The slaughter related to failures of the new computer system continues.
Cham had the misfortune of landing on the kill list on the evening of July 14th – fortunately, he was claimed by a New Hope partner through the on-line reservation system.
Unfortunately, they killed him anyway on July 15 despite having a rescue that stepped forward for him.
Might as well come clean – and fix it. The secret’s out. If you watch the public kill lists updated nightly after about 5:30 on the NYCACC website you may see plain and public evidence of computer glitches – on 7/23 a dog named Sally was listed twice, and on the 22nd it was a dog named Sade. Sometimes this allows two different people or rescue groups to place holds on the same animal, causing further confusion.
Look, we know there’s a problem here. That’s pretty plain. I invite reps of NYCACC to comment: how (and when) will this be fixed?