September 17, 2012
Police Veteran Makes Open-Admission Animal Shelter No Kill & Ends Gas Chamber
When police veteran Sgt. Karl Bailey was appointed over the animal shelter in Seagoville, Texas, he used his position to make two bold changes. 1. He said he would not kill animals. 2. He dismantled the gas chamber and used it instead as a storage facility.
I had the pleasure to spend the day with Sgt Karl Bailey and the volunteers at the Seagoville Animal Shelter for the taping of this video. As you may know, Sgt. Bailey spoke at the DFW No Kill Workshop Pawsitively Texas hosted in March 2012. His story of how he led his shelter to become no kill is exceptionally inspiring and I knew then, his is a story that needs to be told, not just to Texas, but America.
The Seagoville Animal shelter is truly an inspiring story of conscience, compassion, and commitment. With Sgt. Bailey’s leadership and a small volunteer army of compassion, the Seagoville Animal Shelter proves that against the odds, the lives of shelter animals can be saved. I hope you are inspired, encouraged, and rejuvenated as you watch this video – and that you will share it so that we can take the message that saving the lives of shelter pets is indeed possible … across the entire US.
I plan to produce more inspiring and informative videos like this and hope that you will join me! I am in process of launching an online shop that will allow me to generate funds to do so. Donations and video sponsorships are also available. If you would like to be the first to see and shop the boutique, please leave a message below in comments and I will email you when the shop launches; you can also leave a message to learn more about sponsoring a video. There are so many great stories that need to be told!
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