Deoliveira says she had a similar experience to Tim Quinn’s. She says in the fall of 2011, she took a friend interested in fostering a pit bull to BARCS for a visit. He picked a few he liked, and when Deoliveira left for an appointment, he was at the front desk filling out foster forms. Later, he texted her saying he had not been allowed to take any dogs home, and neither he nor Deoliveira were given a clear reason, she says. So she posted on the internal Facebook page asking for clarification of foster policy. She says her post was deleted, so she posted it again. Deleted. She posted a third time, and got kicked off the page. She says she received an e-mail from the volunteer coordinator asking her to come in for a one-on-one meeting to discuss what she had posted; she says she suspected, based on what had happened to others, that she would be asked to leave, and elected not to go in. She says a staff member called her to confirm her suspicions. Another former volunteer, Dana Cubbage, says she was kicked off the Facebook page for chiming in on the conversation; she received an e-mail from Miletti saying she couldn’t volunteer until she had a one-on-one meeting with him. She has since moved to Charleston, S.C.