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Q: Why do the well to do animal shelters

January 21, 2009 | By Sandra F. | 4 answers | Expired: 2000 days ago

Sandra  F.

Sorry this question was entered on my account by mistake, I did not log off at the office and a volunteer posted the question. I am sorry for any confusion that it has caused. Sandra

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Pia S.
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Jan 21, 2009

That's okay, but who are the well-to-do shelters? Do you mean the big guns like SFSPCA and the ASPCA? If not, I know of no other well-to-do out there and I certainly have spoke at many large shelters around the country.

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Marla W.
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Jan 21, 2009

I personally like to see how many people want to get involved. I have tried allot of things to get people to join and do somethings on it. I guess allot of people just don't have the time.

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Jake B.
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Jan 21, 2009

some people like competition.

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Sarah
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Jan 21, 2009

First lets defign "well to do animal shelters." Even those shelters that appear to have lots of funding, I believe, they recieve funding from donations, not profit. Yes, some shelters are larger, and able to provide better care to their animals, but I would not consider them greedy.

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