Still don't feel much like dealing with the overlords. The body count at Ronnie Williams' death kennel and murder emporium is up to 45 and will probably go higher. Most were starved to death and some had duct tape around their throats which would have made it hard to breathe.
How is it possible for a so called human being to be that depraved, that degenerate, that much of a deviant and not have anyone notice until now? I went home last night and sat in a chair watching my greyhound, passed out peacefully in his favorite spot and thought how much better off he is that he will never know about this atrocity, never wake up in the deep night and wonder how something like this could happen in a civilized society, never wonder where the next Ronnie Williams is.
He'll never know. I can't forget.
Let's do two dogs this week out of respect for all the dogs we'll never get to feature.
This is Busy Bee. She just came into the system and we don't know much about her except that she's 3 1/2 years old, still alive and now will stay that way.
For more information about these dogs, and other rescued racing greyhounds looking for homes, go here. If you don't know about the plight of racing greyhounds go here.
If you 'd like to know more about the good work the Second Chance for Life program is doing for the dogs, and the prisoners, go here.
Even if you can't adopt a rescued greyhound, or don't live in a racing state you can help stop the next Ronnie Williams by helping the people who have committed themselves to ending the horror of greyhound racing. Visit Grey2K for information, to volunteer or contribute.