I find it hypocritical that the Boulder Valley Humane Society has a goal to SAVE animals while simultaneously SERVING dead animals at it’s annual fundraiser. The director of the BVHS states that that the organization saves 9,000 animals each year. While this is a wonderful achievement, it takes less than 100 similarly “animal loving” people to be personally responsible for the needless deaths of 9,000 animals per year, as the average American eats 95 animals every year. BVHS could serve delicious vegan food at their fundraiser, Puttin on the Leash, but apparently the only animals they are interested in saving are dogs and cats. There is no ethical difference between a dog and a cat and a pig and a chicken and a bison. I would be curious to know how many animals were killed for the fundraising dinner to save animals.