This week the HSUS's annual Animal Care Expo is going on in Las Vegas. This is the event where the organization promised to bring together a group of "major stakeholders" who "deal with pit bulls" to discuss what to do with dogs confiscated from dog-fighting busts.
I'm guessing that's the part of the program called "Animal Fighting: Progress, Trends, and Where We Go from Here."
No one has ever come out with a list of who these "major stakeholders" who "deal with" pit bulls are, but I know that Bad Rap is going, according to the blog post Donna put up yesterday. And Best Friends has planned to be there all along. In February it announced a "policy summit" that would take place on Las Vegas at the expo.
But that's about all I can find on the topic while searching the web . . . I really do wish I knew more about what, exactly, the HSUS is planning to discuss, who it's discussing it with, and what the agenda looks like.
What I wouldn't do to be a fly on the wall at that meeting. A gadfly, maybe.