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Kimberly “Bambi's Hope Rescue” Glasnapp
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I have a tattered copy of a photograph I keep folded in a pocket of my jeans. Here she still loves me, she smiles back at me. I close my eyes and hear the sweet sound of her laugh. As I recall these memories a tear slowly rolls down my cheek.   All I once…

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It's okay to be nostalgic, science proves it. ...

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TUESDAY'S LIST OF DOGS WHO, THROUGH NO FAULT OF THEIR OWN HAVE ENDED UP ON DEATH ROW.OWNERS THAT COPPED OUT IS THE REAL REASON.DOGS DON'T HAVE A VOICE SO THEY END UP THE VICTIMS OF BAD DECISIONS
Adopting a Dog From The “To Be Destroyed” Album:
#nydeathrowdogs   #urgentpart2   #bearesponsiblepetowner  

If you decide to adopt a dog that is on the “To Be Destroyed” list, you must act fast. Any dog on the list, can be destroyed the following morning. We try to post the list every night by 6PM. The shelter closes at 8pm.

Go to the ACC website (http://www.nycacc.org/PublicAtRisk.htm) ASAP to adopt a PUBLIC LIST dog (noted with a "P" on their profile) and/or work with a rescue group if you can adopt/foster ANY of our dogs on the list tonight.

Further instructions, and a list of rescues can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/Urgentdeathrowdogs/app_137541772984354?f&ref=ts

To rescue a death row dog, please read this: https://www.facebook.com/Urgentdeathrowdogs/app_137541772984354?f&ref=ts

To Contact the NYC ACC, call (212) 788-4000 for automated information

*RATINGS*

GREEN animals are those animals who were relaxed, easy to handle, and who showed no concerning behavior during the exam.BLUE animals are those animals who were tense and nervous but mostly still and relatively easy to handle during the exam.

YELLOW animals are those animals who were nervous, actively resisted examination, and required the use of restraint equipment or techniques, but did not exhibit aggressive behaviors during the exam.

ORANGE animals are those who required the use of restraint techniques and/or equipment and did exhibited some "aggressive" behaviors during the exam.

RED animals are those who exhibited severe aggression and required the use of significant restraint and/or sedation during the exam

For more info on behavior codes and ratings, please read here: https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=283116538381555
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It says If you didn't hear it with your own ears, or see it with your own eyes, don't invent it with your small mind, and share it with your BIG MOUTH. 
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