It’s 10:33 A.M. and Metro Animal Services’ $60,000-per-year communications director just issued a press release.
For an event at 12:00 Noon.
That’s a 1.5 hour lead time. Meaning most television outlets would have to scramble to get there. You’d think someone getting paid so much – with so much experience – would be able to effectively work with the press to make things happen.
The presser is set to discuss “three extremely serious animal abuse and neglect cases in Louisville resulting in the death of numerous dogs.” But no mention of the animal abuse and neglect and killing of thousands of cats and dogs at LMAS facilities.
Show up if you so desire. LMAS, No Kill Louisville, Shelby County Humane Society and HSUS are all apparently involved.