D.V.M. In a Humane Society
About twelve years ago when I was given an opportunity to work for the Animal Rescue League, I was somewhat reluctant to take a position with a humane organization. It had been my belief, undoubtedly shared by numerous veterinary students and others, that humane organizations were "crackpot" groups operated by unreasonably neurotic persons whose sole mission in life was that of making trouble. My ideas since then have of necessity been radically changed.