HOUSTON – “Every day that you wake up you’ll never save all the dogs, it’s impossible. But what you can do that day is make sure your job saves more dogs the next day,” said Tom.
Tom says he’s not looking for publicity, so he refused to give us his last name.
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He’s from the UK and says he uses his military background as an army photographer to travel the world and document animal abuse and overpopulation of stray animals.
“It is a well-known fact that the majority of mass murderers start with animal abuse,” Tom said. “Domestic abusers start with animal abuse or use animal abuse as part of their domestic violence. “
The organization of Tom’s Breaking the Chains is working on the documentary. He says he is shocked by what he documented in the town of Bayou.
“It’s like a third world country, areas where animals are abused and neglected. There it’s no secret it’s the third world, “said Tom.” So when people say things about afghanistan, iraq and countries like that, and they sit there this place is horrible in Texas and Houston, you don’t have to go far to see exactly the same situation. “
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Tom has dated various rescue groups who regularly feed and rescue stray puppies.
He says elected officials need to step up and change the laws, instead of letting relief groups tackle this overwhelming problem.
“They take charge of the emotion and tension of criminals, that’s the only way to explain it. You have criminals all over the country breaking laws, mistreating animals, neglecting animals, and these are the good people, good citizens, who are under this pressure, “said Tom.” The government is not and it needs to be. “