Because of the excessive household limit and the "No Kill" philosophy of pimping as many pets as you can without considering their quality of life afterwards, seems Philly is noticing a dramatic rise in hoarding cases. Stands to reason, "No Kill" doesn't give a damn who animals go to, just as long as they are outta sight so they can lay claim to "saving" them. I think the Whino named his program incorrectly and it should be named "FrankenKill", it's alive, it's alive!!!!
In Philadelphia, the number of large-scale animal hoarding cases went from one every six months in 2004 to one or two each month now. And the suburbs are not immune.
Time line here. The Whino's program was installed in 2004/5 when they were only seeing one hoarder about every 6 months and after his program hoarding cases took a dramatic rise to one or two a month!!!!!
"It does feel like an epidemic," she said, adding that the actual number of animal hoarders is probably much larger than the number of known cases.
"I believe there are many, many more cases in which people have not been caught," Paul said.
Probably so, no definitely so. It is an epidemic, an epidemic created by Nathan Winograd. He is the Messiah of those "Savior" rescues and many of those are nothing more than hoarders. The philosophy of pushing animals out the door results in more unnecessary suffering which the Whino and his Whinonettes just cannot see, they don't want to see.
Another article points out the "Savior" complex alive and well in Philly.
Federov, 59, couldn't even turn her back on dead animals that she found on the street. She placed them in a freezer until the next trash day.
Among the animals found in the freezer in a raid by agents of the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on Tuesday at Federov's home, on Mascher Street near Nedro Avenue, in Olney, was a fox she'd found hit by a car on Roosevelt Boulevard.
The PSPCA said that it rescued 90 animals, including cats, dogs, chinchillas and pigeons from her property.
She disputed the PSPCA's figures on the number of animals seized from her home, andWilliamson confirmed that Federov had helped foster kittens for the PSPCA.
Federov said she had taken dogs from the former PACCA to save them from being put down.
And the Whino's PACCA let her have them. The PSPCA isn't any better with Sue Crosby, another Whinonette, who is destroying that agency too.
The Whino stills brags about PACCA's save rate only it is actually a hoarding rate, a suffering rate. Another legacy of Nathan J. Winograd - Hoarding.