This woman certainly doesn’t seem to have an axe to grind and wrote an incredibly kind piece about New York City Animal Care and Control. After she attended an info session, paid $25, went to an orientation, completed four on-line classes, and completed an in-shelter tutorial, she was finally allowed to assume the incredibly difficult task of walking a shelter dog. What, no cavity search and tax audit?
NYCACC regularly acknowledges that they need volunteers and fosters. If that’s the case, why try so hard to drive them away? Walking a dog or socializing a cat isn’t rocket science.