Free Buster Immediatly
  • Petitioned Norfolk & Suffolk Police Service; South East Suffolk Magistrates Court

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Norfolk & Suffolk Police Service; South East Suffolk Magistrates Court

Free Buster Immediatly

    1. Mark Shirley
    2. Petition by

      Mark Shirley

      Suffolk, United Kingdom

Buster is an 11 Year Old Pit Bull, who has been in kennels since June 2012, On September 26th 2012 Buster was given a Contingent Destruction Order (Or Exempted).

Due to the failure by police and courts to supply the correct paperwork (They issued it once, missing all its vital information and was rejected by DEFRA) Buster is STILL IN KENNELS almost a month after his exemption, its not fair on him or us his owner, We want him home now!

 

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    1. Reached 1,500 signatures
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      Mark Shirley
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      12 Pages, Printed & Sent To Recipents, Keep Signing Folks, Ill do this every day

    3. Reached 250 signatures

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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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    • susan Lane TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA
      • about 1 year ago

      send Buster home to his family where he belongs

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    • adam lawrence LEIGH, UNITED KINGDOM
      • over 1 year ago

      i can't believe this is going its shocking i hope buster is allowed to return home soon

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    • Lorraine Phillips LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • almost 2 years ago

      My heart goes out to you! My Freddie Barley has been held in Police Kennels since 30th.September and it's so heartbreaking! Buster should be allowed home immediately!!

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    • carrie oyster BUTLER, OH
      • almost 2 years ago

      Because i have a bully and she would never hurt anyone..maybe other animals but never a human..stop the insanity!!

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