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Old June 20th, 2010, 11:16 AM
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If you Google it it means exactly that TQ.
I wish I were closer and had the means to help. I can, however, send a few dollars to help the rescue that is helping the dogs. Every little bit helps!
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Some of the rescued dogs

This is Lego, apparently he lost most of his left leg and toes from his right foot in a bear trap It doesn't seem to dampen his spirits Name:  Lego - Mile 26 rescue.jpg
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Old June 21st, 2010, 09:41 AM
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ahhhh they are all adorable

thanks so much to their rescuers !!! and thanks Chris for the pictures
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ahhhh they are all adorable

thanks so much to their rescuers !!! and thanks Chris for the pictures

Exactly what Frenchy said
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More pics

Waiting dogs:

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"Apparently" the OSPCA did a "fly-over" with the OPP and decided that the dogs were feral and that nothing could be done

One Feral Dog:

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Another Sweetie

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My Modem is literally smokin' ....there are tons of photos on the facebook site if you would like to see more.

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Old June 21st, 2010, 10:16 AM
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I wish all the best for these doggies' !!!!!!! It just warms my heart that there are so many caring individuals
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Thank you Chris for posting these pics. You are a special lady. But then you know that.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 10:29 AM
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"Apparently" the OSPCA did a "fly-over" with the OPP and decided that the dogs were feral and that nothing could be done

you're kidding me ! Even let's say these dogs are ferals , it's their responsability to "control" ... not leave them in the woods to procreate !
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Old June 21st, 2010, 10:38 AM
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you're kidding me ! Even let's say these dogs are ferals , it's their responsability to "control" ... not leave them in the woods to procreate !
We already have had proof that the OSPCA (higher ups) has not/is not doing their job. I don't know why we are surprised any more.
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We already have had proof that the OSPCA (higher ups) has not/is not doing their job. I don't know why we are surprised any more.
14+K - don't lose hope as this will force the organization to restructure and get the people in who are knowledgeable, resourceful and credible. Things like this happen when there are greedy bast@rds in position of power. This is like a bad pimple coming to a head, and then there will be change. Seen it before over and over again.

Cudos to the woman taking responsibility when it was not her mandate to do so. A hero for me personally though I have no clue who she is.

As for the man who died, it saddens me greatly as any life lost is horrendous especially if one loses his/her life trying to save others. I guess no one really knows why there were so many dogs, but worse than that, why the OSPCA turned their backs on a citizen who was struggling. Never mind the animal aspect here...but what about the human aspect? I love animals so much, but I have to tell you I love people as well and cannot understand how humans can turn a blind eye to someone struggling.

This story is a tragedy on so many levels. When will human beings start acting like the so called 'superior' beings. I really have to wonder where our world is going and why so much despair and neglect. I wish there was an answer to this as you would think that society would evolve at some point.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 11:32 AM
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14+K - don't lose hope as this will force the organization to restructure and get the people in who are knowledgeable,

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I think everyone is hoping for the same BenMax, although I heard some disconcerting news on Friday, although not confirmed officially it wouldn't surprise me one iota

One last pic before I go to meet the wizard:

This is Gardiner, he was found in the burnt out remains of Jean Luc's cabin:

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thanks for the pics Chris!

I heard that the OSPCA on the CBC radio program about the dogs said they were there! I missed the radio program though, but that is what someone from Facebook Mile 26 site reported.

The group is back up at Mile 26 today trying to capture more dogs. Last night the people from Cochrane transported the dogs they had captured the day before down to North Bay from what I understand.

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Chris,I too thank you for the pics,they bring reality to what those dogs must have endured,to stay alive
to all the people helping these poor souls,the OSPCA is obviously doing nothing.
Even if some of the dogs are feral.they are still dogs,dogs who to no fault of their own ended up in this very sad situation.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 05:34 PM
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I too thank you for posting these pics. They are obviously not feral dogs as the OSPCA would like people to believe. Maybe they tell themselves that so they can sleep at night.

Super big to those who are helping in this rescue.
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They're all beautiful, Chris! Thanks for posting the pics!

I hope loving homes are found for them all soon!
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Old June 22nd, 2010, 01:08 AM
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Hi

here is what was said on CBC radio about mile 26

http://www.cbc.ca/mrl3/8752/sudbury/onde
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Here is a link to pics of the dogs

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gi...25201667511945


this was also posted on the site:

Looking to raise $15000.00 to help spay/neuter, provide medical care and food for the nearly 50 dogs that were rescued from Mile 26.
This amount would make for a budget of $300 per dog.

There are 782 members in our group if we all donate $20 each our goal will be met with a grand total of $15640.00. Please remember that... if that is more than you can muster every dollar counts! Thanks guys!

We are a registered charity and receipts for tax purposes will be issued for all donations received.
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Make cheques out to NOAWS (for Rescue at Mile 26)

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Tundra Qween, the link you provided doesn't seem to be working...or it just might be my computer. Just very interested in seeing what OSPCA is telling them....grr
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T-Q thank you!
I looked at all the 198 pics and I am sitting here crying,hubby comes in,asks"Who died now"
I cry because seeing all these dogs is overwhelming,seeing all these wonderful people,taking the initiative because of their love of animals,is amazing
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http://www.cbc.ca/sudbury/media/audi...gman_jun21.wma

Here is the link.

It states that the OSPCA is monitoring the situation ???? What about helping ???
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TQ -It took about 45 minutes for me to hear the CBC broadcast with the stops and starts on dial-up .....All I managed to pick up from it regarding the OSPCA, is that they were "monitoring the situation which to me means they are doing ZILCH....I too, am monitoring the situation.

Did I miss something more concrete than that?
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I received another email from the UAN:

Dear Chris,

Thank you for the information and for the kind words. The Northern Ontario Animal Welfare Society emailed us about this situation on June 7, and because the situation falls outside of UAN’s expertise and program areas, it is not something that UAN can provide a deployment for in the same way that we could help the animal agency provide shelter for the seized sled dogs. We offered several other ways that we could assist NOAWS, and provided some other contacts and referrals. We haven’t heard any updates lately about the situation, so I’m glad you sent their website.


Thanks again for writing to UAN and for your involvement to help animals.

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TQ -It took about 45 minutes for me to hear the CBC broadcast with the stops and starts on dial-up .....All I managed to pick up from it regarding the OSPCA, is that they were "monitoring the situation which to me means they are doing ZILCH....I too, am monitoring the situation.

Did I miss something more concrete than that?
They know very well right now that if they were to take over this would hit the fan. They are late in reacting and there involvement at this point will be worse. I am certain that they have looked at all angles and know that if they were to step in at this point, they would be monitored greatly by organizations as to the outcome of each animal they have in their possession. If anything happened to even one animal, they would be exposed. Also, I think that they want to remove themselves because there is more poison to be found. If people are not involved with them, they can continue their crusade of neglect without answering to anyone. At this point I am certain that the worst thing for them is having more eyes to monitor their day to day business.

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I think your is worth a pretty penny BenMax

I just have to post one more pic....the girl off to the side of the pic is brave/silly going into the bush in flip-flops, but bless her for being there.

This is Lego getting his foot looked at

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This is Lego getting his foot looked at
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Damn it - BLESS THESE PEOPLE.

They are all heros in my eyes. Each of them!
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Damn it - BLESS THESE PEOPLE.

They are all heros in my eyes. Each of them!
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Tundra Qween, the link you provided doesn't seem to be working...or it just might be my computer. Just very interested in seeing what OSPCA is telling them....grr
Noah sorry about that,,,it was working for me last night.

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T-Q thank you!
I looked at all the 198 pics and I am sitting here crying,hubby comes in,asks"Who died now"
I cry because seeing all these dogs is overwhelming,seeing all these wonderful people,taking the initiative because of their love of animals,is amazing
chico I'm sorry it made u cry, but I understand what u mean. It's very sad and at the same time it's nice to see how wonderful human beings can be to animals in need.

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It states that the OSPCA is monitoring the situation ???? What about helping ???
Thanks for the working link L4H. The OSPCA go in the bush? There are millions of mosquitoes and blackflies up there! You can see in one of those pics the person wearing a bug hat? Well that is so u don't lose your mind by the bugs! I have one too and a jacket when I use to work out in my gardens all the time and that was here in town,,never mind in the bush. OSPCA would never go up there during prime bug season! Hubs told me that lumberjacks working in the bush would go crazy from the bugs and have to be brought into the hospital. Lots of the moose and bears come out of the bush too and go into the river to get away from the bugs on really bad years.
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I just noticed that girl who is wearing sandals she obviously has never been in the bush. I hope her feet will be ok.
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Thanks for the working link L4H. The OSPCA go in the bush? There are millions of mosquitoes and blackflies up there! You can see in one of those pics the person wearing a bug hat? Well that is so u don't lose your mind by the bugs! I have one too and a jacket when I use to work out in my gardens all the time and that was here in town,,never mind in the bush. OSPCA would never go up there during prime bug season! Hubs told me that lumberjacks working in the bush would go crazy from the bugs and have to be brought into the hospital. Lots of the moose and bears come out of the bush too and go into the river to get away from the bugs on really bad years.
Do all those mosquitoes and blackflies go after dogs too? I know mosquitoes here used to get after a lovely , but thin skinned mare we had once, she would be trotting around the paddock to try and get away from them, and would canter to me if she saw me coming with Aerogard fly repellant for her. The Aussie bush flies can give dogs Hell too, and ponies. They get at the tips of the dogs ears and ponies will bite their legs raw unless you spray them.
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