Dogs, Cats, and Scapegoats
The documentary Dogs, Cats, and Scapegoats takes a closer look at the multifactorial causes of companion animal homelessness, many of which have become obscured amid the race to adopt and shelter these animals. From shelters to pets in homes, the sociological underpinnings of welfare issues present a unique challenge to the public. Beyond the statistics of euthanasia and adoption, society’s complex and sometimes conflicted relationship with animals is explored to better understand why the cycle of breeding to relinquishment remains entrenched in American society.
In this show, documentarian Hugh Dorigo and I have a conversation about the ever so complex relationship Americans have with their animals. It’s a show that makes you think deeply about animal welfare and what is the answer to preventing animals from becoming scapegoats.
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