To Whom This May Concern: Thank you for this opportunity and taking the time to read my resume. I would like to start out first, by briefly telling you about myself. I am a self-starter, organized, enthusiastic and a very goal and detail oriented person with the ability to multitask. I consider myself energetic, friendly, and outgoing. My objective is to excel in a long-term, permanent, and competitive environment to use my skills and experiences to accomplish your organizational goals. I am a hard worker and dependable; thoroughgoing in work; customer service oriented and effective in people communication. I am always working to learn new things, as I am a very fast learner. If I do not know it, I want to learn it. I am strongly looking for a long term, part to full time position. I am very confident that I could fill your open position with great accuracy. I have enclosed my resume and should you need any further information, please feel free to call me at (414) 303-2373 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank You. Akeem Shaw
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I went there looking for my missing cat, everyone there was very sympethic and helpful. They are doing an amazing job with the enourmous amounts of animals they have. I personally saw cats in small cages, and a room full of sick ones. I don't think we can blame Madacc for this, this is because we have an overpopulation of unwanted animals. If I ever had to surrender one of mine I would not take them there because of the 7 day limit, no animal should die because they are homeless, but Madacc does work with other organizations to adopt them out. Also, Madacc is trying to prevent pet overpopulation by offering low cost spay and neutering services. I don't think it is easy for the employees to have to euthianize animals that they too have become attached to. I honestly feel they are doing the best job they can under such heart breaking circumstances. I think we need more responsible pet owners that get their animals fixed, then less would end up at Madacc where difficult decisions need to be made.
Madacc deals with animals to the best of its abilities. It has a 7 day holding period for strays and then they are evaluated for temperment (that is one of the longest holding periods in the COUNTRY). That is when they decide to whether put the dog down because it is unadoptable or to hold it. If deemed adoptable, the humane society can recieve dogs from there or they are held in MADACC. They have a facebook page with dogs up for adoption and fostering. This info can also be accessed at Petharbor.com I feel that MADACC does its best with what little resources it has. It isn't as friendly as WHS but that is because of lack of funding and the sheer amount of animals they have taken in. MADACC also offers reduced price vaccinations, microchipping and spay/neutering. Overall, this is where people should be getting their animals from. We just adopted a lab/pit mix from MADACC and things have been great! :)