment. Other organizations have proposed (and have carried out) killing strays, but if that were a solution to abandoned pets, it would have solved the problem a long time ago. It hasn't and Alley Cat Allies is taking a caring, compassionate stand to educate, assist and advocate on behalf of homeless cats. They are a wonderful group that I will continue to support (as I have for quite a few years now).

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Review for Buffalo Field Campaign, West Yellowstone, MT, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

BFC is in the field, following bison and what is being done to them, throughout the year. They document hazings, capture, shipment of wild bison to slaughter and injuries done to bison during these operations. It is deeply upsetting to witness, but they keep doing it day-in and day-out year after year. And they will keep doing while the bison are being treated like livestock instead of wildlife. The damage done to ecosystems through these activities is not just upsetting, it is detrimental in ways we have not yet begun to understand. The US government is continuing a policy of bison capture and slaughter instead of protecting this vital species as the federal mandate for National Parks instructs them to do. Bison are a national treasure and should be conserved as such. The status quo of hazing and slaughter for bison has to be changed and without BFC in the field, we would be far more ignorant of how federal and state governments are handling bison populations--BFC brings light to a dark, upsetting situation.

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Role:  Volunteer