While the person or persons behind the Facebook page recently set up to “expose” Olympic Animal Sanctuary remain in hiding, there is one person who is willing to put his name to some accusations:
Scotlund Haisley spoke with the Peninsula Daily News alleging that OAS is not a nice place for dogs. And he says his current group, Animal Rescue Corps in Washington D.C., has documentation to back that up – which he won’t be sharing:
Haisley refused to make available the group’s 79-page “cruelty report” upon which the allegations were based.
The allegations were submitted to the local police department last fall and a 6 week investigation was conducted. The police found no evidence of cruelty.
Another recent article features photos and observations from a reporter who visited OAS on short notice. The piece comes across to me like an honest take on the situation. There is no glossing over the less than ideal conditions at the sanctuary but no claims of abuse or neglect.
As far as I know, the anonymous FB page has failed to offer any new information which would provide context needed for understanding the photos posted on the page.