When Barbara Kay isn’t bashing rape victims and calling for the prosecution and humiliation of rape victims, she is drowning in her pool of pit bull hate. What has gotten her knickers in a bunch now? The fact that people are fighting for dogs rescued from a dog fighting operation in Tilbury Ontario to not be euthanized and people like Don Cherry, a famous Canadian hockey icon are stepping up and speaking out in support of saving these dogs.
It’s no secret that the Vick dogs are 47 fuzzy doses of reality that shatters the very foundation of the image of fighting dogs that BSL advocates like Kay and her minions desperately cling onto. Kay writes, “Pit bull activists can rant until the cows come home about them getting a bad rap, but genetics are what they are. And no amount of “rehabilitation” can rewire a dog’s brain. In 2015, 9 per cent of canine-related human deaths were by dogs rehomed by county operated shelters or rescues, most of them by pit bull type dogs. “, yet, the Vicktory dogs have proven Kay wrong, along with multitude of other dogs rescued from dog fighting operations. This is exactly why Kay and fellow BSL advocates want these dogs automatically euthanized because they know that these 21 dogs will prove them wrong again.
The reality is- not one single dog rescued from a fighting operation has killed or injured one single person and they can’t handle that nice dose of reality. BSL advocates have tried EVERYTHING to distort the truth about these dogs, even falsifying and out right lying about their “involvement” with the Victory Dogs. These 21 dogs, right along with the Vicktory dogs will always be in the public eye, which is fine because that means the truth will always be out there, proving people like Barbara Kay and her dwindling group of BSL advocates wrong.
These dogs, this mash up of breeds that make these controversial dogs are not like every other dog out there. These dogs, have the ability to over come hell. These dogs, thanks to their nature have the ability to rise above and be the direct opposite of what POS like Vicks bred them to be. These 21 dogs, the Vicktory dogs and the majority of these dogs sitting comfortably on couches, snoozing in back yards, walking with families, running with playmates and living life happily show the amazing potential and spirit to not just thrive but to better than just a label and this is exactly why people like Barbara Kay and the dwindling group of BSL advocates want them extinct.