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Texas dogs declare war on cars ...


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If only all dogs could be this happy.

Can you believe this crazy story? Two stray dogs caused over $350,000 in damage to parked cars at a dealership!

 

In this wild incident, security camera footage captured two dogs “ripping the cars to shreds” – on at least four different occasions, according to local news source ABC13. The car dealer says he first thought that wolves were attacking his parked cars! [1] 

 

The dogs were later caught by animal control and brought to the shelter, where they were put up for adoption. [2]


On the one hand, it is humorous to imagine these dogs attacking parked cars. However, imagine the desperation that stray dogs and cats face as they suffer horribly on the streets, leading them to act out in dramatic ways, such as destroying property. 

 

“We feel for these dogs,” said the car dealership’s finance manager, Gaby Fakhoury. “But they are in good hands, so we don't have to worry about them right now. They can be adopted, or whatever the city of Houston wants to do." [1]


In many countries around the world, it is likely that the dogs would have been mercilessly killed for causing damage to cars.

 

However, placing the dogs up for adoption does not guarantee them safety either. 

 

Texas, like virtually everywhere else around the world, is dealing with the tragic reality of stray animal overpopulation.

 

The sad truth: it’s estimated that over half a million dogs and cats are killed in U.S. shelters every year. 


The stray overpopulation crisis is a multi-pronged issue that affects animals, humans, and the environment. 

 

Here are some ways we can help prevent animals from ending up on the streets!

 

Adopt, don’t shop! Adoption not only saves a life but also makes room for another animal in need of rescue.

 

Offer to foster. If you're not ready for a long-term commitment, fostering is a wonderful way to provide temporary love and care to an animal in need.


Always spay and neuter your companion animals. This crucial step helps prevent unwanted litters, which reduces the number of animals who end up in shelters.

 

600 Million Dogs is working to address the stray overpopulation crisis right at the source of the problem. 

 

Our nonprofit, science-centered mission is to end the number one cause of death for dogs and cats worldwide – overpopulation – by developing a one-dose cookie that, when completed, will spay or neuter a stray, without surgery.


Every dog and cat deserves to know the safety of a home and the love of a guardian! 

 

We are dedicated to ending this global problem. A gift of any amount will help – no gift is too small.


 Together, we can stop the suffering before it starts.

 

Thank you for caring about animals!

 

Worldwide an estimated 600 million stray dogs and 480 million cats roam the streets on any given day.

 

Each year they give birth to over one billion homeless pups and kittens, and most are born into a life of hunger and suffering. 

 

At the age of 6 months, those who are still alive also begin to reproduce – creating a Cycle of Suffering that is repeated every year.

 

This Cycle of Suffering has become the Number One cause of suffering and death for dogs and cats worldwide. 


Approximately 50 countries have essentially no laws against cruelty to animals. Strays are killed by inhumane methods including poisoning, beating them to death, shooting, crushing them to death in the back of garbage trucks, electrocution, mixing food with broken glass (which causes them to bleed to death) and worse. 

 

Here in the United States, tax dollars have been spent to kill stray dogs for the last 100-plus years.

 

We believe this situation is outrageous and has gone on for far too long – this is why we are focused on the root of the problem.

 

Our nonprofit science-based mission is: 


To end the number one cause of suffering and death for dogs and cats – overpopulation – by developing a safe, permanent-lasting, one-time birth control cookie for stray dogs and cats. 

 

A cookie that will only need to be eaten one time, and it will in effect spay or neuter – without surgery. 

 

A one-time cookie that will artificially induce a type of human menopause – but in dogs and cats, without using hormones.

 

We are a small grassroots nonprofit charity, carrying out work that pharmaceutical companies should be doing – but they refuse. 


We receive no help from any of the drug companies, no grants from the government, no help from any dog food companies or other large companies. 

 

Instead we rely 100% on small donations. Small gifts from people who care, like you.  

 

We are dedicated to ending this global problem – and a gift of any amount will help – no gift is too small.

 

If you're like me and you don't have much to spare right now, there is an easy way to help for $1 a month.   


Yes, the good news is that each of us can pitch in and help animals now for only $1 a month!


Together we will save entire future generations of animals, from cruelty and suffering.

 

Thank you in advance for helping and for caring!

 

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