1. D_Hairy Truman

    D_Hairy Truman New Member

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    i work at an animal care facility. some animals came in and were not being cared for properly. upsetting the majority of the staff months on end i had to hear about it. one day one of the animals died. treated properly, but still died. who knows if the living conditions caused it, but it certainly had to exacerbate it. i always believed in health prevention. so call me a whistleblower. now there is an investigation going on. only a couple of other people that i confided in know about it, because it took the agency so long to do something i thought the issue was passed. they are interviewing all the employees. should i tell the truth or lie if asked about these animals knowing that maybe the other employees may have said my name?
     
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  2. EllieP

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    Tell the truth. Even white lies take on a life of their own, and it never ends well. The truth may not end well, either, so be warned.

    Sometimes you're caught between telling the lie they want to hear or the truth they're trying to avoid. Choose wisely.
     
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    I don't see the problem. The condition the animal came in is documented and his "proper" care was also documented, where is the issue?
     
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    Tell the truth...always... just the facts and only what you know... not what you THINK....
     
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