Yes, they managed to shut us down until we can change the bylaws.
Yes, they have been harassing us since 2012.
Yes, we have continued to fight to help animals, but we are not alone! We are strong.
Animal rescue takes it tole on your heart, your mind and your body. I am willing to sacrifice all those things if it means helping an animal in need. I am willing to fight for those lost souls and bring them home. I will wage war on those who would hurt animals. I am a fighter.
But, our latest enemy is one I’d like to friend. Our latest battle wages not in the trenches of animal rescue, but with another registered charity.
All the studies show to save animals rescues and SPCAs need to work together to save souls, but the Fort Erie SPCA does not want to be our friend. We share the same goals — to help animals, but they focus so much attention on me personally and “my rescue” trying to not only shut me down, but drive me out of the town of Fort Erie.
Below is the latest letter from the FE SPCA trying to drive me out of town. Like the emotional strain of holding the head of a dying dog isn’t challenge enough, they are forcing me to walk away to let the dog die alone, unloved and forgotten.
I will fight this latest attack with lawyers. I will fight with tooth and nail to keep Beaver Creek alive, because if we die than they all die alone.
If you want a little reminder of what we do, please, I insist you watch Nobody’s Dog, because we are the last line of defense.
Don’t tell me you can’t watch it. Watch it and remember everything that we do here at BCFS. We make a difference. Below is Mandy — from Lebanon — now in a loving forever home thanks to BCFS.
Mandy today, thanks to rescues working together.