...The Michael Vick case. Did any of you watch it? I did, and thought it was a very good program. It is very nice to know that out of 49 dogs seized, only 2 had to be euthanized. One for aggression issues, and one for medical reasons. The rest have been adopted out to caring homes. One is even a therapy dog now. I think the show did a good job of dispelling a lot of the myths surrounding pitbulls...even those that have been involved in fights. It just sucks when dogs are abused the way they are, then just euthanized because nobody is willing to go to bat for them. A real lose-lose proposition. Alot of shelters still won't take in pits, let alone adopt them out, and they just get euthanized basically for their looks and inflamed reputation. I think they at least deserve a chance to be evaluated, and a chance to live just like any other dog. I'm not an HSUS fan, and PETA is the bottom of the barrel. If PETA had their way, we wouldn't even be allowed to have pets. I am, however, glad these dogs got a second lot on life. Despite their mistreatment, then subsequent months of isolation in animal shelters, these dogs still wanted nothing other than to make someone happy...to be loved. A pitbull's jaws are not (in my opinion) their trademark, but their desire to please people is. Anyways, this was a good show. It was on Animal Planet Sunday night. I missed it, but caught the rerun. If you get the chance to watch it, I highly suggest it. It was the first in a new series called Animal Witness.