Don't go on service calls. This is incredible. Indy has hired Doug Rae, the second in command of PACCA. Doesn't anyone check before hiring? In a commission meeting yesterday, Rae said he intends to save the pits and adopt them out after "rehab"? Dogsbite.com reports that Indy is over the top with pit attacks, one woman lost her arm just this week from an attack last week.
The point of this is that the NKE shelters do drag their feet on service calls about pits, they don't want to pick them up. No body does. In Tompkins County, it was discovered that they weren't answering their phones until after 10 in the mornings, why, so they didn't have to answer service calls. I do have town hall meeting minutes backing this up.
This reporter has done a lot of stories on this issue so if you want look those up too.