CAPS Chicago Campaign Coordinator Ida McCarthy will be talking about Puppy Parlor in Lisle, IL on Friday May 24th at 4:30pm (CDT). Please feel free to call in: (718) 664-9560!

Taken from Broken Breeds BlogTalkRadio page:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/brokenbreeds/2013/05/24/advocates-protest

We will be speaking to the lady who started the protests, which take place every Saturday from 12pm-2pm.

How did she find out about this place which ranks number two on the HSUS top 100? What made her want to get out there and raise awareness?

Even though the neighbours are against it, why haven't they done anything about it? How can they stand the smell of decaying flesh come from the back of the store?

Listeners are welcome to call our show and ask questions of their own, or tell us about puppy mills they are aware of, or of anything they are doing to help shut down puppy mills.

The number to call is: (718) 664-9560

Publication/Event date: 2013-05-14
Publication name: Examiner.com
URL for more info: http://www.examiner.com/article/ariel-castro-s-dogs-impounded-and-still-suffering-under-fbi-hold
Summary:
In any major crime case, such as the Ariel Castro case, the human victims are naturally the focus. But what about animals, the other sentient beings, caught up in a front-page nightmare?

Ariel Castro, the Cleveland man charged with kidnapping, raping and torturing three missing women for ten years, owned dogs. "At least four dogs were impounded in connection to the Castro arrest," said a police source close to the investigation who did not want his name used. He said the dogs were brought to the city kennel.

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