“A dog starved by his master’s gate predicts the ruin of the state.” - William Blake, 18th century poet
Died the miserable death of starvation.
Jeffrey L. Nash | Edward McDonnell | Thomas J. Gurick | Joseph Ripa Riletta L. Cream | Louis Cappelli, Jr. | Carmen RodriguezThe City of Camden, NJ is the county seat for a well-to-do Camden County where politicians have swept animal issues under the rug for decades. Clearly, this indifference on the part of the county freeholders has resulted in the county’s dubious distinction of more dogs and cats abused, abandoned, impounded and killed than any other county in New Jersey. For more than thirty years, Camden County has ignored its responsibility to end the misery on the streets of Camden. Little or nothing has been spend on anything more than state mandated programs. If nothing else we demand - Proper Funding for the Camden County Animal Shelter!
Was hit in the face with a hammer to “teach him a lesson.”
“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.” -Albert Einstein
Sick and starving animals make easy targets!
… the more a county has, the higher the percentage of abuse.
This little dog was found huddled in the corner of a building. No one paid attention to his grim existence.
|The Courier-Post writes:|
January 10, 2005 •• 628 words •• ID: chr2005011107055768
Recently named America’s most dangerous city because of rising murder, rape, assault and theft rates, Camden is a city in need of drastic measures to solve its crime problem. That’s why U.S. Attorney Chris Christie announced last week that federal law enforcers, including the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Agency, are joining the fight against crime here. Another bold measure that could be taken was among a list of 14 recommendations a City Council committee studying public.
- Camden County has provided nothing more than a mediocre shelter, and to add insult to injury, … it’s improperly funded!
- County funding consists of a mere $150,000 per year.
- Freeholders have gotten away with it since 1997!
- No other county shelter is funded this poorly. Shame!
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|Louis Cappelli, Jr. Freeholder Director (856) 225-5451 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Edward McDonnell Freeholder Deputy Director (856) 225-5458 email@example.com|
|Jeffrey L. Nash Freeholder (856) 225-5466 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|J. Gurick Freeholder (856) 225-5576 email@example.com|
|Joseph Ripa Freeholder (856) 225-5305 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Riletta L. Cream Freeholder (856) 225-5453 email@example.com|
|Carmen Rodriguez Freeholder (856) 225-5575 firstname.lastname@example.org|