Release Lennox the cat (A0924675) to rescue!
  • Petitioned Mario Merlino

This petition was delivered to:

New York City Department of Health, Assistant Commissioner
Mario Merlino
Director, Veterinary Public Health Services
Norma S. Torres
New York City Department of Health, Commissioner
Thomas Farley, M.D.
Executive Director, New York City Animal Care and Control
Julie Bank

Release Lennox the cat (A0924675) to rescue!

    1. John Sibley
    2. Petition by

      John Sibley

      Bronx, NY

Lennox the cat was turned into NYCACC with the accusation that he had "attacked" someone. For this he has been slated by the New York City Department of Health for death. While at NYCACC he has earned the highest behavioral rating and has shown no aggression. He deserves a chance and deserves to be released to a responsible rescue who will place him in an appropriate home.

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    • M. Katherine Medici MONTEBELLO, NY
      • over 2 years ago

      When we took in our stray cat, she was terrified, and went after the vet. He said she was feral and would never be a family pet. After a few weeks of patience & love she relaxed & trusted us and is now the BEST cat we have ever had! She craves human attention & affection!

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    • james masterson MECHANICVILLE, NY
      • over 2 years ago

      everyone deserve a second chance not death

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    • Jennifer Smith NEPTUNE, NJ
      • over 2 years ago

      Lennox is a perfectly adoptable animal! He deserves to live! Give him a second chance at life!

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    • Geri Fowler SILVER SPRINGS, FL
      • over 2 years ago

      Such an injustice

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    • Lauren Jones GOSHEN, NY
      • over 2 years ago

      I want Lennox to live - he deserves to live.

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