TKC EXCLUSIVE AND BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY QUESTION 3 SUPPORTER: DON'T LET INNER CITY GO TO THE DOGS!!!
Check this response to recent criticism of Kansas City Question 3 amid overall GO Bond frustration throughout many local neighborhoods and a MASSIVE surrender of local critters to a local animal shelter today . . .
"I don't understand people criticizing Question 3 because they think the facilities will be "too nice" for the animals. First of all, we should always strive to behave and act humanely toward our pets. Secondly, the critics don't seem to realize that the shelter will benefit the community overall. Dogs are often illegally dumped in our 3rd District and this shelter will help address that problem. More than any of the other issues on the ballot, Question 3 helps establish a real resource for our community and will improve blight and one of many dangerous circumstances on our streets. I have my problems with the other 2 questions but building a facility to help deal with all of these stray dogs running around is in the best interest of the 3rd District."
Real talk, while we appreciate the note one campaign strategy imperative is clear to other otherwise insulated echo chamber of Kansas City doggie advocates . . .
QUESTION 3 ANIMAL LOVERS MUST GET OUT OF THEIR COMFORT ZONE & CONVINCE THE URBAN CORE ABOUT COMMUNITY BENEFITS OF A NEW ANIMAL SHELTER IF THEY WANT VOTES!!!
This April 4th ballot issue is the ONLY item that has real grass roots support and it's not impossible to make a worthwhile argument int it's favor to inner city residents . . . But it will require a real conversation betwixt animal lovers and urban core denizens in order to sell the idea that helps both people and pets.
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