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Sadly though, there was already no shortage of abandoned dogs waiting for adoption, and they failed to recruit any great number of new owners but, as you saw, and despite the project's official end, volunteer efforts continue While some cynics have indeed blamed the attendant publicity for advising people of the ideal place to rid themselves of unwanted animals, an entirely typical bunch of half-truths and distortions are being flung around at the moment Those associated with previous regimes are trying hard to evade blame for the state of the sites covered by Pompei's Superintendency; those who had identified themselves with the most obvious candidate once the Emergency Commissioner withdrew in July are still fighting their cause; Pompei's recent history has made it an ideal pawn for the battle the major sites are fighting to prevent their privatisation by a government with little choice but to reduce its public sector head count and expenditure no National Trust here - and not impossibly the poor woman who took up the poison chalice on an interim basis all of two months ago may even have a supporter or two out there!

I'd be wary of placing too much faith in anything that's been said, or will be said, semi-officially - and more dubious still of those who claim they can explain it Thanks, Peter. Like you said, I guess there are still volunteers there helping out?

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Funny because we wondered that some of the dogs had collars, where as some didn't? At the time, I'd thought the scheme was to do with distance adoption - wasn't till I got home and checked out the website I realised it was about actual adoption. Yes, thank you Peter for clarifying I knew when I posted my original link that it was from July but I had just recently found out about the dog rescue here in the States and that was the first link I found.

I initially started this thread to notify others who like me wondered about those dogs as they held up their cameras and captured their images - and still do every time they view their Italian vacation photos. State of emergency or not, and all politics aside, I'm glad the dog issue is being addressed. These wonderful, unconditionally loving creatures deserve more than being abandoned and neglected. The newspaper haven't as yet posted the original article online, only their editorial about it Can't imagine - being neither funny nor appalling - the news being of any interest to the English-language press, however the kennels do get the briefest of mentions here This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity.

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