Our expert says:
I, too, am a sucker for animals in distress - but your employer is fully entitled, legally and ethically, to expect you to do everything expected of you at work. That's what you get paid for. Either do your animal rescue work in your own spare time ( maybe more expertly than you do now, by volunteering to work specific times with an animal shelter or similar charity ) or full-time work with a vet, SPCA, or suchlike.
Whether your boss chooses to give to charities, either money or help, (a) is none of your business, and (b) is probably something you actually know nothing about as he probably does whatever he might be doing, in his own time, exactly as you should.
Yes, indeed, by spendin an hour of your working day he had paid for, to rescue that particular dog, you forced him to pay for the rescue, which isn't ethical
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