Justice for TIGER the Boxer-Mix viciously beaten by owner
  • Petitioned John E. Murphy, First Assistant U.S. Attorney

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John E. Murphy, First Assistant U.S. Attorney
Texas Governor
Texas State Senate
Texas State House

Justice for TIGER the Boxer-Mix viciously beaten by owner

    1. helen feliciano
    2. Petition by

      helen feliciano

      san antonio, TX

Animal cruelty is a serious problem. The lack of care for animal welfare in San Antonio is overwhelming. This type of situation should not be taken lightly. We need to set an example of Tiger and set forth harsher penalties for animal cruelty acts.

This dog was allegedly chewing on headphones and his owner then proceeded to "discipline" him. Dogs do these things out of boredom or lack of training. Either way, beating an animal with an object as a result is not acceptable especially when the offender's life had not been threatened. HE DESERVES TO ROT IN JAIL.

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    • Meryl Pinque BANGOR, UNITED STATES
      • about 1 year ago

      Animals are sentient beings.

      Stop exploitation: go vegan.

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    • Josee Cloutier OKA QUEBEC, CANADA
      • over 1 year ago

      its not only takes a coward to abuse and torture a denfesless animal but you have to be mentally sick , like this idiot who is a threat to other living cretures like anmimals and us . Punish him severly .

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    • Sarah hughes BRIARCLIFF, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      Animal creulty must be punishable with a long jail time sentence. It must not be tolerated!!

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    • Edward V. Mase EAST HAVEN, CT
      • over 1 year ago

      No person or animal should be beaten. Stop hurting others.

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    • Patricia Spanjer LA QUINTA, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      This CANNOT be tolerated, this is cruel & EVIL. This man should ROT IN JAIL!!! Stop him NOW!!

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