These are quotes from a woman who is angry that a rabbit rescue posted photos of her friend's rabbitry.
She is a member or president or founding mother of an organization that wants to protect rabbit breeders who have been accused of stuff. Seriously, it says that in their profile.
But I am not going to give their name out, because I don't think they deserve any more web traffic. It's how I roll. If you have mad google-fu prowess, you'll figure it out.
What I want you to think about, though, is how you would react to a public relations issue as president or representative of your organization, be it non-profit or for-profit. Think hard. Are these things you would say to your supporters? The media? Your board? Your top donors?
To me, these quotes are great examples of how not to react to any perceived or actual crisis situation. Take heed and learn!
What not to do: Insult your entire audience.
What not to do: Ruin your position by calling your opponents names.
If you are in the neighborhood on February 19, which is a Saturday, the adoptathon will be at the REDACTED. Those so inclined please drop in and steer any good hearted person away from making a serious