Empty Cages Speaks Out for Cats Killed by Computer Glitch
Sunday, July 15, 2012

Dozens of rescue cats have been mistakenly killed because of a computer glitch, activists say. 

The so-called death-row database at the New York City Animal Care and Control shelter is failing felines, they claim, by neglecting to inform the centre when cats have been requested for adoption.

'They're using the animals as guinea pigs,' said P.J. McKosky, head of the Empty Cages Collective in Brooklyn.

'They're working out the kinks without a safety net, and that's resulted in deaths.'

Read the full article from the Daily Mail here.