Do you have any items you would donate to help raise funds to defray the legal costs of getting Brindi released from the SPCA in Nova Scotia? She was seized by authorities and impounded in July 2008. The By-Laws in Nova Scotia give the authorities total control: they can seize your dog and sell or euthanize it as they see fit… unless you sue the city. Which Brindi’s mom has been doing since last year.
In January, 2009, a judge quashed the seizure and euthanasia ruling, however the SPCA refuses to release Brindi. People and organizations worldwide have stepped up to add their voices — including Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and PETA, as well as shelters, dog behavior experts, dog trainers, vets, neighbors, local business people.
Perhaps you could donate an item to be auctioned. Proceeds would go towards the legal fees as Brindi’s mom, Francesca, continues her fight to have Brindi released.
You can read more about Brindi on her blog.