Changes Needed for National Animal Protect
Humane Education in Our Nation’s Schools
Spring, Arizona, March 17, 2005 –
Corporate corruption has reached
nearly every part of our nation’s social programs; including the way in
which we treat our pets on a daily basis. 21st Century Animal Resource
and Education Services (21st Century Cares) is a nonprofit organization
intent on bringing this corruption to light so the focus on animal
rights goes to where it belongs – the education of our youth. The
organization is currently seeking media help in bringing their message
to the nation
Every year 8 million unwanted pets are put to death
even as other litters are being born. The pounds and shelters continue
to ask for money to solve the problem, yet no real progress is being
made in that direction. For a majority of these agencies, 90 ¢ on every
$1 that comes in is spent on administration costs. Are they truly
attempting to solve the problem of pet overpopulation? One has to wonder
if the solution is being ignored so the money can continue rolling in
from generous benefactors.
Randy Warner, President of 21st Century Cares, says the only real solution is to educate our children for the future.
Conscience has proven a much greater tool that consequence.
a child has been educated in the humane treatment of animals, he not
only treats his pets better, but his grades improve and his attitude
toward other humans also reflects that teaching. The current attitude
toward killing unwanted pets simply reinforces the violence and death
value this society appears to be developing. It also guarantees that the
corporate corruption that has invaded the animal rights movement will
continue to take root and grow. Only by educating our future leaders can
we undo some of the damage being done by our present leaders.
Century Cares is currently looking for opportunities for interviews in
all forms of mass media. It is essential that society take
responsibility for this issue and learn how to resolve it. You may
contact Randy Warner at
Century Animal Resource and Education Services is a 501(c) (3)
nonprofit organization. Its mission is to educate children and youth in
the care and treatment of animals so the future for our four legged
friends is brighter than their present. Its focus is on the problem of
overpopulation as well as abuse.