Longer jail time and stiffer sentences for animal abuse offenders
  • Petitioned Premier of BC Christy Clark

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Office of the Premier
Premier of BC Christy Clark
BC SPCA Vancouver
BC SPCA
Minister of Justice
The Honourable Rob Nicholson

Longer jail time and stiffer sentences for animal abuse offenders

    1. Lisa Sitybell-Ryan
    2. Petition by

      Lisa Sitybell-Ryan

      St Albert, Canada

There are more instances occurring in spite of the recent changes to animal cruelty laws, the recent attack on an ex police dog that was abused and abandoned in a Kitsilano dumpster in Vancouver is a prime example. I am asking that there be justice for these forgotten members of our society.The thrown away and neglected, the unloved and abused..Convincing and personal letters are more likely to bring about change. You could answer the question "Why do animals matter to you?", include an example of an animal cruelty case in Canada that went unpunished or just reword and reorganize the template we've prepared for you.

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    • Juliana Mahan GRANBURY, TX
      • almost 2 years ago

      Because it is totally sensless.

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    • Donna Shaw RANSON, WV
      • almost 2 years ago

      We MUST speak up for those that can't!

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    • Vaughan Harran SPRINGS, SOUTH AFRICA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Animals have rights too!

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    • sherri crochet WASILLA, AK
      • almost 2 years ago

      i own one and always have and it is cruel and uncalled for just because people don't know the breed don't mean kill it for than we would end up having race issues as well

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    • Edward V. Mase EAST HAVEN, CT
      • almost 2 years ago

      It's important to me because severe punishment is long overdue to those who haven't yet learned that hurting animals is equal to hurting humans.

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