Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Pure-Bred Puppies on Sale! There ain't nothin' worse than being somebody's bitch in canine super-max prison.

There ain't nothing worse than being somebody's bitch in Canine Super-Max Prison.

Hey you, dummies who buy pets on the Internet and in pet stores (puppy mill fronts), you gotta wise up and learn where your puppies are from. Hint: they're not from a "private, small breeder" where the mommies and daddies are romping through meadows. No way. Lemme tell you, these pet stores that are selling my doggy friends get them from doggie slave internment camps. Those places are worse than the pound because at least in the pound, you might get adopted (I'm one of the lucky ones who made it out of there alive). In a pet factory, you NEVER get out, forget about getting adopted. In a puppy mill, you're in a cage for life with the meanest people on the planet. And when you can't make puppies anymore? They kill you.

Don't worry, I won't show you the pictures here. You wusses can look without wincing. But somebody's got to teach those celebritards Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Denise Richards and Kim Kardashian that they should adopt dogs and cats, not pay puppy mill fronts in Beverly Hills and Bel Air! What kind of pinhead buys a dog when they are killing 4 million of us in the shelters? Come on! Save a life, will ya?

My Mom explains it in these Rescue Roundtable shows from Doggy TV, produced and directed by Jeff Fleiss.


Blogger rita said...

Jinky, your mom is a wonderful warrior. I was telling some morons the other day about how puppies get to those cutesy pet shops, and they did not believe me.

My 8-year-old granddaughter thinks your mommy is da bomb.

10:15 AM  
Blogger Pisser said...

Those celebutards are all such worthless pieces of sh*t, I don't think they should even be famous. Not only are they talentless, glorified porn stars, they are endorsing animal cruelty.

If even one of them would come out and not buy while they die, I would be forced to call myself a fan, and you know THAT is saying a lot because I can't stand any of them-!

2:20 PM  
Blogger Scott W said...

Carole, thanks for the important work you are doing. We have a new rescue on our property, she is a Blue Healer and is super sweet. We have her under treatment for heart worms. We named her Belle, but I just call her Blue Bell.

You and Jinky were so cute in that interview, and your friend Carol and her sweetie, too.

6:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dog Owners' Oprah Alert

The American Sporting Dog Allianced

Dog owners might be in for another bashing on Friday, when ultra-liberal talk show host Oprah Winfrey does a special program
on "puppy mills." Winfrey's star reporter, Lisa Ling, went
undercover in commercial breeding kennels to do an expose on the pet
store trade.

Although the commercial trade in pet store puppies has nothing to do
with the vast majority of dog owners and breeders, sensationalistic
news coverage tars us with the same brush. To the liberal animal
rights mindset, all breeders are either "puppy mills" or "backyard
breeders," and this always translates into more laws that harm only the innocent. Moreover, the hidden agenda of the animal rights
movement is the ultimate elimination of animal ownership, and their
strategy is to pick us off one group at a time.
The American Sporting Dog Alliance (ASDA) does not know how Winfrey
and Ling will approach the topic, but we are not optimistic that it
will be a fair, balanced and reasonably objective report. Based on the normal biased reporting we see about dog breeding, and Winfrey's close personal ties with animal rights groups, we would expect them to take their cameras into a couple of "worst case" kennels, and then by inference say or imply that all kennels and
Expect to take a thumping from one of the wealthiest and most
powerful animal rights activists on Earth. According to a report in
Women's Day magazine, billionaire Winfrey feels that leaving a cool
$30 million to her own five dogs in her will is not even slightly
extravagant. Inflation, you know.
Winfrey was partners with the radical Humane Society of the United States in a movement aimed at destroying cattle ranching because of alleged food safety issues from eating beef, and they were codefendants in a lawsuit brought by the industry.

This month, Winfrey has been giving serious consideration to an
invitation to appear in nude photographs sponsored by one of the
most extreme animal rights groups in America, People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals, pop tabloids report. The nude photos would be
for PETA's "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign. Winfrey's
concern reportedly is not about endorsing PETA. The tabloids report
that she is worried that nude photos might offend voters and harm
the presidential campaign of Barrack Obama, whom she has strongly endorsed.

On Friday, we can expect a thumping with no opportunity to defend
ourselves. The Winfrey/Ling style of journalism is to exploit highly
emotional topics and sensationalize them to twang the heartstrings
of a predominantly middle class audience of liberals who are looking for the next "do-gooder" cause to embrace. It looks like saving the whales or feeding starving people in Somalia aren't fashionable this year. Pity the poor whales. Pity the poor Somali refugees.

And pity the poor dog owners! A campaign against dog owners and
breeders has become the latest fashionable cause for the glitz and
glitter crowd of celebrities.

The question is, what are we going to do about it?

For myself, I'm just plain sick and tired of being unfairly bashed.
I guess I just wasn't raised to be a punching bag.

But, you might be asking, how can we fight back against the
wealthiest and most powerful media mogul in America? How can we
fight that kind of power? How can we fight someone who wills $30
million to her dogs when we're trying to figure out how to pay last month's electric bill?

I think we can do it, if we get off of our butts and actually do it. There are hundreds of thousands of people who breed dogs because they love them show dogs, performing dogs, hunting dogs, obedience
dogs, field trial dogs, companion dogs and just plain dogs. In
addition, there are millions of dog owners who love their animals
and thank breeders for doing the fine job that they know we do in
improving temperament, genetic soundness, utility, beauty and health.

If we join together in this, we can be a formidable force.

My thoughts are that a boycott of Winfrey's advertisers would be the
most effective strategy. If several hundred thousand dog owners and
breeders were to contact advertisers on the Oprah show and refuse to buy any of their products, they would be forced to take notice.

Please understand that I am not talking about censoring Winfrey's
opinions. I would fight for her right to express any opinion she
chooses, and also for her right to present and endorse the views of
animal rights groups on her program.

However, journalistic ethics demands fairness, balance and
objectivity if programming purports Oprah wants to do a report on dog breeding, that's fine. But the
report should be fair to us and give us the opportunity to balance
the views of the animal rights groups with our side of the story.

I don't expect that Oprah will hold to the same standard of ethics
that I did as a newspaper reporter. I expect that her report will be
a hatchet job on dog owners and breeders. The promotional blog for
Friday's Oprah Show gives us an idea of what we can expect:
http://www.oprah.com/community/thread/44908 . Read it for yourself.

A boycott of advertisers just might convince Oprah to undergo an
ethical reformation. Most of her advertisers won't like the idea of
customers so that Oprah can preach
sermons against dog owners and breeders.

When I worked on newspapers, there was a cynical wisecrack that my
bosses sometimes told me when they didn't like something I
wrote. "There is freedom of the press in America for anyone who
owns a press." That meant I didn't own the press.

It takes a lot of money to own a TV show. Oprah has that kind of
money, and she earned it, but it has gone to her head. Now she
sneers at the rights and lives of ordinary people who made her a pop
star, and that includes dog owners and breeders.

The Internet is the great equalizer. One of the beauties of the Internet is that it allows everyone to truly have the rights of free speech and free press. The Internet has become the printing press of ordinary people, and now it reaches a reported 80-percent of
American households.

Television represents the past, when Oprah's kind of money and power controlled the right of a free press. The Internet has given us our voice.

The American Sporting Dog Alliance is asking all dog owners and
breeders to watch the Oprah Show on Friday and form your own
opinions. Then, if she does the kind of hatchet job we expect,
please bombard her with emails expressing your displeasure.

Then, we need to get organized for a campaign to reach her
advertisers. In order to get ready, ASDA is asking readers of this
report to email us a list of every advertiser that supports the
Oprah Show. ASDA is willing to organize this campaign. Also, pleaselet us know if you are able to help with it. Our email address is asda@csonline.net .

The American Sporting Dog Alliance works at the grassroots to defend
the rights of dog owners and professionals against the very real
threats of animal rights activism. Please visit us on the web at
http://www.americansportingdogalliance.org . We maintain strict independence and are supported only by the voluntary donations of our members.

While the Oprah segment may be about "puppy mills," the laws that
her friends in PETA and HSUS are proposing really are targeting dog
owners and hobby breeders, with the goal of reducing and ultimately
eliminating animal ownership. These same radical groups also want to
eliminate hunting, ban the ownership of firearms, forcibly convert us to vegan vegetarianism and destroy American farming traditions.

"Puppy mills" are not the issue. Existing federal, state and animal
cruelty laws already intensively regulate commercial kennels. You
are the issue. These groups want to destroy the things that you love
and believe in.

Does Oprah have a conscience? She is leaving $30 million to support
five dogs that she loves and apparently believes she is doing
something right by supporting animal rights groups.
But she is being suckered. She is supporting groups that believe
that the only unexploited dog is a dead dog. The truth is that PETA
slaughters 97-percent of the dogs that enter the
organization's "shelter" in Virginia. They would rather kill those dogs than help them find a loving home.

Please forward this posting to as many people as you can, and also
cross-post it on message boards. We need to reach as many people as
possible quickly.

12:42 AM  

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