Some of the Vick-era buildings have been kept in place, including the building where the dogs were forced to fight. Pieces of flooring in that building have been cut away, taken by law enforcement to be used as evidence. Paul says it's when he saw those cut-out pieces, and realized that the evidence being taken away was spilled blood, that "it really hit me," what happened to the dogs — to his dog — in this place.
"It chills you to the bone," Paul says.
Melissa wants to see Vick's induction into the Virginia Tech Hall of Fame canceled, but she feels sadly confident that "it's not going to happen."
She's not going to stop protesting or stop telling people about what Vick did to her dog, and to all those dogs — the ones who were rescued, and loved and the ones who didn't make it. "I feel like it's my job," she says.