05 May '17, 2pm
Rachel Ray is not an animal advocate:
We get it, you love dogs and think more dog lovers will tune in to your programs if you make it known (believable because again, her marketing team made garbage bowls a thing). We even agree that no-kill shelters and adoption is a great way to help the dogs human continue to selfishly breed into this world. But to call your efforts “animal activism” is as far off as calling The Food Network an educational channel devoted to teaching people to cook (we all know it’s only competition shows now). Focusing only on the treatment of one species of animal, and pouring money into groups that do the same, doesn’t negate the millions of animals lost for the frivolous reasons you’ve wrongly deemed justified. Saying she is a pit bull advocate would have been more accurate.