DID THEY KILL THIS KITTEN? Kill shelter, Inland valley humane society stonewalls.

DID THEY KILL THIS KITTEN? Kill shelter, Inland valley humane society stonewalls.


I found this kitten in Pomona Ca. by Norms restaurant. I was staying in a motel near by and kept him with me for the night. The next morning I made a terrible mistake. I gave this poor kitten to the Inland Valley Humane Society I did not know of their horrible reputation until it was too late. Please read the rest of the story in the you tube description and, Please share this video so everyone knows about the lethal practices of the Inland Valley Humane society.

3 thoughts on “DID THEY KILL THIS KITTEN? Kill shelter, Inland valley humane society stonewalls.

  1. PLEASE HELP BY SHARING THIS VIDEO My goal is for everyone in the San Bernadino and Los Angeles area to know about the horrible practices of the Inland Valley Humane Society.

    I gave this kitten to the Inland Valley Humane Society in Pamona CA, a known kill shelter. Unfortunately I did not know of their bad reputation until is was too late.

    I found him crying outside of Norms in Pamona CA while traveling from San Jose. I took care of him that night and gave him to the shelter in the morning along with a small donation. They gave me a contact number (909) 623 9777 and intake number I1258127 to check on him.

    When I dropped him off I told them to call me if they could not find a home for him.

    When I called to check on him , 2 days after his hold was over, they would not give me any information regarding the cats location, condition, whether he had been killed or not. All they said was that he was not in their care and their policy was to keep me uniformed . I suspect they killed him and are unwilling to tell me.

    Now he is gone and they are stopping all my efforts to find out what happened. They have been Very rude, cold and even laughed at me. Yesterday I talked to a euthanasia technician from another "humane" society, he told they used to kill 200 cats a day in his facility. Alley cat alliance says the national shelter kill rates are 70 percent.

    I regret ever taking this poor Kitten to these cruel people. I should have taken him with me to San Jose but I thought he was in good hands at this so called "humane" society. In San Jose we have nurture spay and release programs.

    THE KILLING IS NOT NESSESARRY You can read about nurture spay and release programs on alleycat.org

    And NEVER, NEVER give an animal to the cruel people of Inland valley "humane" society.

    Thanks, and please share this video.

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