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The dog screamed again.
Shaddox started yelling, telling Brown to stop. Brown kicked the collie into the garbage pit. That was just a hell of a way to die. No sympathy, no feeling, no nothing.
But heartless bastards is all they were. And these are federal employees.
This is what your government is doing to animals. He went on to a long career in wildlife law enforcement, and spent not a small part of it investigating his former employer.
Over the years, Animal Damage Control has been known by many names. At its founding, in , it was the Branch of Economic Ornithology.
In , the agency became a part of the U. Many of these animals are iconic in the American West and beloved by the public.
Several are listed as endangered or threatened under the Endangered Species Act. In , Wildlife Services killed wolves, 61, coyotes, 2, foxes, black bears, bobcats, five golden eagles, and three bald eagles. The agency also killed tens of thousands of beavers, squirrels, and prairie dogs. On some days, working in Montana, Niemeyer skinned ten coyotes an hour as helicopters hauled the heaped carcasses in from the backcountry.
The government sold the skins for revenue. Wildlife Services gunned down coyotes from airplanes and helicopters. Its trappers used poison baits, cyanide traps, leghold traps, and neck snares.
It contained abandoned dogs of various breeds. The pound officer removed a small collie from the truck, and Brown took it by the neck. The animal, docile and quiet, stared at its captors. The dog howled. It convulsed. It coughed blood.
It screamed in pain. The animals in the truck heard its wailing.
They beat against their cages and cried out. Amyl nitrite is an immediate antidote to cyanide poisoning. The collie heaved and wheezed. Brown then seized it and unleashed another M dose. The dog screamed again. Shaddox started yelling, telling Brown to stop. Brown kicked the collie into the garbage pit. That was just a hell of a way to die. No sympathy, no feeling, no nothing.
But heartless bastards is all they were. And these are federal employees. This is what your government is doing to animals.