Stop the use of gas chambers to destroy innocent animals.
  • Petitioned Ban Gas Chamber in Shelters in Ohio

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Ban Gas Chamber in Shelters in Ohio

Stop the use of gas chambers to destroy innocent animals.

    1. nelly vance
    2. Petition by

      nelly vance

      Oklahoma City, OK

Stop the use of carbon monoxide chambers to destroy unwanted animals, a method of euthanasia that can take 20 minutes or more and is inhumane. Although rare, some animals can survive the gas chamber and are made to suffer through another painful gassing. Many innocent animals die in this horrific treatment, they have no voice. Let's be their voice.

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    • bonnie mceachern COLLINGWOOD. ONTARIO, CANADA
      • about 2 years ago

      animals give us unconditional love. they dont care where we came from, how much we have, what bad deeds we have done in our lives. they dont pass judgement on you for your sins. all they ask is for love. is this such a hard thing to do. wake up people and stop this inhumane behavior

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    • Pamela Click CUBA, MO
      • about 2 years ago

      PLEASE!!!! Please, stop this. It is so cruel and inhumane. There are more humane ways to do this, if they have to die, they are innocent animals that do not deserve to die this way! This is not euthanasia, this is the cruelest form of murder!

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    • Jacki Marr HOUSTON, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      We don't do this to criminals. How can you justify it's use on innocent animals. Perhaps it should be used on you.

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    • Melissa Genson PARK RIDGE, IL
      • about 2 years ago

      I worked at an animal shelter and have seen the faces of animals that need our help!

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    • Julie Cook ALLIANCE, OH
      • over 2 years ago

      because this is inhumane!

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