Cindy Corey
Cindy Corey

It is the easy way out to slash budgets for the poor, the voiceless and the less powerful members of our community.This is being done all over the country in the name of austerity measures. The city would be well served to have a long range program that invests now in animal population control measures to reduce suffering and the amount of unwanted pets that are dumped and end up languishing or worse in the shelter. The time is ripe for this community to move progressively to achieve the...

It is the easy way out to slash budgets for the poor, the voiceless and the less powerful members of our community.This is being done all over the country in the name of austerity measures. The city would be well served to have a long range program that invests now in animal population control measures to reduce suffering and the amount of unwanted pets that are dumped and end up languishing or worse in the shelter. The time is ripe for this community to move progressively to achieve the goals of no more unwanted pets. Lets continue to move forward and not lose this precious opportunity.

William Miniutti
William Miniutti

Please join Occupy Jacksonville at the next City Council meeting, Save the Shelter https://www.facebook.com/events/147381308793611/

Martina George
Martina George

Well I think we need place 4 all the people who. Be live on the. Street. & be. Eating out the trash can & helping kids with specail need.s.....& the disable people.....who can't read or write....

Nancy Anne Nelson
Nancy Anne Nelson

We have come so far, humans will be NEXT!

Bonny Castillo
Bonny Castillo

The animals and the staff at ACPS have suffered enough...no more cut's, if anything their workers deserve a raise. It is not an easy job to take care of these animals...it is harder to see them die. I am sure there are people who make six figures who could take a cut easily.. not those who barely make it by. Please look elsewhere for your cuts...these animals and staff have no more to offer.