Hypothetical Question for ya....
YOU have just been hired to run a shelter (Congrats!). It was a high-kill shelter before you arrived, mainly pitties and adult cats. The shelter is underfunded and there is a daily issue of where to keep all the animals(Congrats?).
Another non-profit organization supplies a large portion of your funding, but only on the condition that you do not kill any healthy animals.
On your first day, you find out that your shelter is killing animals because they have kennel cough or similar easily treatable ailments. Someone tells you, off the record, that it is a necessary evil because there isn't space, and if you blow the whistle on your own shelter, you will lose needed funding.
What do you do?
btw - Come back tomorrow, we'll be discussing this video...