Who is pulling the strings here?

This week the team at ‘fix nsw animal policy’
(www.fixnswanimalpolicy.com) received a formal notification from three welfare groups requesting that they remove their name and link from the ‘fix nsw animal policy’ website.

The page these organisations were cited on was the rescue page directing people to rescue groups for animals.

RSPCA NSW, AWL NSW and NAR (NSW Animal Rescue) simultaneously sent their request with almost identical text.

The questions need to be asked:

  1. Why don’t they want their names on a website trying hard to create positive change in  NSW animal welfare?
  2. Who has influenced them to issue this directive, or how did it come about? Coincidence?
  3. What reasons are there for disassociating themselves from a group trying hard to stop the flow of animals into pounds and shelters?

These questions demand an answer.

If you want to ask these questions yourself:

*NAR is a member of PIAA and its patron is Steve Austin (President of PIAA).

DRP comment: Very strange. So, who is pulling the strings here?Tell us what you think might be behind this? Coincidence?

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3 thoughts on “Who is pulling the strings here?

  1. Julie Power February 11, 2009 / 4:00 pm

    South Australia had the same brick walls put up with AWL here. We try to work with them as a dog rescue group and they do not want to be associated with anyone else. Why? very good question!

  2. Marie H February 14, 2009 / 10:25 pm

    I can’t comment on the decisions that those 3 organizations made. Only they would know their reasons.
    Would you consider making an appointment with each of those folk you named above?
    And discuss what the reasons may be.
    I’m a believer in face-to-face negotiation.

  3. deathrowpets February 16, 2009 / 3:16 pm

    I”m a believer in that too. If you can get them to respond and give their reasons, you are more able than we are!! We have written to and emailed Steve Coleman numerious times for a meeting and ….. no response.

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