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The details of euthanasia are hard to read but understanding the process is the first step to improving it nationwide. As you can imagine, gassed animals claw, cough, fight with one another, choke and struggle, sometimes for 1/2 hour or more until they become unconscious.
Gas chambers are a cruel and outdated method of euthanasia of animals. Lethal injection is a much more humane, less expensive
Luckily, Florida is one of the twelve states that have banned the antiquated chambers into which homeless animals are herded and asphyxiated with lethal gas. Six more states are currently considering legislation pending to ban the chambers. Sadly, that still leaves 32 states using hundreds of the chambers.
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