There's nothing light, whimsical or entertaining about this blog post. There's not even a photo.
Just please watch this video
It was shot at a facility that has the nerve to use "Sanctuary" in its name--10th Life Sanctuary. It's in Clewiston, sort of a remote part of South Florida.
And using "Sanctuary" in the name is the least of its transgressions. Beyond this video, I've seen photographs taken there that shook me deeply--neglect, filth, and death.
The way I understand it, the guy who operates the place doesn't allow visitors (little wonder!), and doesn't accept volunteers! I mean, if these things alone constitute a huge red flag.
Sure enough, this is an emergency situation. I know people who've been not only deeply concerned about this facility and its treatment of animals for several months, but have alerted various county and other authorities, and apparently the response has been, in effect, the conditions there don't seem serious enough, horrifying enough, to take official action.
Knowing & seeing what goes on at this joint, that alone seems kinda frightening--but maybe if we get far more people talking, and complaining, about this, we can force some action.
So share this video, spread the word, make calls, send e-mails, let's do everything we can to help the animals at this place...before more die.
My thanks to Jodi Chemes of Florida Voices For Animals, who provided the following contact info:
Hendry County Board of County Commissioners
P O Box 1760
La Belle, FL 33975-1760
Hendry County Commissioners:
- Janet Taylor, e-mail: email@example.com
- Darrell Harris, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tristan Chapman, e-mail: email@example.com
- Kevin McCarthy, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Karson Turner, e-mail: email@example.com