JAMES LANDRETH my name is not Kat, it is Kim as your deceitful self knows and I NEVER GAVE YOU PERMISSION TO POST A PRIVATE EMAIL FROM ME!! How dare you exploit something written in private at a time when I did not know your criminal background or all the harm you inflicted on the wolfdogs at FMF? I am allowed to have my opinions but with all the facts now have since changed my stance.
Why in the world are you posting pics of animals with cancer?? Humans and dogs and cats ect die all the time with a form of cancer! Would you like for me to post a picture of my dogs or Mom that died from cancer? As if we 'just did not do enough to prevent cancer' which is a delusional stance. In fact as I remember when FMF first 'helped end the backyard breeding' in SC, you had a 'personal wolfdog' with a horrible tumored p***s that you did not have the money to euthanize him....a volunteer at FMF I believe helped him be painlessly euthanized with financial contributions. WHY is the fact that you were a major part of a nasty backyard breeding operation in SC not coming up in these conversations?? Have you 'forgotten' to let all your followers know this important 'animal loving' part of your past? Last I heard you are considering breeding Cheyenne and Rittles? As what? Rip off wolfdogs where their pups or grandpups are going to need a sanctuary to live out their days because they were improperly sold and not socialized? Many of these wolfdogs are not excepting of human contact because they NEVER received it in the first place, or the contact was abusive. Any animal rescuer knows this happens with all breeds of dogs. FMF did not raise these animals to be unsocialized...every single one is here because they lacked a safe place to live out their life. This number INCLUDES the 12 some 'wolfdogs' from your backyard breeding days...I was one of the few who physically saw the conditions of your breeding animals....living in 10x10 concrete enclosures paired up forced dog breeding/prostitution.....I know of an elder dog that lived in a barn with no sunlight day in and day out.
I am still there volunteering, loving and helping the wolfdogs that are products of your disrespectful and negligent days as a backyard breeder. And yes, dogs die of cancer all the time...as many people I know have. Overbreeding though? I happen to not contribute to that epidemic.